Form Information

This workshop was facilitated by: Mick Byrne
Name of any other State Library staff present: Pauline Maundy & Declan Rix
Workshop Date:2021-09-09
Workshop Location:Brisbane State High
How many Designed Things were sent into The Well?1
Notes regarding Designed Thing Submissiona
List the Imagined Things number or name that was used as inspiration:
What did you think was successful about the workshop?

* Teeth fabrication

* Eye Fabrication

* Scale prep

* Scale application

What did you learn about the workshop?the young people enjoyed the repetitive production of the smaller components - I guess that they felt productive and confident when making something simple. The young people working on applying the scales (its a difficult thing to get started and in contrast to the simple repetitive operations involved in prepping the scales or making the teeth they we concerned about “getting it wrong”. it would have been beneficial to model/demo this operation but i was busy with other groups
Can you share any ideas for future implementation?
Are there any immediate actions arising from this workshop? as this was the last workshop before the holidays - and by the time i see them again the dragon will need to be finished- it was great to get their input on some of the smaller details. The Dragon and the Koi installation has been identified as a priority to be completed asap. It will nice for the students to see how their ideas come to life and then they can be there for the execution of the Koi Kites
Can you share any memorable moments or quotes from participants?
What was/were your favourite Designed Thing/s from the workshop?
Did you capture any images, audio or video to share from the workshop?

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