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Jess explores the world of street art with Sarah Boese at the Gawler Civic
Centre as she works on her native wildlife mural, and with Daniel Down
and Nathan Shanks, chatting about street art in Gawler. Jess also visits
Spray Society Ink at Onkaparinga Youth in Aldinga to talk with young people exploring their creativity through working with professional artists.

Finally, Jess visits Woodville High School to speak with Lucinda Penn about
a mural collaboration between the Adelaide Festival, Woodville High
School and Create for Adelaide, and how she’s working with students to
develop and paint the mural at their school.

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Jess joins a rehearsal at True North Youth Theatre Ensemble to talk with members about how the arts have impacted them, built their confidence and supported their growth and development. And did you know that Scouts Australia and Girl Guides Australia have a theatre program you can get involved in? Choreographer and Comedy Capers executive member Flynn Hawkey tells Jess about…

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Jess visits the Gawler Academy of Dance to see how dance has made a positive impact on the students’ lives and where they hope it will take them. She also visits Star Theatre, home of the Mighty Good Entertainment talent school and talks with students about what dance brings to their lives. Finally, Jess visits…

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Jess meets with Chloe Sea (formerly Chloe Veronica) at The Studio and Star Factory to chat about her journey and career progression, spending time with her as she rehearses and then performs at the Wheatsheaf Hotel. Jess checks out the music training programs at City of Playford’s youth music and creative industries facility, Northern Sound…

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