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resilience Nature

Resilient Nature

Animals and plants have tremendous resilience in the event of a disaster. David Attenborough’s recent documentary A Life on Earth…
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Jacqui Lewis

Jacqui Lewis The Broad Place

Sometimes people can seem so freaking ‘balanced’ and successful that they become inaccessible, and their lives unattainable.  Particularly in the…
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October: Cocooning

“…They prudently are spinning their cocoon And anchoring it to an earth and moon…” Extract from The Cocoon, by four-times Pulitzer…
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domestic violence covid-19

The Shadow Pandemic

A safe home environment isn’t accessible to everyone. Globally, lockdowns and quarantines have coincided with a surge in domestic violence.…
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Re-emerging Artists

Forced into an unnaturally long hibernation, theatre companies, live music venues, and performance spaces around Sydney have spent the last…
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Theme: Pedagogy

“Ipsa scientia potestas est. Knowledge itself is power.” Attributed to Sir Francis Bacon In The Advancement of Learning (1605), lawyer, statesman, philosopher, and lord chancellor…
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Thrill of the Upskill

Be it crocheting, learning French, teaching your new pooch to staaaaaaay, or finally learning how to make your own website,…
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Underground Movement

Founded in 2017, the University of the Underground is a free, transnational university based in the basement of nightclubs –…
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