Supported by Creative Victoria, City of Melbourne and Banyule City Council
The initial Omoon project was created during the March 2020 COVID19 lockdown, henceforth the inspiration to use everyday household materials in creating an art piece that response to our new and (un)orderly experience. The continuation of Omoon project aims to document our individual/collective stories of COVID19.
Omoon evolved to an online-based puppetry that provides a collaborative platform for creative exchanges between individuals and artists across all ages and expertise.
Omoon facilitates creative endeavors by providing practical steps in making puppetry using low-cost and no-cost materials such as toilet paper rolls, card boards and household items.During the project, Omoon collaborated with Westgarth Primary School and young people with disability to create participant’s own puppets, stories, over 60 short videos.