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Here or Wherever

Here Or Wherever is a youth-led digital media training, mentorship and publishing project supporting young people of Auburn to create a one-off youth/street culture magazine that will examine individual perspectives on identity, culture, society, fashion and place. A small editorial/design team will be formed to meet weekly at Auburn Youth Centre.

Career pathways for the editorial/design team will be strengthened through mentoring from some of Australia’s leading media professionals. Career guidance and special work experience opportunities will provide valuable insights in to how the media works. This is not a high school newspaper!

Editorial Team Meetings 

Dates: every Tuesday from 12 September – 14 November 2017 (8 weeks)
Time: 2:30 to 5pm (editorial team can attend after school)
Where: Auburn Youth Centre, Wyatt Park Sports Complex, Church St, Lidcombe NSW 2141
FREE!

Intensive Photography Workshops

Dates: Thursday, 5 October – Friday 6 October 2017
Time: 10am
Where: Auburn Youth Centre, Wyatt Park Sports Complex, Church St, Lidcombe NSW 2141
FREE!

REGISTER HERE!

 


 

Taster Workshops

Taster Workshops will introduce students from local schools to the founding principles of writing and visual communication. The workshops are designed to recruit young people to become members of an editorial/design team. This team will create content for the publication including writing, photography, fashion spreads and design, making up the final printed magazine.

If you would like more information about Here or Wherever, you can get in contact with Julia Mendel at ICE for more details
Julia Mendel
Producer, Digital Communication and Engagement
julia.mendel@ice.org.au
02 8821 9151

A project in partnership with Auburn Youth Centre and Westwords.
Funded by the NSW Government – Youth Opportunities Program.
I.C.E also receives core support from the Australia Council for the Arts, Create NSW and the Department of Family and Community Services.

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