Talking Difference studio
Image: Tatiana Mauri
Source: Museum Victoria
The Schools program promotes dialogue amongst students about race based discrimination and the impact this may have on both the school and broader community. Students will be provided an opportunity to understand and reflect on different perspectives of identity and diversity by creating and sharing content using the Portable Studio platform.
The studio will tour schools in Brimbank, Casey, Melton and Hume in 2013-2015.
First School Placement!
Essendon Keilor Secondary College is the first school to participate in the project. Students met with Transmedia academic Emma Beddows and artistic fellow, Christie Widiarto. Students will take part in a number of workshops, producing an installation around the themes of diversity and race based discrimination. The portable studio begins its residency at the school on Monday, 20 May.