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It was just so rewarding and exciting to assist my friend Danielle Wilson by filming behind the scenes of her project Dance for Recovery. She was supported in her vision by two community arts workers, Avril Duck and Melissa Robertson working … Continue reading
Nature – so much peace and calm to be found in her rainforests, by her oceans with sunrises and sunsets full of glory, at the top of her mountains or in planes where we can perch and see the topographies … Continue reading
A creative workshop designed for inclusive participation – created by Danielle Wilson, who also takes Free to Move Classes in Mission Beach. Isay supporting and some other creatives will be coming along. Find out more from Melissa and Avril. If … Continue reading
Preparing for an exhibition is like preparing for a birth – only you know the exact date (not a rough estimate give or take a few) and you have to meet it. Everyone is there to watch, not just your … Continue reading
Saturday Morning 10th March The morning of the aftermath presentation arrives and my friends ask if I’d like to go to the West End Markets before my talk. It seems like a good idea to quell the nerves. It is … Continue reading