This art-reach experience brought together U3A Mornington seniors, primary school children and Dr Geraldine Burke from Monash University, Peninsula campus who undertook a two-day art, community and environment experience. Together participants shared their intergenerational stories about plastic and waste while upcycling their everyday waste into individual/shared artworks. Together they explored the ways that plastic, everyday waste, wildlife and sea come together as an environmental concern in our region and how creative action can build positive awareness through art. Participants wrote combined reflections and explored arising questions about their artworks and waste concerns that were shared with other seniors, and children and pre-service teachers from Monash University through an Art Community and Environment e-posters and video.
|Short title||Our Waste, Our Place, Our Actions|
|Effective start/end date||13/06/19 → 17/12/19|
- teacher education