In our recent Sense – Place – Stories workshop
participants created animations to a dreamtime story told by local Elder Larry Blight.
Here is a little teaser of part of the story animated by Willem and Carl.
The full story is still being edited.
The next workshop will be with the students from Spencer Park Primary in December.
We look forward to sharing their fantastic animations with you.
Sense – Place – Stories is a collaborative project.
Proudly sponsored by
and supported by
Green Skills has been offering a range of free community art workshops
in October and November 2013
as part of a Community Art Network
and Shire of Denmark supported eco-art program.
The Gondwana Panorama project includes
Landscape Photography & Video Workshops & Excursions
The program has allow participants to develop their landscape photography or
video making skills in support of the Gondwana Link landscape conservation vision.
The tutors will be Ian Bradshaw and Graham Bishop. The workshops will be held as follows:
· Denmark – Workshops & Excursion – 9.15am – 4.30pm Sunday 10 November 2013
· Porongurups – Workshops & Excursion -9.15 am – 4.30pm Sunday 24 November 2013
Selected photos and short video interview clips from these excursions will form part of exhibitions in Albany and Denmark in early 2014.
Designed for photographers and digital artists wanting to extend their skills into landscape formats.
These will be free but registration is essential.
People ring Basil Schur at Green Skills Denmark on 98483310 | 0429481019 or
email email@example.com to register and for more details.
The south coast eco- art program has been made possible through financial support by Community Arts Network (WA), the Green Skills sustainability fund, and the Shire of Denmark. Community Arts Network WA manages the Catalyst Community Arts fund on behalf of the State of Western Australia through the Department of Culture and the Arts and is supported by the Mental Health Commission WA.: This project is also supported through the City of Albany’s Vancouver Art Centre, Shire of Denmark’s Cultural Development Fund, the WA Museum- Albany, Gondwana Link Ltd, and Green Skills Sustainability Fund.
Sense – Place – Stories
Be apart of the creation of animations of Local Noongar Dreamtime Stories
shared by Local Elder Larry Blight.
Learn how to story board your ideas, collaborate with others and
create animations to the stories shared.
Sessions mentored by Peter Pritchard and Dempsey Augustson.
When: 12-3pm over 2 days
This Saturday and Sunday Nov 2nd and 3rd
Where: Co-op room WA Museum Albany
Ages ; 9-13yrs
Want to get some ideas early? Click here
Sense – Place – Stores is a collaborative project.
Proudly sponsored by
and supported by
The Team at GSFI are very excitied to announce the Winners of the inaugural
Youth Film Festival Competition
Congratulations to everyone who entered!
What an fantastic array of talent, creativity and ideas exploring the theme of ‘home’!
…And now for the winners…
By Dempsey Auguston
By Finn Williamson
Many thanks to our Panel of Judges who were given that hard task of deciding the winners! Scores were extremely close!
Marksman Lloyd | Andrew Collins | Kerry Shaw
And, of course, many thanks to Mark for his Poetry performances throughout the evening…simply awesome!
What a great night?
Enormous thanks to all who took part in what we hope to be the first of many more Risky Shorts into the future.
To the participants, organisers, audience, friends and families of… thank you.
Without your support for such events and projects, quite simply…they would not happen.
We look forward to your continued support for Risky Shorts 2014!
Special thanks to….
Our sincere and overwhelming heartfelt thanks to the amazing Kerry Shaw for her incredible efforts in putting this event together.
An enormous task with a little budget…what a success! Thanks Kerry!!!
GSFI would also like to thank the team at AYSA for the opportunity to collaborate with us to deliver this great event to the young people in of Albany.
It has proven a fantastic starting point and conversations are already under way on how we can make Risky Shorts bigger and better!
We would also like to thank Stan Shaw from Open Access Youth Arts studio
in providing the mentoring and technical support for many participants for their entries …Thanks Stan!
And finally, we would like to again thank Verve Energy for their sponsorship support for the
inaugural Risky Shorts.
If you would like to provide any feedback, suggestions or get involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Film Festival
Homeless Person’s Week
Saturday 10th August
Albany Town Hall
There has been such a fantastic response from young people in the region with an amazing 14 entries eligible for screening.
Check out the line up of films to be screened!
Tickets only available till 5pm today at Paperbark Merchants
U18’s- Seniors $7 | over 18’s $10
Door sales will be available on the night at full price
U18’s – Seniors $10 | over 18’s $15
Doors open 6.30pm
Youth Film Festival
There is a buzz in the Great Southern Region of WA as young people prepare for what is set to be the biggest youth event this year.
The buzz is all about the Risky Shorts youth film festival, an Albany Youth Support Association and SCOPE youth film + media collaboration.
Already, five young people in the Great Southern have been successful in securing small grants from SCOPE to help make their short films.
These grants are now closed, however we are now calling on all creative young people in the Great Southern to submit a short film.
Submissions are open now!
POETRY KLIPS is on…
Sorry this is only for people of the most sensible ages – between 13 & 17!
With the support of Hip Hop artist Marksman, visual artist Mic O’Doherty and film producer Stan Shaw…
put your creativity to writing a poem then designing a film clip to go with it.
Call 0428 434 327 or email Jo at email@example.com if you’re interested in participating!
Risky Shorts Youth Film Festival
SCOPE Youth film + media workshops
Small Grant Applications
Albany Youth Support Association (AYSA) in collaboration with SCOPE film + media workshops have joined forces to bring a unique and exciting event to the Great Southern…
it’s the Risky Shorts Youth Film Festival.
Risky Shorts is a short film festival for young people 12-25yrs across the Great Southern.
To help set their film ideas in motion, young filmmakers are invited to apply for one of five small grants of $200.00 each to assist them with some of the costs of making a short film.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Film making workshop + event
To celebrate National Youth Week in 2013
youth organisation’s in Albany and the Great Southern have joined forces to bring to you
Albany’s Amazing Race…
but if your not really the racing kind…
you can still be part of the celebrations by taking part in
Behind the Scenes
SCOPE style… come and film the Amazing Race event!
Your footage will then feature in a short film, documenting the Amazing Race event.
An intro to documentary film making workshop will be held on Tue 9th April
at the Museum of Western Australia,
Albany 3.30pm – 5pm
Race day film crew (that’s you) will meet at: 8.30am,
Saturday 13th April at the grassy knoll (in between the library and town hall)
to start filming all the craziness of Albany’s Amazing Race.
We can’t wait!
For more details: 0405 909 439
To register: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ho do you see your world?
Say it…..then show it….
Animating words into film
October School Holidays @ Open Access Youth Arts Studio
344 Middleton Loop
$25 inclusive equipment
BYO lunch, thumb drive and external hard drive.
Contact booKmarK for more info on
0428 434 327 or email Jo at email@example.com
Proudly supported by
booKmark | Creative Albany | City of Albany | Healthway | Headpace | Young House | GSFI