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'Before I Die' project photos

Click on the link to see the ‘Before I Die’ Flinders Island project Pinterest board: http://www.pinterest.com/akehurst0635/before-i-die-project/

The Flinders Island board will appear on the official website shortly.

Flinders Island

Hollowform: Call for Entries

Enclosed vessels carry such a rich history in both their contents, their creation and the reflections of the society that created them. The Cultural Arts Center seeks to further understanding of the “format” across mediums – shape, texture, primary mass, usability, ceremony, rhythm, shoulder, mouth, and lid – the common language of the hollow vessel. 103 more words

Community Outreach

cherishing life despite the struggles

Monday Art Group continues to be a vibrant and important space within Evangeline where women can engage in deinstitutionalizing relationships within the institutional setting. We work together to challenge and disrupt the disciplines asserted against the impoverished body. 21 more words

Monday Art Group

Acoustic Flow -- Second Session

And into round two. The wonderfully talented Womyn of Indigo (of which I am 1/4 of) are at it again, offering high quality song-writing workshops to the community… 148 more words


Joan Littlewood and Stratford Fair

Adapted from ‘Community Art an Anthropological Perspective’ by Kate Crehan, 2011 

Free Form Arts Trust, which was instrumental in the foundation of Chats Palace (1976) and in starting the annual Hackney Marsh Fun Festival (1974 – 1995), had previously organised their first neighbourhood festival on the Keir Hardie Estate in Canning Town in 1972. 331 more words


Before I Die Wall - mission accomplished

The wall will be uploaded to the official beforeidie.com website shortly

Here are all the comments at the project’s completion Before I Die Wall

( I understand that the wall is still up and will be used again by Flinders Island Council due to public demand !)

Flinders Island

Yarndale here we come ..... a promise kept.

Hello All

And yes… I made it … correction …Lorry and me made it to (drumroll please) YARNDALE whoo-hoo.

All good things start with a journey and Lorry knows the most civilized way to travel, Earl Grey and ginger biscuits, what else? 509 more words