Imagined Touch | a deafblind live art experience

I recently attended an exhibition which was perspective shifting to say the least.¬†¬†An insight into the strength and vulnerabilities of the deafblind. The deafblind population in Australia is approximately 300,000.¬† For these individuals, the primary form of communication is through signing into the hand ‚Ästa tactile sign language known as haptics.¬†¬† In Imagined Touch - … Continue reading Imagined Touch | a deafblind live art experience

Is 2016 the year pUsh comes to shOve?

We're only in week¬†two and 2016 has not been gentle¬†thus far. As well as personal loss and challenging shifts,¬† many¬†have been touched across the¬†globe with¬†the departure of¬†iconic artists who opened our minds, shifted our perceptions and left us with a¬†catalogue of work that we now revisit and marvel at once again.¬†¬† In the wake of … Continue reading Is 2016 the year pUsh comes to shOve?

Three Destructive Things school taught you

¬† The article below¬†rings so true - I had the same experience...¬† but unlike¬†its author¬†Mark Manson - I didn't overcome¬†these limiting beliefs¬†until recently. For one of my final year English¬†exams, the creative writing portion (which I usually exceeded at) was to write a story¬†created from¬†the sentence provided.¬† The sentence was something about discovering a box.¬†¬†I … Continue reading Three Destructive Things school taught you

The Green Season – Why am I unhappy?

There‚Äôs an energy and awareness spreading globally as many people search for help and guidance to find purpose, happiness and inner calm.¬† Many of us are feeling challenged¬†and disconnected from ourselves, our health¬†or other areas¬†of our lives and are looking¬†for ways to re-connect and heal.¬† We keep asking ourselves -¬† 'Why am I unhappy? It's … Continue reading The Green Season – Why am I unhappy?