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30th April 2014 Sara Lock

Using cultural activities to engage children and young people during school holidays

By: Arts Queensland


This Australian case study outlines a school holiday arts and cultural programme providing sustained delivery of creative opportunities for children and young people in remote Indigenous communities.

Culture Love uses participants’ positive attitude to the arts to provide a stable platform for the maintenance and transmission of cultural knowledge across age groups and to promote Indigenous contemporary perspectives through new media. The workshops have produced resources that record communities’ traditional and contemporary knowledge through their voice and across generations using various art forms and digital technology.

Published:2014

Smart tags: young people visual arts families family friendly community engagement arts

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