Digital Stories Across Generations

The Making Sense Project was a partnership between the Tasmanian Government, Contemporary Art Tasmania and Presbyterian Care Tasmania and Human designed to capture the unique stories of the Scottsdale region as told by their oldest residents.

Human Creative worked closely with a core team of long-term unemployed young people and skilled them up in video production, sound recording, interviewing, animation and editing. We then spent time interviewing and capturing the stories of the residents of Aminya, Scottsdale’s aged care facility.

The process unveiled the rich history of the region through a unique, personal approach. The digital stories produced through this pilot project have great opportunities to be leveraged to grow local tourism to the area.




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