The making of The Mangroves film

ibis among the mangroves

Recently those of us fortunate enough to have been involved in the ABC Open, Umbrella Studios, and the Great Barrier Reef Orchestra collaborative project to create a video of the mangroves as a backdrop for the Barrier Reef Orchestra’s performance of Peter Sculthorpe’s Mangrove composition have been blogging about the experience. The links to these blogs at ABC Open are: Graeme Buckley (The musicians)  will also take you to links for blogs by Sabine Carter (The community orchestra), Nathan Morris (The Sculthorpe composition), Danielle Berry (The collaboration), Jesse Joseph (The performance), Alan Junior (The achievement), and my blog (The artists).

About Lynn

Lynn is a visual artist and writer with over 35 years experience. She has a Master in Creative Arts degree from James Cook University.
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2 Responses to The making of The Mangroves film

  1. Ellen says:

    It’s terrific, Lynn. Well done! Such a interesting project.

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  2. dezuanni says:

    Hi Lynn – Apologies for contacting you this way, but it’s clear form your blog you are someone I need to be in touch with. I’m a researcher at QUT in Brisbane – we are conducting research in Townsville about people’s use of digital technologies – and we will be organising lots of workshops in 2014, 15 and 16 as well. Members of my team will be in Townsville on March 17, 18 and 19 and it would be terrific to be able to interview you and other people in your community. Could you email me about this at: m.dezuanni@qut.edu.au Cheers, Michael Dezuanni

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