Little Artists, Big Stories

Primary School Student interpretations of Central Australian Aboriginal stories

Curated by Jasmine Crea

 
Ross Park Primary students paint Maureen O’Keefe’s  Old Man Kangaroo  story.

Ross Park Primary students paint Maureen O’Keefe’s Old Man Kangaroo story.

OPENING

3pm, Saturday 27th July

EXHIBITION

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.

CURATOR BIO

With a career of over 15 years spanning the design, art and community development sectors, Jasmine Crea has designed and delivered many projects and programs in NSW and the NT. She has collaborated with artists, consultants, community members and their children to produce effective, multi-lingual, educational resources and creative products including books, films, audio bites, animations and textiles. Jasmine has lived in Alice Springs for a decade and has been a member of the WTS curatorial committee since 2016.