This week the Refill group designed their names onto material. They then sprayed their drawings with rubbing alcohol to create a tie dye effect.
Refill participants played with long exposure photography to create light paintings.
In one of the Refill workshops, participants explored forced perspective photography. Here are some of the images they created around the school yard.
Year 7 students at Miller Technology High School created flags as one of their project based learning activities. As part of the Refill Program we invited students to step inside their artwork and create a new portrait of themselves.