Shadow Puppets (2016)

Enjoy the thrill of old-style sideshows presented in shadow puppetry. This project was inspired by an investigation into how products we use every day are created. Students from Year 6 at Spotswood Primary and Laverton College P-12 have uncovered the mysteries of where the petrol in our cars comes from and how our sewage is being turned into clean water. As you move from tent to tent at Seaworks you will see performances based on these investigations, discover how milk bottles are made from plastic and recycled and about the leading role the western suburbs has played in building boats, trains and power stations.

Student Artists

Year 6 Laverton College P-12 and Spotswood Primary School

Artists

Emma Pryse, Megan Slattery, Anna MacNeill, David Murphy, Penny Baron, Fiona Roake

Event Details

Seaworks Maritime Precinct,
82 Nelson Place, Williamstown

Fri 25 Nov 2016, 6:30-10:00pm

FREE as part of Spark

Suitable for children aged 5 and over

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