Author: Maya

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About Maya’s Research

I’ve set up this blog as part of my doctoral research project, which I am doing through the Australian National University School of Art (photography and new media). For the official version of information about my research and what it…

Images for charities and philanthropy

I have been asked to do a freelance photography job for Caritas Australia – one of the organizations that fund Jalaris Aboriginal Corporations Kids Futures Club project in Derby. The Kids Futures Club is to be the Indigenous Australia story…

Headphone Verbatim Theatre

Radio National (Artworks program) today had a story about an interesting form of theatre called Verbatim Headphone Theatre. The Artworks webpage about the story says: “Stories of Love and Hate uses a technique called Headphone Verbatim Theatre, which was begun by…

Voices from the Cape

  Community Prophets has been getting a lot of press this month for their Voices from the Cape project, which worked with children in the Arukun community in Cape York Queensland in a participatory video, animation and music project in…

Blogging as a research tool

So I’ve set up this blog in aid of my PhD research. In all honesty I started blogging at the encouragement of one of my supervisors. I have also come to think that this blog may be a useful method…

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