Brave New Welcome
Woodrow, Nina (2014) Brave New Welcome. [Film/Video]
Brave New Welcome is the title of a short film, and a project, which was driven by a diverse group of young people who engaged with arts practices such as playback theatre, visual and media arts, and who worked with a range of professionals to develop their own response to the issue of how young people from refugee backgrounds are welcomed in Brisbane.
Film Description on Vimeo:
In January 2014, at a time when Australia is full of messages of ‘unwelcome’, a group of 20 young people from diverse backgrounds came together in Brisbane. We asked, ‘What does it take to make friends with people who are really different from ourselves?’ We told stories using music, playback theatre and community café dialogue. Our experience was so awesome we decided to give others a taste. So, three months later, we brought over 80 young people together in a forum to meet each other and tell stories in creative and interesting ways. We shared our ideas, asked big questions, and challenged others in our community. What can you do to create a Brave New Welcome?
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|Item Type:||Creative Work (Film/Video)|
|Additional Information:||This short film and the associated online content are the tangible outcomes of fieldwork undertaken by Nina Woodrow a PhD Candidate at Queensland University of Technology, Creative Industries Faculty. It was generated via a program of participatory action research, using media arts practice with young people diverse cultural backgrounds. It is being used as community education and advocacy resources by industry partners involved in this research.|
|Funders:||Mercy Community Services, QUT|
|Keywords:||participatory media, refugee, youth, intercultural dialogue, participatory action research, socially engaged arts|
|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
Past > Schools > School of Media, Entertainment & Creative Arts
|Deposited On:||27 Mar 2015 02:23|
|Last Modified:||30 Mar 2015 02:29|
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