Mind Creativity – article in Southern Courier 21 Dec 2010

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Digital Media is the new global language, Leah Robinson from Mind Creativity, art workshops for kids at Randwick, said.

Imaginations and creativity are essential in today’s innovation-driven workplace. Ms Robinson, who is helping equip upper primary school children for the digital world, said. Ms Robinson said the program took students from their foundations in traditional drawing and painting into digital outcomes, such as photo stories with special effects, narration and soundtracks, phot illustrations, grpahics, animation and video. Ms Robinson is holding creative art workshops called School Holidaze Fun, for children aged from 4 – 11 years. Visit mindcreativity.net.

Article in Southern Courier 21 Dec 2010 pg. 19

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Leah is an experienced visual artist of both traditional art and digital media with a background in graphic design, video and photography, through individual projects, as a lecturer and through industry. Leah has taught web design, multimedia, digital photomedia, and new media theory and practice at a number of universities, TAFE colleges and schools. She achieved a Master of Visual Arts in digital media and is a qualified Workplace Trainer and Assessor.
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