Space, place and relationships. Three public exhibitions of photographic research by young people with cognitive disability in regional Australian towns in NSW, Victoria and Queensland

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

The Space, Place and Relationships project is finding out what helps young people with disability who live in country areas feel like they belong and they are connected.

30 young people from country towns in NSW, Queensland and Victoria did this research with us. They took amazing photos about what is really important in their lives.

We had 3 big art exhibitions to show this work. Now, we are showing it on the internet.

We wanted to do this so that the young people in each area could see each other’s work. We also think other people will learn a lot by looking at these beautiful photos.

As the project comes to an end, we will share all the reports and easy read papers on this site for everyone to read.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • young people
  • cognitive disability
  • regional communities
  • Photographs

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