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Poster: We Are Well: Intergenerational learning

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posted on 2023-11-06, 08:39 authored by Geraldine BurkeGeraldine Burke, Priscilla Petengell, Chris Hanger

The 'We Are Well: Intergenerational learning' poster is part of a suite of posters that document the 'We Are Well: Intergenerational art-moving-well-being' project. The poster shows participants creating art together across generations as learning is shared between children and pre-service teachers, and children and older friends from the University of the Third Age and Rotary. The poster also features Kylie and Kursty Colemane sharing knowledge of Country with children and older adults, while intergenerational groups are seen singing an Acknowledgement of Country together, appreciating each other’s artwork together; and thanking each other at the end of a workshop session. Poster text: No matter what you think you know, there is always more to learn.

  • Poster Acknowledgements: Geraldine Burke, Priscilla Pettengell, Chris Hanger
  • Photography: Geraldine Burke, Chris Hanger
  • Project Acknowledgments: The We Are Well: Intergenerational art-moving-well-being research team Dr. Geraldine Burke, Assoc Prof Megan Adams, Assoc Prof Laura Alfrey, Dr. Aislinn Lalor, Prof Keith Hill, and Priscilla Pettengell with artists: Nikki Browne, Bidjara artist, and educator, and First Nations Learning and Programs Manager, McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, Aunty Karan Kent, Bidjara and local community Elder. Founder of Yimba Yumba — in sync with nature through the art of sharing Wayapa Wuurrk, Kylie Colemane, Darug, and Wiradjuri First Nations consultant, artist, and educator. Founder of Your Green Prescription, Kursty Colemane, Darug, and Wiradjuri First Nations knowledge holder, artist, and educator.


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