Tags » Sensory

Peripheral umbrella. 

From a young age my mom would have me help her fold the laundry. When it came to anything that might have a stray string sticking to it, she would have to get rid of the string before giving me the item. 334 more words


This sensory wearable is designed for flirting

 With people more likely to be locking eyes with their smartphone screens these days when they’re hanging around in public, the London-based designers behind this feathery wearable are worried that the chances for exchanging flirtatious glances with passing strangers is being engineered out of daily life. 25 more words

My pants are shrinking

It’s been a few weeks (plus some) since my last post, and I’ve been up to a lot! I’ve been adjusting and loving my new placement in kindergarten. 455 more words

Education, Teacher, Student Teacher, Classroom

Catherine Meredith - Sensory Deprivation

I really like art that takes me out of my everyday experience, that’s mesmerizing, makes me feel like making work straight away, or removes or heightens sensory experience. 193 more words


Mummy Sensory

Timothy’s baby sensory teacher is amazing today it was a Mummy special.

While the babies enjoyed a pretend tea party.

All the mummies were given cake and grapefruit juice. 133 more words

Art & opera collide in a sensual night to remember

Opera Queensland and QAGOMA have joined forces to bring you Sensory – a one night only magical event where art and opera collide.

You will be mesmerized by live opera performances that take place throughout GOMA’s gallery space. 176 more words


And There I Stood...

…Facing towards the sun. Its gentle rays beaming upon my face.
The wind blew calmly on my back, slightly musing through my loosely tousled hair. 64 more words