Event :: Eudlo Creek Pilot Project - 2019

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Event
Eudlo Creek Pilot Project - 2019

A five-week Eudlo Creek pilot project delivered in term 2 and engaging with the challenge of reinvigorating the creek that flows through the MIC grounds.

May 01 2019 To May 29 2019

Watch a short video about the Eudlo Creek work in 2019. 

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A five-week Eudlo Creek pilot project delivered in term 2 and engaging with the challenge of reinvigorating the creek that flows through the MIC grounds. Underpinned by First Peoples First, the project created a unique experimental space on the beautiful 52 acre MIC site to explore a range of cultural, environmental, technological and human rights issues. As well as responding to MIC’s curriculum requirements, the pilot projects contributed to Arts Front’s future visioning in the area of arts and education. The workshops featured the artists team working with a range of creative digital media including video and stills cameras, hydrophones, AR and VR software, Landscapers. A significant body of content (images, video and audio) was generated by the artists and students and a database established to support future creative action.

Montessori International College (MIC) is a unique 52 acre campus on Eudlo Creek on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. The school is deeply invested in the management and regeneration of the beautiful remnant rainforest.

The school is partnering with Feral Arts on the Education, Arts and Creativity Futures program over the next five years. With and multi-disciplinary approach and strong focus arts, environment, science and technological innovation and First Nations the work provides an ideal basis to collaborate with the Planetary Regeneration Project.

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Planetary Regeneration

This project will take a creative-led transdisciplinary approach to the challenge of planetary regeneration through the creation of a new initiative in the field of ecoacoustics. 

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This project will take a creative-led transdisciplinary approach to the challenge of planetary regeneration through the creation of a new initiative in the field of ecoacoustics.