Jacqueline Warrick is a casual Youth Engagement Officer with the City of Melville. Her work as the facilitator of Camera Story recently made news on the ABC.
Read the article here : Powerful images let women in remote Kimberley tell their own stories
Jacqueline came on board in term 3 of 2017 after delivering workshops as an external facilitator at the Willagee Library. She has been involved in youth programs at the Willagee Library and Willagee Community Centre both as a staff member with the City and as a facilitator of her Camera Story workshops. Her work has included significant positive engagement with at risk and indigenous young people in Willagee, including creating an exhibition of their photography works that is currently on display at Willagee Library.
Camera Story has been involved in communities across both local and regional Western Australia and also internationally in India. Each project is unique to the context of the communities they work within, but Camera Story always has a strong focus on community minded approaches and the resulting works always reflect strong community values. In both her work with the City of Melville and with Camera Story, Jacqueline brings great compassion to working within the whole community context and reinforcing those community strengths that are come through in photographs produced by community members.
Youth Programs in Willagee
Youth programs run at Willagee Library during the school term on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Camera Story is at Willagee Library on Monday afternoons from 4:00pm to 5:30pm.
Jacqueline also assists the library’s after school programs on Thursday and Friday afternoons.
These programs are open to all young people who want to get involved, free of charge.
For more information, please contact the Willagee Library at 9364 0170.