Class 8-9 students worked individually or in pairs to create a narrative in the form of a ‘visual text’ about a pressing eco-issue that concerned them. Communicating in engaging, arresting and/or humorous ways, students researched key issues and analysed pre-existing campaigns, ideas and artforms that inspired them. They then used language and imagery within their chosen art style and preferred medium to communicate their stories, sharing them within the school and on High School’s Instagram feed that reaches over a thousand schools and individuals, worldwide.
Stephanie has completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (COFA, UNSW), a Bachelor of Communications (UTS) and a Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education (Monash). She has a pre-teaching background in the arts, public affairs and publishing, and taught in London and Sydney before joining Kindlehill in 2017.