Questions from the audience about youtube and education

February 10, 2020

I presented on my edutube (educational youtube) phd to a working group of Digital Innovators today at @latrobe. Got some really interesting questions at the end. So here is a thread of interesting questions about youtube and the classroom 1) what is the copyright issues about showing various videos in class? Good qn! I am […]

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The Masterchef/Drag Race/YouTube effect – the homogenization of subjects, styles and information

December 20, 2019

So the kinds of reality tv I like are the ones where people make things – Project Runway, Masterchef, Sewing Bee and the sequined gloriousness that is RuPaul’s Drag Race. But I also think that they shape the ideas and creativeness of those who watch them. Let’s chat about the Masterchef/RuPaul effect. So Masterchef, if […]

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YouTube University UPDATED

December 18, 2019

***Mesg from the future! I saw another example of YouTube U on The Great British Bake Off, scroll down to see it!*** So this is fast becoming a thing I’m noticing everywhere and it’s something I’m really curious about. People referring to ‘YouTube University’ where they get their education. This post was sparked by a […]

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Things people have learned from youtube (a viral tweet)

October 3, 2019

So about a month ago I tweeted this Pls pls pls RT if you’ve ever watched a @Youtube video specifically to learn something. I’m trying to prove to my supervisor that YouTube is super useful for learning things. Feel free to comment below and tell me what you learned too, I’d love to know! — […]

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Why are we not teaching our teachers how to navigate social media? #AoIR2019

October 1, 2019

So I’m currently at the Association of Internet Researchers 2019 conference up in Brisbane. As part of this I attended a satellite conference – 4rd Annual Young Creative Connected (YCC) Research Network Seminar Where I presented on a panel about Youtube and academics with Zoe Glatt and Kelli McGraw chaired by Jarrod Walczer. (Pic by Zoe Glatt) […]

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Dandenong Patterns

August 16, 2016

Dandenong Patterns was a guerrilla kindness work inspired by historic architectural details found in and around the Greater Dandenong Area, presented at the Cultural Threads festival throughout August, 2016 in Dandenong. The public sent me photos of wrought iron fences, stained glass windows, wooden gables, plaster corbels, mosaicked paths and other small house or building […]

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The Lurkers in the Alleys

August 16, 2016

Fragments of a modern gothic tale, told in paste ups.

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Tales from the Woods

September 11, 2015

Tales from the Woods was an artistic residency for Hobson’s Bay City Council at the Woods Street Arts Space​ over 12 weeks from September to December 2015. Every Friday I worked at a desk in the foyer of Woods St making soft sculptures and other crafted objects based on fairy tales from Laverton’s diverse communities. […]

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Introducing the new NEWSLETTER!

October 24, 2013

To celebrate my brand spankin’ new newsletter, I’m running a little competition! For the next month EVERYONE who signs up goes in the running to win a For you, stranger prize pack, which consists of a For you, stranger cupcake and a For you, stranger kit, which have everything you need to make your own […]

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Gift shop

August 15, 2013

Since most of my projects are unfunded, I’ve added a little gift shop to my website for people who’d like to own artwork and help out at the same time! Check it out here:

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