Schools' Program

In Search of Selfie

Thu 5 Sep, 2.15pm
Isabella Fraser Room

Authors of You Are Not Your Face and co-founders of girledworld, Madeleine Grummet and Edwina Kolomanski facilitate a youth-led discussion exploring the role of social media and selfie culture in teenage personal narrative and identity development.

Duration

45 minutes

Session code

1704

Accessibility

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Session Artists

Madeleine Grummet and Edwina Kolomanski are co-founders of girledworld which works with global businesses, governments, universities and schools to equip the next generation with 21st century skills and career mentors to thrive in the future of work. You Are Not Your Face is a collaborative global storytelling project written by teenage girls, for teenage girls.

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