Little Artists, Big Stories
Sat July 27 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
3pm, Saturday 27th July
24th July – 10th August 2019
How do four to seven year olds respond to the stories of Central Australian Aboriginal artists? Become immersed in Primary School Students’ vibrant and often surprising interpretations of these traditional, visual narratives.
Little Artists, Big Stories is the product of a creative exchange that aimed to expand perspectives, identity and community – part of the 2018/19 NT Artists in Schools Program.
With a career of over 15 years spanning the arts, design and community development sectors, Jasmine Crea is highly experienced in the coordination and delivery of successful projects and programs. She has initiated, designed and implemented many of these in the Northern Territory, in cross-cultural contexts, adopting a strengths-based approach with public and private clients, organisations and co-staff. Jasmine has collaborated with artists, community members and their children to produce effective, multi-lingual, educational resources and creative products including books, films, audio bites, animations, fibre art and textiles. She combines research and analytical skills with design and development methodology to achieve innovative, adaptive solutions that respond to complex needs. Jasmine has lived in Alice Springs for a decade and has been a member of the WTS curatorial committee since 2016.