Mapping the story of a dingo, a hare, a snowpatch and a crevasse
11:45 am- 12:35 pm
14th of July
Room: Silver Leaf
This workshop creatively maps a Victorian alpine story about a dingo, a hare, a snowpatch and a crevasse from a more-than-human perspective, which rejects the notion that humans are the only species capable of producing knowledge. Attendees will learn to consider and connect the more-than-human voices and stories within the outdoor places they visit, through creative mappings using devices such as words, drawings, maps, and photographs.
About the Presenters
Ant connected with wild places as a schoolboy while bushwalking in the Alpine NP. This grew into a lifelong passion for being outdoors and living sustainably on the planet. Ant has completed Degrees in Planning, Design & Architecture, and Graduate Diplomas in Secondary & Outdoor Education, and has worked in outdoor, sustainability, design & tech education, architecture, and local community sustainability. Ant is a PhD Candidate at La Trobe University and a lecturer at Federation University.