On the Friday morning Helen facilitated a workshop: Writing and reading feedback. We talked about reviews and what they can add to a performer’s journey.
Hard to believe, I know, but there are some life skills that I have never mastered. I cannot click my fingers, or roll my tongue
This easter I went to Newtown for my holidays. It was fun. There was chocolate, cake and hot cross buns, coffee, yoga and lots of
Mihi nui ki a koutou katoa, a nga wahine toa na. Grounded exuberant pensive creative sparkling tribe of mine, such a joy to be with
On Monday we had our open stage event and closing night party. We had a great time. Hula hoops helped. Judith.
Jack Trolove offered us the opportunity to explore working with some everyday materials to create visual starting points for thinking around an idea. We ‘played’
On Monday afternoon we had the AGM. Jessica and Madeline co-chaired with aplomb. We saluted absent friends. Progress was reported and such.
After a free Sunday morning, we came together for lunch then our only work in progress of the day. Jade Valour lay out the bones
Sunday afternoon our self-appointed task was: working with four of the presentations, to develop ideas and look for concrete next steps. This was a way
Challen Wilson and Helen Varley Jamieson discussed their approaches to remote collaboration in making work. Challen had earlier presented: Winter Overture: extracted – the spirit