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Addi Road Education - Art, Action and 'Artivism'

Last week we had the opportunity to once again work with the amazing Addi Road Living Museum.

160 year 8 students from Burwood Girls High School visited the centre.  Students visited Radio Skid Row, Flight Path Theatre, sketched the Hollow tree and participated in two workshops delivered by the Assemblage Sisters.


Workshops were devised around recently published book "The Hollow Tree" by Mark Mordue, Robyn Chiles and Inner West School Children. Published by the Addision Road Community Centre.


Here are just a few images of the day.

Perching Birds Installation by Burwood Girls High School yr 8 2019
   
Perching Birds Installation by Burwood Girls High School yr 8 2019

Perching Birds Installation by Burwood Girls High School yr 8 2019
Collaborative Assemblage Bird by Burwood Girls High School yr 8 2019
Collaborative Assemblage Bird by Burwood Girls High School yr 8 2019


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