Tag Archives: creativity

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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Creativity and moving on from violence

Yesterday I went to the launch of the fourth Photovoice exhibition of pictures created by women from the local area who have been affected by domestic violence. These programs have been happening down south since 2012 and are a wonderful … Continue reading

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Going through the wormhole

Today we held a workshop for CHO on creativity and how to catch and hatch ideas. It was run by our dear pal Fiona, and was wonderful fun. There were about 17 of us present, with some folk coming and … Continue reading

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Paint chip poetry

Kylie, who has written this post (many thanks!), has a great track record for finding good things on the internet and using technology to connect, create and communicate. She is also really good at doing things – having a go at creative … Continue reading

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