Plastic Waste Awareness-Raising workshops & Collaborative Art Installation
By 2050, scientists have predicted there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans, we are well on our way to becoming witnesses to this scary prediction. Responding to this alarming study, we have created the concept of ‘a school of plastic fish’ made with 100% soft plastic waste. The fish depict an eerie yet beautiful ocean-scape where they hang from the ceiling, reminding us of a possible future and encouraging us to create positive behaviour change to reimagine a better and more sustainable future.
Our School of Plastic Fish (SoPF) program consists of two elements; the installation exhibit and the plastic waste workshops. Whilst the program is designed for the two elements to operate together,
as they compliment each other, we do offer both aspects as stand alone programs should that suit your needs better.
Programs available for:
Yrs 4, 5 & 6 School Students
Community groups (all ages)
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Introduction to plastic pollution
Waste minimisation actions
Zero waste and Circular economy principles
Art as a tool for raising awareness
Practical skill of hand-sewing
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nations the custodians of and around Naarm (Melbourne) the land where we live, work and travel. We pay our respects to their elders, past, present and emerging. We live on stolen land, and we will continue to acknowledge and be allies of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, so they can live proud and strong.