Tasmanian’s are a creative bunch! Check out the action as creative teachers and students explored the creative potential of iPads in a series of workshops across Hobart. A personal highlight for me was an opportunity to work with student to create a collaborative stop motion in the inspiring gallery environment in the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA).
A special thanks to Deon Scanlon for all his hard work to bring the event together for his community, as well as St Virgil’s College, Simon Shaw and Andrew Pinelli for their support.
Click below to see students making awesome animations during the ‘Stop Motion Challenge‘, and teachers from across Hobart learning to use their iPads for creativity.