Reflections post Saltwater at AusAsia

  Image from Walking Borders, courtesy of Scotia Monkivitch “I would also like to remember that while we gather here today to share in a meal over a migrant’s story, another group of people are gathering in front of Lady Cilento Hospital in solidarity with asylum seekers. I carry a red passport from the country… Continue reading Reflections post Saltwater at AusAsia

He said, she said…

One thing that has surfaced in the conversations so far that has left me pleasantly curious is our perception of time. "I think that 5 years is a really long time in this world..." "5 years doesn’t seem that far away…" In context, the question I actually do ask is: Do you think that in… Continue reading He said, she said…

In residence / leaving things behind

Some months ago, an Uber driver told me about the greenhouse he was building in his backyard so he could grow bananas here in Melbourne. It wasn’t the bananas he was after, no, not exactly. It was the banana leaves. Having moved here from Chennai with his wife, they have a young child. He works… Continue reading In residence / leaving things behind

talking about the funk

I have been terribly quiet on this space. And when I visit this site, I often find myself feeling bad at my lack of discipline. I definitely need to work on being more disciplined, that is for sure. It's not that I don't have the thoughts though. There is a lot of reflection happening, critical… Continue reading talking about the funk

Audio Stage: Responsibility in cultural leadership

Such an important conversation.

ESTHER ANATOLITIS

It was a great honour to be a guest alongside Angharad Wynne-Jones for the Audio Stage podcast by Jana Perković and Fleur Kilpatrick with Kieran Ruffles.

Our discussion spanned the creative, professional and civic aspects of cultural leadership with a focus on responsibility and what this means to us both. Our discussion was deeply honest, critical, and – on listening back – expansive and ambitious for what we each hope to make possible across all our working contexts.

PODCAST:
http://audiostage.guerrillasemiotics.com/?p=268 (1:01:12)

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a living reflection

Preface // I wrote this reflection at the end of of my postgraduate year at VCA in 2010. It was a play on the vocabulary that I've picked up then - namely "I don't know (pronounced "noy")" and "I reckon." I chanced upon this today, and find it most relevant still, and thought to kickstart… Continue reading a living reflection