This community cultural development project aimed to raise the profile of the arts in the region, encouraging community participation and professional development opportunities.
It explored art and cultural interpretation skills of local landforms, through considering the relationship between the people and the landscape interconnected with the rich culture of the Gunditjamara people. This was achieved through extensive workshops run over 18 months with schools and the local community in which over 100 people participated.
This resulted in various art works, photographs and writings, with the project continuing as a stimulus for creative output around these themes.
The Fellowship was awarded to principal artist and researcher Carolyn Rundell, supported by RMIT with the new media aspect of the project mentored by lab3000.