Tag Archives: creativity

Girls can do anything!

Frances, as indicated by the above photograph, has been a community member and artist down south for years.  She has been ill for some time also, and died just recently. In thinking about her, I want to acknowledge the power … Continue reading

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We are here. It is now.

I went to a terrific exhibition last week. Photographs taken by Mark Thomson of roadside signs in isolated spots. He has thought a lot about time and space and the big distances in Australia, and come up with some funny … Continue reading

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Art of the body

I went to a really interesting exhibition this week at Adelaide Central School of Art. It featured the work of two women, Deb Prior, whose work I have seen previously (I have one of her pieces actually) and Cheryl Hutchens. … Continue reading

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Coming Home

On Anzac Day this year, which was mid-week, I did something a bit different. Instead of going up and down to Auburn (and dad wasn’t coming down this year) I stayed in town, and caught up with Nicky (who has … Continue reading

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Baskets and butterflies

Today was the annual Butterfly Walk down south, walking for a nonviolent, domestic violence free community – it has featured here before (and here) – but before that I had a great afternoon with some lovely women, learning how to weave baskets … Continue reading

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Creativity brightens a street

Kylie has been promising to do a blog post for a while (I love to have other people write here, hint hint). I really appreciate her sense of beauty and creativity (which has brightened this blog previously, and here and here … Continue reading

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Windblown

I met with Kylie yesterday – she has been doing a placement for her studies in early childhood education and had a great book with her – called Windblown… It’s about these 7 paper shapes that are blown about by … Continue reading

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