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Change Media - Recording Culture
26 Nov 2010
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Click on the link to watch Recording Culture -  a 6min peer-produced video, also included on the DVD resource Moogy's Yuki.

The Change Media Team conducted a production workshop with members of the Tal-Kin-Jeri performance group,  Indigenous students and community members from across South East SA to train them in film narratives, interview techniques, editing and media management. The aim was to educate students alongside the production of a DVD about River Red Gum Care, which documents the technique of making a traditional Ngarrindjeri bark canoe by Ngarrindjeri Elder Major Sumner.

The project covered an introduction to working with a client on location, intermediate interview and event coverage techniques and editing. The peer-produced content [the peer-produced film Recording Culture and photo slide show] will form part of the educational Caring For Country River Redgum resource called Moogy’s Yuki, to be delivered August 2010.

Arts Community Culture Education Environment Indigenous Digital Media Aboriginal Cultural Diversity Environment Indigenous Intercultural Practice Rural and Regional Young People community arts cultural diversity digital media environment indigenous landcare young people
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