Tasmanian Youth Story
The Tasmanian Youth Story Roadshow
Earlier in 2022, YNOT partnered with Brand Tasmania to unearth the Tasmanian Youth Story with young Tasmanians aged 18-25. The first phase of the project involved 100 one-on-one conversations with young Tasmanians to hear their unique experiences of what it is like living in Tasmania… the good and the bad.
Now it’s time for phase two.
YNOT and Brand Tasmania, in collaboration with the UTAS Tasmanian Behavioural Lab, are hosting workshops across the state using the UTAS Mobile Interactive Learning Environment (MILE) Truck portable lab.
Each workshop will be an open invitation for people to drop by, learn about the Tasmanian Youth Story, and share their thoughts and ideas on how we can bring the Story to life. There will be activities, giveaways, and a statewide competition called The Great Tasmanian Coordination Game, with $2000 total cash prizes!
About the Great Tasmanian Coordination Game
Societies work because we share ideas. Tasmania is no different.
Have you ever noticed how most Tasmanians tend to have a sophisticated understanding of what it means to be Tasmanian? What we value, the kind of foods that are Tasmanian, the most iconic places and animals, the things we do? It’s understood. People just know.
That’s the idea behind this game. As a player, we will ask you about some of those typical Tasmanian things. In each question, your job is to pick one from a list we give you.
But there's a twist! We're not asking you to pick what you personally think, but what you think the most other players in the game think. How well can you guess others?
For every question, you get 1 point for every player who picks the same answer as you. The three players with the most points will win cash prizes at the end of the Roadshow! If your total comes out on top you will win $1000 in cash! Second prize wins $500 and third wins $250 (Terms & Conditions Apply).
Want to get involved?
The bigger the game, the better the results!
As Tasmanians, we know that it’s all about who you know here. We want to reach as many young Tasmanians as possible, and we’d love your help to do so.
Check out our full itinerary here, and please come along! Workshops are open to all of community, and have been codesigned with young people to help create a fun, engaging and inviting experience.
We’ll be using the hashtag #TASMANIANYOUTHSTORY throughout the road trip, and encourage you to do the same —spread the word, visit the truck, and help us grow the Tasmanian Youth Story.
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