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Participants explored dreams and memories through storytelling and creative activities.
This included stories of migration and settling in the area, lullabies, songs, fairy tales and myths about the night originating from different cultures. Participants each made paper lanterns depicting their stories.
Partner organisation: Asian Women at Work.Artist: My Le Thi.
Local Spanish-speaking seniors were invited to a song writing workshop series designed to explore themes focused on memories, dreams, the night sky and stories of migration.
A final performance was showcased at the Arts Centre as part of the Intergenerate Project Launch.
Partner organisation: South Western Sydney Local Health District Health Promotion ServiceArtist: Carmen Alicia Cordon Hernandez.
Arts and Storytelling workshop with elders from Arabic speaking background in collaboration with Arab Council Australia. Facilitated by artist Nicole Barakat.
Participants explored ideas around the night, dreams and memories through storytelling and creative activities, including:
Participants were asked to bring photographs, objects or stories that related to their memories of the night to facilitate the storytelling process.
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