Time for our young film­mak­ers to shine

Wangaratta Chronicle - - News -

SE­LECTED films pro­duced by young peo­ple will be show­cased at the Wan­garatta Art Gallery this Fri­day night from 6pm.

The Youth Film Project ex­hi­bi­tion, launched by Ru­ral City of Wan­garatta youth coun­cil deputy mayor, Naomi Luhan, cel­e­brates the ef­forts of young peo­ple en­gaged in film­mak­ing as an art form.

Sup­ported by the Kyamba Foun­da­tion, the op­por­tu­nity of­fers pro­fes­sional ex­po­sure and en­gage­ment by screen­ing bud­ding film­mak­ers in a pub­lic gallery venue.

The project will also in­clude ex­per­i­men­tal film-based work­shops and pop–up screen­ings dur­ing the school hol­i­days and sum­mer pe­riod.

It has been pro­grammed to align with the Na­tional Gallery of Aus­tralia’s ex­hi­bi­tion, Light Moves: Con­tem­po­rary Aus­tralian Video Ex­hi­bi­tion, com­ing to Wan­garatta Art Gallery from Novem­ber 25 to Fe­bru­ary 4, 2018.

The project will ap­pear at Gallery 2 of Wan­garatta Art Gallery this Fri­day from 6pm to 8pm.

The screen­ing and ex­hi­bi­tion con­tin­ues in the Gallery 2 un­til De­cem­ber 22.

For more in­for­ma­tion, phone (03) 5722 0865 or book on­line at http://wan­garat­taart­gallery.com.au/ youth-film-project/.

PLEA­SURE DO­ING BUSI­NESS: Ja­panese Con­sul-Gen­eral, Kazuyoshi Mat­sunaga (pic­tured), said he was pleased with the progress of Ja­panese green tea com­pany, ITO EN, in Wan­garatta. PHOTO: Sa­man­tha Dick

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