Splashing about in our catchment

Author: Creative Resilience Alliance and NSF Consulting (Natalie Fisher)

Location: This case study was created as part of an evaluation of the Creative Recovery Pilot Project for Arts Queensland. It illustrates the power of creative education and its ability to help children overcome their fear of rain, following the floods in Queensland’s Lockyer Valley in 2011, Lockyer Valley Regional Council, Queensland, Australia

Funding Body: Arts Queensland and Australia Council for the Arts

Description: Primary School and Artists create a claymation to develop positive relationship to rain and the water cycle post Queensland Floods 2011 to overcome student absentism.

Creative Recovery Network

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