Media Arts

About the presenterCurtis Taylor is an actor, emerging film writer/director and a young Martu leader with a Bachelor of Culture, Communications and Media at Murdoch University. After finishing school in 2008, Curtis worked as Community Coordinator and Youth Development Officer at Martu Media (a division of Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa), where he spent 18 months working on Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route as a filmmaker and youth ambassador. Curtis was the recipient of the 2011 Western Australian Youth Art Award and Wesfarmers Youth Scholarship. He is currently studying Screen Production at Murdoch University.  

Workshop Education Facilitator: Lizzi Phillips, Media Arts Specialist teacher

This workshop aims to link to the three organising ideas to provide a coherent framework for the priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.

Video highlights from the workshop:

The following is an edited excerpt of highlights from the 90 minute Media Arts Collaborative Workshop.


Education resources and training:

Contact the Artist:
Curtis Taylor

For more information about contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media arts, visit the ATSI arts and culture in education portal.


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