Last Seen is a poignant and inspiring creative showcase, pairing vision-impaired Australians with renowned artists and composers to depict their last, or most cherished, visual memory. The multisensory exhibition and performance bring to life powerful stories through art, music, soundscapes, and short film.
Join alumnus Alison Curtis from Creative Inking as she goes live on the Griffith Alumni Instagram page for a Faux-lligraphy introductory workshop.
Ali will talk through the basics of calligraphy, including what supplies you will need to start this new hobby. Watch as she demonstrates how a brush pen works and how to replicate this with a pen/pencil at home.
Professor Massimo Banzi will speak on his specialty areas of innovation, hardware, open source, internet of things and all things Arduino. He is the co-founder of the Arduino project, an Interaction Designer, Educator and Open Source Hardware advocate. He has worked as a consultant for clients such as: Prada, Artemide, Persol, Whirlpool, V&A Museum and Adidas.
Since Doi moi (""Renovation'') in the late 1980s, Vietnam was opened up to market forces and cinematic practices have responded. Issues of gender have come into focus, and films exploring these themes have emerged from both state studios and private investors.