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One pampered little car!

My next stop is Kensington Market…! Wow, where do I begin, how can I describe this amazing place? If, I had to describe it in one sentence it would be: “A colorful, eclectic and funky community neighborhood where all type of styles and tastes can be satisfied”. 257 more words


A Fresh look in Cleveland Ohio

A group of large, bright, colorful animals are visiting Cleveland Ohio now. Regeneration Cleveland is a project the Land Studio coordinated with CrackedArt of Milan, Italy. 33 more words

Navigating dilemmas of community development: Practitioner reflections on working with Aboriginal communities


Intrinsically, community development involves navigating dilemmas. These dilemmas have intensified as neoliberal “arts of government” become more widespread and a “results agenda” more entrenched. Recent studies explore how community development practitioners manage the ambiguities of this current context. 8,530 more words

Working With Communities

Becoming a Creative Dementia Arts Professional

This Creative Dementia Arts Network Training Day wasn’t brilliant timing, as I really wanted to concentrate on the Final Show but I felt I couldn’t afford to miss it. 169 more words

Reflective Practice

Final Show Preparation 3: Practical stuff

Glass- bowls

The glass -bowls are all washed and sparkling, then wrapped in several layers of bubble-wrap, packing materials and in boxes ready to go. A strange combination of my personal ‘identities ‘ were referenced by using these boxes, I realised …. 190 more words

Reflective Practice

Final Show Preparation 2

It was important for me to source the materials for the show as locally  as possible with connections to the specific local communities I work with and for them to link with the themes of my work in the project so far so… 610 more words

Reflective Practice

Back to the basics: Self edition

Have you ever looked back at the person you were and wish you could get back to that point?

Today I had the privs of catching up with a very good school friend of mine… … 433 more words