On this page you can view some of the digital stories I have made.
Stories from Country
ArtsAtlas is supported the City of Ballarat’s Arts and Culture Unit, Ballarat Arts Alive and VicHealth’s LEAP program and they provided funding for the following stories. The Dja Dja Wurrung people are from around Bendigo and Daylesford, living around the Loddon River.
Journey to Balibo, East Timor
In September 2013 I travelled to East Timor to attend a ceremony in Balibo to mark 10 years of friendship and the establishment of the community house. I had great fun staying with the Alma nuns and children at their orphanage in Dili, visiting Colégio Santo Inácio de Loiola in Tibar and then a moving experience back to Balibo for only the second time.
Hepburn Shire Sustainability Grant
Funding from the Hepburn Shire's sustainability grant allowed me to tell the story of How Organic Farming saved the World, according to organic farmer Rod May and also, profile Rosie Laszlo an artist who lives gently on the earth.
Storytelling in Iran
In February 2013 I was invited to the 16th International Storytelling Festival in Tabriz in Iran. It was the most amazing experience and great to travel to a place where storytelling is so highly revered.
The times they are a changing
ArtsAtlas is supported by the City of Ballarat’s Arts and Culture Unit, Ballarat Arts Alive and VicHealth’s LEAP program. LEAP funded the following project. Former dairy farmer and Vietnam Veteran, Ian Tinetti turned adversity into a winner when he created Cricket Willow. Mollongghip is a small town that sits atop the tail end of the Great Divide, meet some of its older residents
Meandering through Melbourne: Celebrating Cultural Diversity
ArtPlay is a creative arts studio for children aged two to 12 and their families. You can find it behind Federation Square, next to the Yarra River.At ArtPlay, children and artists have a unique opportunity to come together and imagine, explore and create high-quality art. Activities are free or for a small fee, and range from circus to indigenous art, mosaics to puppetry, exhibition to performance, creative movement to sculpture and comedy to cooking.