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24/8

Outdoor Screen Program: Doveton College

From its inception Doveton College supports animation projects as part of the curriculum. In so doing students have produced a large catalogue of varied and unique short films. 
17/8

Outdoor Screen Program: Signal Screen Commissions

SIGNAL is the City of Melbourne’s creative arts studio for young people aged 13 to 25. SIGNAL’s program is packed full of visual arts, film, sound, new media, music and theatre workshops and opportunities to create and present new work. 
12/8

Mountain Goat Mountain

Legend says that a mysterious creature lives in the wilds of Mountain Goat Mountain. Is it a myth? Or will you be the one to prove that it’s real?
28/7

Outdoor Screen Program: (Un)earth

Capitalism doesn’t trickle down, it sucks. Four videos explore different facets of disharmony in contemporary human ecological relationships through the destructive misuse of so-called ‘natural resources’.
28/7

Art After Dark: 3 Video Works by Atong Atem

In the last month of Winter, ART AFTER DARK will celebrate the stunning works of illustrious artist, photographer and filmmaker Atong Atem on the Bunjil Place Outdoor Screen.
23/7

Olympics Live presented by Westpac

Broadcasting during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Olympics Unleashed TV provides students and teachers with a direct connection with Olympians, to get the inside run on what’s happening at the Games.
1/7

Outdoor Screen Program: NAIDOC Week

For NAIDOC Week the Bunjil Place Outdoor Screen program will be presented a number of works made by or in collaboration with First Nations people.