Category Archives: VISITOR REFLECTIONS

A reflection by Emma Constantine

On arrival at All That We Are, I immediately felt very safe. There was no expectation, no required outcome of my time there. The time was mine. Simon and Victoria made that very clear. Yet they were also incredibly willing to

A reflection by Emma Constantine

On arrival at All That We Are, I immediately felt very safe. There was no expectation, no required outcome of my time there. The time was mine. Simon and Victoria made that very clear. Yet they were also incredibly willing to

Bec Stevens in residence

I’m back at All That We Are for a second residency. A week in the bright studio space, amongst the open forest, of the Ridgeline above Pipe Clay Lagoon. During my first residency I set myself a plan for accomplishing

Bec Stevens in residence

I’m back at All That We Are for a second residency. A week in the bright studio space, amongst the open forest, of the Ridgeline above Pipe Clay Lagoon. During my first residency I set myself a plan for accomplishing

Heather Leatham in residence

Treading Lightly: I am very grateful for this opportunity to take some time out of the busy pace of daily life and focus on creative thought and practice. The effects of being in this peaceful place are immediate, and my

Heather Leatham in residence

Treading Lightly: I am very grateful for this opportunity to take some time out of the busy pace of daily life and focus on creative thought and practice. The effects of being in this peaceful place are immediate, and my

Madelaine Flynn, Tim Humphrey and Live Umbrella Arts from Finland in residence

We Johanna Tuukkanen, Pekka Mäkinen, Maija Eränen, (Live Umbrella Artists from Finland) with Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey, from Australia, gathered here to consider our existential risk project amid the celebrations for the Tasmanian solstice. It has been a chance

Madelaine Flynn, Tim Humphrey and Live Umbrella Arts from Finland in residence

We Johanna Tuukkanen, Pekka Mäkinen, Maija Eränen, (Live Umbrella Artists from Finland) with Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey, from Australia, gathered here to consider our existential risk project amid the celebrations for the Tasmanian solstice. It has been a chance

A reflection by writer Ailsa Wild

I’ve got the skylight room. When I wake in the night, I open my eyes and I’m looking up into forever. The stars are bright. I force my eyes open even though they’re sleepy-blurry, even though I want to be

A reflection by writer Ailsa Wild

I’ve got the skylight room. When I wake in the night, I open my eyes and I’m looking up into forever. The stars are bright. I force my eyes open even though they’re sleepy-blurry, even though I want to be

A reflection by Kerri McConchie

By the time I arrived at 1450 I was in real need of a break but also still very busy with preparing new works for pending exhibitions. So arrived pretty stressed, but at the end of nine days I left

A reflection by Kerri McConchie

By the time I arrived at 1450 I was in real need of a break but also still very busy with preparing new works for pending exhibitions. So arrived pretty stressed, but at the end of nine days I left

Jennifer Barrett in residence on IWD 2017

Writer Jennifer Barrett (second from left)  from Dublin undertook a seven day residency at 1450 to work on her new book. Jennifer, author of Look into the Eye and The Songbird’s Way had visited Australia but not Tasmania before. This

Jennifer Barrett in residence on IWD 2017

Writer Jennifer Barrett (second from left)  from Dublin undertook a seven day residency at 1450 to work on her new book. Jennifer, author of Look into the Eye and The Songbird’s Way had visited Australia but not Tasmania before. This