As part of World Science Festival Brisbane 2018 we have worked with Green Heart Schools (GHS), Brisbane City Council to run Future BNE: Water Security Challenge for the third year. As part of this GHS live streams to schools unable to make it into the city for the day. This year the schools live streaming […]
On the 26th February we rolled See Change Sand Tracks out on the beach at Surfers Paradise for the first time to test the roller. There are a few adjustments that we need to make ready for Festival 2018 but we are excited to be this far along in project development.
January was been a busy month for the See Change Sand Tracks team as we have traveled the length and breadth of the coast running workshops at Gold Coast Libraries. We’ve continued this trend into February with our See Change Sand Tracks Sand Tray Workshop held at Silkwood Independent School on the 2nd with 60 […]
We were very excited to share our See Change Sand Trays with students at Silkwood Independent School and CoGC Level-Up mentees last week. Everyone had fun interacting with the website and creating digital artwork blocks and then transferring these into the sand using the full range of See Change Icons. “The See Change Sand Tracks […]
The artwork blocks that make upSee Change Sand Tracks are all responses to one of 18 different future scenarios which sit under six different themes: food security, human movement, society shifting, climate changes, conflict arises and health shifting. All of these will have an enormous effect on our everyday lives as we move into the […]
The seechange.tv website is now fully live, with the public granted full access to the ‘Contribute a Futures Map’ section of the website. Relative Creative would like to thank Thrive Digital for all of the hard work they have put in to making this design a reality. We hope you all have fun creating your […]
The knowledge that informs each of the 100 See Change Sand Tracks icons has been meticulously researched by Relative Creative, drawing on a range of sources from academic books and papers, to work by the UN, local government and articles written by well regarded news sources. All of these references are available in the Library […]
The idea for ‘See Change Sand Tracks’ developed in the first phase of the Generate program*, where participants were brought together to ideate and design projects for consideration in the GC2018 program. Drawing on his knowledge of the Gold Coast, Tristan (founder and co-director of Relative Creative) identified our beaches as a key space that […]