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6 04, 2021

NEW! Art Doula–creative care services

By | 2021-04-07T01:08:45+00:00 April 6th, 2021|bodysongs, clinical practice, cross-disciplinary, shamanism|0 Comments

Art Doula is a creative care service to assist birth, death and other life transitions. I offer cognitive and physiological re-framing during exacting times. Services now include Engage-A-Griot, and bespoke meditation/re-visioning sessions for individuals, families and communities. With 30 years' experience in counselling, transformative bodywork and creative collaborations, I am upgrading qualifications for certification as [...]

2 03, 2021

For 2021: Re-Storying: resilience (open access program)

By | 2021-09-26T03:48:13+00:00 March 2nd, 2021|bodysongs, clinical practice, homepage, shamanism, Upcoming Events|0 Comments

Re-Storying is a practical, grounding, therapeutic and reinvigorating free program, created in partnership with ACT Health and The Street Theater, Canberra. It shares restorative, regenerative practices  and is available in person and online. All modules are free, to anyone, from anywhere, who registers. Zoom sessions throughout August-October; online (anytime access)  available soon. https://www.thestreet.org.au/artists/re-storying/ https://www.instagram.com/creativerestore/   [...]

27 05, 2020

Burnt Point (grief spirit)

By | 2020-05-31T04:32:07+00:00 May 27th, 2020|bodysongs, collaborations, cross-disciplinary, dance ecology, ecology, environmental sciences, performance|0 Comments

Listening to Burnt Point. Rosedale --an invitation to a dialogue. Draft #1 of footage taken at Rosedale on the south coast of NSW in the aftermath of the ferocious 2020 bushfires Video shoot: March 2020 Edit: May 27. Movement: Zsuzsi Soboslay Video: Sam James, Shimmerpixel.

28 04, 2020

Recovery and resilience: Darkpond

By | 2020-06-01T05:54:13+00:00 April 28th, 2020|bodysongs, collaborations, cross-disciplinary, dance ecology, ecology, inclusion projects, shamanism|0 Comments

Homage to Rosedale. With Sam James, first reconnoitre on the NSW South Coast following the bushfires. Photo and video: Samuel James, Shimmerpixel.

28 04, 2020

The Spread of Fear and Fire [i]

By | 2020-06-01T05:58:34+00:00 April 28th, 2020|bodysongs, clinical practice, collaborations, cross-disciplinary, dance ecology, ecology, environmental sciences, performance, shamanism|0 Comments

For International Dance Day, 2020. Sometimes our dance is about grief... Film and video by Samuel James, Shimmerpixel

11 06, 2019

The Culture Hub (2018-21)

By | 2019-10-08T01:20:47+00:00 June 11th, 2019|inclusion projects, Upcoming Events|0 Comments

The Culture Hub is a work-in-progress with the north Canberra Dinka (South Sudanese) diaspora community. This intergenerational and intercultural project creates a ‘safe village’ environment for the Dinka to restore and maintain cultural practices. From here, members can share with and contribute to the larger Canberra community from a basis of their strengths as [...]

11 06, 2019

Moon Stories: The Day the World Changed! (2019)

By | 2019-10-08T01:19:05+00:00 June 11th, 2019|collaborations, cross-discipilary, cross-disciplinary, ecology, educational, environmental sciences, galleries and visual arts, inclusion projects, intercultural, performance, theatre, Upcoming Events|0 Comments

Moon Stories: The Day the World Changed!  is a project that commemorates the 50th anniversary year of the broadcast of the first Moon Walk from the Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station, just outside the ACT. It deals with history, human footprints, cultural differences and ‘deep time’. The project establishes partnerships between [...]

4 11, 2018

The Portrait Piper

By | 2019-07-08T01:16:57+00:00 November 4th, 2018|collaborations, galleries and visual arts, performance, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Zsuzsi Soboslay, with flautist extraordinaire Eliza Shephard, leads a new guided interpretation of the life of portraits in the National Portrait Gallery, NPG Spring Festival, Oct 28, 2018. “We need a different kind of language and a different emotional register if we are going to touch people…. And that’s what you are creating…” [writer, [...]

2 10, 2018

Time Borrowed/Subnivien

By | 2019-06-17T06:29:53+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|collaborations, dance ecology, galleries and visual arts, performance, philosophy & ethics|0 Comments

Remembering a favourite collaboration with visual artist Annee Miron and sound artist Clive Bourne, @ CraftACT Craft and Design Centre, May 2017. Part of an exhibition of works by artists involved over 10 years of residences at Namadgi National Park   Time Borrowed/Subnivien: beneath us, a world we cannot see.   The weaving--a [...]