Visual Art

Ngahuru: Digital Story Telling

Photography as an art form, and story telling tool, make your own story, blog, website, or book for an exhibition at Te Oro in Glen Innes. Learn how to use digital technology .

  • Ages 10 – 18 years old
  • Free
  • Website

This event is fully booked.

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  • Mon, 12 Jun at 3:30PM
  • Wed, 14 Jun at 3:30PM
  • Mon, 19 Jun at 3:30PM
  • Wed, 21 Jun at 3:30PM
  • Mon, 26 Jun at 3:30PM
  • Wed, 28 Jun at 3:30PM
  • Mon, 3 Jul at 3:30PM
  • Wed, 5 Jul at 3:30PM
  • Mon, 10 Jul at 3:30PM
  • Wed, 12 Jul at 3:30PM

Digital Storytelling is a 6 week programme in Term 2.

It will run for 6 weeks in Term 2, including the first week of the July School Holidays.

Digital storytelling by Serena Stevenson, learn in a fun, digital environment at Te Oro how to tell a story using digital Photography.

If you're aged between 10 – 18, join us for a creative adventure. We travel into our community, work in a Mac lab in the incredible Te Oro facility.

All you need to bring is an 8GB USB stick, a camera if you have one (Te Oro have a limited number of camera’s that participants can sign out) and we will provide the rest.

Learn from a professional how to make your photo story to be exhibited at Te Oro and in your community.

The workshops run during school terms 2 and 1st week of school holidays, Mondays and Wednesdays 3.30-5.30.

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Serena Stevenson

Serena Stevenson photographer/filmmaker is half Italian raised in Manurewa Auckland, has travelled the world on commissioned assignments, exhibited world wide and developed a participatory photography workshop for youth as part of a Masters in Design.

Photography at a young age gave Serena the door way to a career a life of adventure and art.

Serena Stevenson

Serena Stevenson

Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board