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A Yarn within a Yarn within a Yarn, to create original stories with the help of technology
A. Professor Wayne Quilliam
A yarn with A. Professor Wayne Quilliam on storytelling using technology
Once Upon a Doodle: Stories from Pictures
A session for ages 9+ to inspire a creative and playful approach to visual storytelling.
Hit record with confidence; a step by step guide to digital storytelling
Hit record with confidence - six steps to great videography for school or work!
Make a Book with Alison Lester
Alison Lester AM
A step by step process of making a picture book from an initial idea to the finished illustration.
Art, nature, recycling and boomerangs
A hands on creative art workshop with dynamic artist, educator, author and performer Gregg Dreise!
Primary learners 7-12
First Nations History and Culture in your classrooms
Specialist educator, Shelley Ware, walks you through how to embed First Nations History and culture into your classroom.
Primary school teachers
Comic basics with Bob and the Box
Join Declan and Bob on a journey to learn the basics on how to make a comic book page.
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