Category: Our Collective

Posts about people in the Collective

Creative Arts Leadership Program 2020

••••• SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ••••• Leadership is a hot topic – first around the summer bushfires, now around responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, revealing the intersection between health, economics, and community. Our creative arts sector has been severely impacted. This is where leadership counts. By reading this paper and joining the forum discussion, you are helping […]

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Arts & Culture Cross Sector Collaboration

IMAGE: KATOOMBA STREET ART GALLERY, BLUE MOUNTAINS The Street Art Walk is a dynamic, community-driven cultural treasure of the Blue Mountains, created by Street Art Murals Australia (SAMA) in partnership with the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, University of Western Sydney and relevant stakeholders in the Beverly Place precinct. This example of cross sector collaboration resulted [...]
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Mythic Ways of Knowing

Dream We are all familiar with the way dreams speak to us in strangely assembled images, drawn from the past, interspersed with our fears, and projected into our future. There is even the ‘science’ of travelling through space and time with lucid (consciously aware) dreaming. While dreams clearly have a function in helping us process [...]
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Encountering the Wild at Dargan 2019

With generous support from Bendigo Community Bank, BMCAN’s Wild Mountain Collective, together with Gallery H and Monkey Creek Café, held their annual Encountering the Wild multi-arts event on the edge of the spectacular Monkey Creek escarpment between Bell and Lithgow, on Saturday 30 November. Peter Carroll, Chair of the Bendigo Sponsorship Committee: The Board of [...]
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Peter White on Hope in the Age of Anxiety

https://natureconnect.com.au/genuine-hope-within-the-moment-point-moving-beyond-sugar-coated-hope/BEYOND BEYOND SUGAR COATED OPTIMISM Hope can be genuinely expressed from a position of rationality, that is based on a considered assessment of the situation, the risks and the evidence underpinning the desired outcome. It can be also be expressed from a position of inner knowing, what I described in my last blog as arising […]

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