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2018 Intergenerational Project – The Power’s In The Word


June to October 2018


12-25 and 55+


Various time


10 workshops (1.5 hrs per workshop)




Venue changed from Westall Community Hub to Kingston Arts Centre


Kingston Arts Centre, 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin


2018 Intergenerational Project – The Power’s In The Word


The Power’s In The Word brings together young people and seniors to write, illustrate and perform stories and poems for all abilities.


Kingston’s Intergenerational Project will focus on story telling through the medium of spoken word, poetry and print workshops.  Workshops will cover both technical and expressive aspects of storytelling.  We are currently seeking expressions of interest from both young people (12 to 25 years) and older people (55+ years) who are interested to participate in this year’s project. All skill levels and backgrounds are encouraged to apply.  This years Intergenerational Project will take place at Kingston Arts Centre, 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin.


Applicants must complete an Expression of Interest Form and attend an interview.


The Intergenerational Project will provide the following opportunities:

  • Developing skills in storytelling
  • Connecting with people of all ages and across generations
  • Sharing stories
  • Opportunities for mentoring
  • Working with acclaimed writer Emilie Zoey Baker and printer Adrian Spurr


There will be 10 workshops run between June and October 2018.   


A launch will be held in early October to feature and celebrate participants’ work throughout the project which will coincide with Kingston’s Senior Festival.


If you are interested in being part of this project, please complete the Intergen-Project-EOI-Form-2018.


This project is FREE and places are limited.


For further information about this project please contact Youth Services on 1300 369 436 or email youth.services@kingston.vic.gov.au


This is a collaborative initiative between Kingston Youth Services, Social Development and Kingston Arts.

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Intergenerational projects focus on understanding human interaction and the value of treating all generations with mutual respect and dignity. Knowing how generations relate to each other is an essential component of cultural and social understanding. Intergenerational projects provide the opportunity for both older and younger people in the local community to connect through common interests. Kingston has successfully coordinated Intergenerational projects since 2012.


The Intergenerational Project is supported by the Victorian Government