Adobe, The School of Rap & The BULLY Project are landing at Screen Futures Youth Media Festival in Melbourne for some of the most awesome BULLY Project Mural Workshops yet.
Screen Futures Youth Media Festival is on Saturday 2nd July.
The Adobe BULLY Project Mural Workshops
10.30am-1.30pm and 2.15pm-4.30pm
The BULLY Project Mural School of Rap Workshops
12.15pm-1.45pm and 2.15pm-4.30pm
Screening of BULLY & Workshop Showcase
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The Adobe BULLY Project Mural Apps Workshop
Presented by Adobe’s Dr Tim Kitchen and The BULLY Projects’ Katie Barry, this 2-hour workshop will teach you how to use iPad Adobe Spark Apps Post & Video and Adobe Premiere Clip to speak out against bullying and share your creation with the world. Your work will be published on The BULLY Project Mural – a global platform and tapestry of artwork contributed by people from all walks of life that is used to speak out against and educate people about bullying and being an Upstander.
The BULLY Project Mural School of Rap Workshop
School of Rap and The BULLY Project are teaming up to film and record your raps about bullying and publish them on The BULLY Project Mural – the global platform of artworks to bring an end to bullying. Presented by Big Village Records’ hiphop MC Rapaport, you will learn how to write and perform a rap to help bring an end to bullying. Your rap will be filmed or recorded and published on The BULLY Project Mural, and you may even get a chance to perform at the screening of BULLY at Signal that evening.
BULLY Screening & Workshop Showcase
BULLY is a beautifully cinematic, character driven documentary directed by Sundance and Emmy-award winning filmmaker, Lee Hirsch. Filmed over the course of a school year, BULLY offers an intimate, unflinching look at how bullying has touched the lives of 14-year-old Alex, 16-year-old Kelby and their families. BULLY opens a window onto the pained and often endangered lives of bullied kids, revealing a problem that transcends geographic, racial, ethnic and economic borders. BULLY has sparked the global social campaign The BULLY Project which has recently launched in Australia.
We will showcase the work that has been created that day and give the participants a chance to perform live.