Seven Blackburn High School entries have been selected for exhibition at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image as part of a joint Education Department and Adobe  program called “Have a Voice”

Blackburn is the only school to have 7 entries selected. The maximum entries for a school was  5 entries.

Such was the quality of the student work the organizers took the extraordinary step of selecting  7 works for display.

The Education Department has also identified Staff members Pei- Yu Hsu and Tameka Carter as highly proficient and creative teachers who have demonstrated outstanding use of the Adobe program in innovative projects for their students.  The calibre of their work will be the subject of a feature article in Education Department publications.

The aim of the Have a Voice program is to provide a platform for students to enhance their communication and creativity skills through having a voice about something that is important to them.

Students work in groups to produce either a video story, an animation, a website or web page or a poster about a topic or issue that is important to them.

Make the Difference (Lachlan Stamp & Jesse Ruane)

War and Peace (Esther Huang & Daniel Chen)

We’re all different, yet the same (Ryan Stevens & Jayden Weller)

Closed Doors

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