Adam McPhilbin is one of CuriousWorks’ talented screen content creators. As a teen, he was part of the “A Team” at Miller Technology High School – a media production team of young people – where he built skills in camera, editing and directing. During high school he was also getting involved in community media projects with CuriousWorks. Since graduating in 2015, Adam has been an incredible source of high quality, hard work and has been a peer-mentor on the ReFILL Program. In 2019, he captured chapters from ReFILL in Workshops, at the WOW Festival, when Junglefy visited the school and On excurison to AFTRS.
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Enjoy this wrap of the year!
Young people worked over a session thinking of ways the Welcome Wall could represent the school community, the Cabrogal totem – the Goanna and the creativity of young people! As a school team we are working towards sharing a plan with the Principal for a whole of school process to transform the welcome to the school and to highlight our natural environment.
The culmination of this term has been finishing a range of mysterious creations – including paper puppets, modelling finger puppets, clay figurines and landscapes – combining to create THE WORLD as imagined by ReFILL young artists!
Here are some exports from the spinning worlds we have captured…..
And here are links to listen and explore the MOVING WORLDS
ReFILL students and artists created a cluetrail for the Way Out West Festival. To explore this cluetrail download the EYEJACK App on your smartphone and use your camera to ‘scan and collect’ the imagery! Thanks to Georges Riverkeeper, Tony Wales and BellBird Garden’s Lauren Booth! Enjoy!
In Term 4, alongside our developing design for Junglefy – we have been working steadily on a landscape for our animations to live in. This magic diorama made up of blended individual artworks – will be filmed on Friday 22 November with an Insta360 camera. The results will be uploaded to the school’s Oculus Go Headsets for CAPA night….. so we can keep exploring the possibilities of art, imaging and scenario creation for VR/AR.
In order to approach something as giant as the re-design of a Welcome Wall – ReFILL young artists began to observe the environment around the wall. Here are some macro shots of nature and human made objects ReFILL students thought might be interesting landscapes for animations…. plus some association…