Cath and Stewart have broad teaching experience.
Telling our stories is how we as a society recognise ourselves. Teaching storytelling with a 21st century medium is an important part of People Pictures' role. From cities to the remote regions of the Tanami Desert, we deliver a range of educational programs for school, community and tertiary sectors. Our work extends from lecturing and tutoring at the Australian Film Television and Radio School, and the Victorian College of the Arts at Melbourne University, to hands-on video production training for a variety of organisations, such as the Studio One Youth Program at Castlemaine Continuing Education, Castlemaine Secondary College, Open Channel, Women in Film and Television, and indigenous production company PAW Media & Communications (formerly the Warlpiri Media Assoc.).
Both Cath and Stewart have mentored and continue to mentor young people in their community. They are proud to support local youth organisations such as XtremeInc.
Most recently Stewart has facilitated workshops with the Yarnin' Project. Based in Victoria, Yarnin' is a mobile media training and recording program which documents Aboriginal Elders stories while simultaneously training Aboriginal youth in the art of digital film making.
We are skilled to talk to or run workshops with students of all ages and abilities.