Events are a way to share your creative work with a wider audience.
Artist/activit looking at how to use theatricality as a vital part of social movement campaigns. Writer/performer and strategist hosting a short talk, a conversation, and perhaps a brief performance of ECONOMUSIC: KEEPING SCORE, one of his more ridiculous pieces.
Design Assembly is delighted to present our DA Conversations Autumn 2018 series taking place in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in March and April.
Art has been a powerful creative force in my life. After being diagnosed with PTSD in my late 30s I found myself trying to make sense of my life and feelings through creative expression.
We are looking for true-life tales of family lore - the stories that are told again and again... the eccentric aunties or famous (infamous?) cousins... the mysterious great great grandmother who may have been a witch... Then there are the stories that happened to people you know in your neighbourhood... the hard to believe stories that seem almost like myths. We want to hear them all!
Free to attend // participation welcomed // all ages
Meet up and work.
-We all talk about what we are making ( drawing, music, poetry, business, anything)
-Shameless self promotion where relevant
Then we work for and hour or so and check in about what we made.
Join us for an afternoon and evening seminar with Australia's leading fermentation practitioner, Sharon Flynn. Author of "Ferment for Good" and founder of The Fermentary.
A public talk about life after a PTSD diagnosis and how exploring art has been both an illuminating and anchoring force in processing my trauma.
Jonathan Crayford is an award winning pianist, multi-instrumentalist and critically-acclaimed composer from New Zealand.