By Leanne Thompson
On Saturday, March 3, Big Fag Press hosted Sowing Stories, a workshop in social media strategies for ethically engaged creatives by Kirsten Bradley of Milkwood Permaculture fame. The event sold out straight away and on the day an interesting bunch of people walked through the door. Along with KSCA members Alex, Laura,
By Leanne Thompson
A very good communications strategy meeting indeed!Continue reading
Sowing Stories: a workshop on communications and storytelling for ethically engaged creativity.
With Kirsten Bradley from Milkwood Permaculture
Cost: $20 Places are limited, so if you’re keen then book straight away!
BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE
Date: Saturday March 3, 2018.
Location: Big Fag Press, Archway 4 Jubilee Park Oval, Chapman Road, Annandale.
Yikes, it’s begun! KSCA is now working on an exciting multi-partner project for 2018-2019 in regional NSW, for which we have been awarded funding through the Regional Partnerships scheme of Create NSW.
We are partnering with:
– Cementa Inc. (Kandos)
– The Living Classroom (Bingara)
– Starfish Initatives
– Arts North West (New England
Revisit the Futurelands2 talks and events that took place in and around Kandos on 12 – 13 November, 2016. Huge thanks to Justin Hewitson for making these! You can also view these videos at the KSCA youtube channel.
Farming the Land as if it was Australia: Bruce Pascoe
Fire, stars and seasons – Indigenous methodologies: Larry
Every couple months, the KSCA gang come together for a sleepover at Ian Milliss’ house. Because we live across the state and communicate most often via electronic media, these sleepovers are a precious time for us to get together in veritable reality and remind each other that we are all still embodied beings and thatContinue reading
Gilbert Grace writes:
As a painter, with an interest in the sustainable use of materials and resources, I see common threads linking traditional painting methods, agriculture, housing, and food production.
The painting ‘supports’ – canvas, timber and the natural size used to prime and glue the them together, are sourced from the land. Canvas is
On a nippy weekend in August, KSCA hosted a weekend gathering in beautiful rugged country outside of Rylstone, to share ideas about rural futures, art and sustainability, and rural/urban interaction. Here are Laura’s recollections.
There were 17 of us, travelling from as far north as Inverell as far south as Albury (I’ve listed those
So we had a long drive getting to the living classroom. It was a lot of fun, driving along narrow country roads that wound through the endless valley. It was a little bit of a shock, finding myself in the car with Laura and the first hour of the so was composed of an almostContinue reading
Laura and I recently took a road trip to Bingara to visit our partners at The Living Classroom and other local folk to establish connection and build relationships as a means of developing the latest KSCA project “An Artist a Farmer and a Scientist walk into the bar…”.
As the title implies, the project will bring