artsbusTV - Mornington Peninsula
Dromana, Arthurs Seat, Main Ridge...
Airing on Channel31 and online, artsbusTV is a community arts TV series that showcases creativity from the emerging generation. Facilitated by the Artists for Kids Culture artsbus team, the twelve episodes feature young hosts, actors and directors across Victoria aged 10 – 17 years old.
Two artsbusTV episodes feature the Mornington Peninsula. The “Writers Room” workshops have involved ten secondary school aged participants who shared ideas for the episodes.
Filming in the Peninsula commences in January 2023 with teens who film, direct and star in the interviews and storytelling.
- February 4 2023 – Peninsula Film Festival, Dromana
- March 11 2023 – International Women’s Day at the Pig & Whistle, Main Ridge
This arts project is a vehicle for kids, teens and youth to:
- collaborate to tell stories about their lives
- celebrate young talent
- be inspired and inspire others through storytelling
- build belief in creativity and learn practical skills
- have fun and make friends!
How it works
The episodes stitch together segments that are directed by and starring kids and youth:
Interviews and ‘kitchen table’ conversations
“How to” demonstrations
Vox Pops with the general public
Tours of local places
Showcasing of art, music, and film by kids and teens
Share your skills as a Local Mentor or artsbus volunteer
AKC welcomes young people (aged 18 – 25 years old) and skilled volunteers to express interest in being mentors for the project. To express interest in being a volunteer or mentor, please complete the form below:
Thank you to our Sponsors & Supporters
Artists for Kids Culture offer free and inclusive arts programs for children aged 5 – 17 years old, made possible by the support of volunteers, donors, sponsors, and funding bodies. Thank you to artsbusTV’s major funding partner, RM Ansett Trust.