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|

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/   [...]

The Culture Hub (2018-21)

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

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 [...]

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|

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 [...]

How Rainforests Talk (2019-21)

By | 2018-11-25T03:58:16+00:00 June 11th, 2018|cross-disciplinary, ecology, educational, environmental sciences, inclusion projects, Upcoming Events|

A multisensory project on the way ecosystems develop, communicate and sustain themselves. In development with the Australian National Botanic Gardens, to coincide with the opening of their new greenhouse Conservatory, part of the ANBG 50th anniversary celebrations in early 2020. The Conservatory will represent three rainforest ecosystems--two from Kakadu; one from Christmas Island. The [...]