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Recording: Finding Inspiration in 2020

2020 has been an especially tough year for students who have had to trade in the on-campus experience for their computer screens at home.

How do students find inspiration and cultivate their creative practices during this time? This is a recording of ‘Finding Inspiration in 2020’ an online discussion held on 29 October 2020 as part of RMIT Gallery‚Äôs new online student-run exhibition, Museum of Me, showcasing the relationship between student work and cultural inspiration.of the Museum of Me public program.

Join Amy Bartholomeusz, Master of Arts Management student and curatorial intern for Museum of Me, and Cristina Ulloa Sobarzo, Bachelor of Communications (Media) student and communications intern along with Museum of Me artists Lucy Maddox, Cherry Lin and Rhys Cousins as they talk about what it means to navigate both study and personal creativity during lockdown.

Image: (clockwise, top right to left) Cherry Lin, Cristina Ulloa Sobarzo, Rhys Cousins, Lucy Maddox – participating in the online event.

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