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Neon Stories

Overview

Ice cream and zombies, snails and sakura trees, Neon Stories is an interactive exhibition sharing the things we love. Presented by Footscray Community Arts Centre and Western English Language School in collaboration with The Indirect Object.

Come and see what happens when art captures kids’ imaginations! After meeting the challenges of this year with fierce creativity, the students of Western English Language School invite you to the wondrous world they have created, inspired by their favourite places and with a little help from The Indirect Object. 

From 9 December to 15 January, Neon Stories is accessible:

Download the exhibition guide here.


Welcome to Neon Stories Online

The video player below contains three videos welcoming you to Neon Stories:

  • An introduction from Urvi Majumdar, FCAC Creative Workshops Producer
  • Shannon Slee, WELS visual art teacher on art and education
  • Lead artist Beth McMahon on the concept behind Neon Stories

For the best experience, click the fullscreen button (four arrows pointing to the centre to the right of the settings button) on the bottom right corner of the viewer.

360° Virtual Exhibition Tour

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How to use the Virtual 360° player:

  • Enter full screen by clicking the last icon on the right
  • Click the arrows to move around the gallery
  • Click the ‘i’ icon to read about the artwork
  • Click the picture icon to view the work
  • Start and stop auto rotate to look around the gallery

Neon Stories is proudly supported by Creative Learning Partnerships – A Victorian Government Initiative. 

IMAGE: Design by Nadia Lian. 


Date & Times

WHEN

9 December – 15 January

VENUE

Online & Gabriel Gallery

COST

Free


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