Eunice Cheung in residence

Eunice Cheung was born in Hong Kong, 1986 and graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Master of Fine Art. She specialises in Chinese gongbi (fine-brush) painting of animals, and her research is about the changing relationships

Eunice Cheung in residence

Eunice Cheung was born in Hong Kong, 1986 and graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Master of Fine Art. She specialises in Chinese gongbi (fine-brush) painting of animals, and her research is about the changing relationships

Simon becomes arts representative for the B4 Early Years Coalition

  Simon has been invited to become the Arts Leader for a new Tasmanian initiative. The B4 Early Years Coalition will connect people and organisations from across the Tasmanian community who are committed to supporting children, pregnancy to 4 years of

Simon becomes arts representative for the B4 Early Years Coalition

  Simon has been invited to become the Arts Leader for a new Tasmanian initiative. The B4 Early Years Coalition will connect people and organisations from across the Tasmanian community who are committed to supporting children, pregnancy to 4 years of

Australia Council three-day leadership event

We had  wonderful three days hosting 30 leaders from the arts across Australia as part of the Australia Council for the Arts Leadership program. Over the three days the group met together and in groups on the property and came

Australia Council three-day leadership event

We had  wonderful three days hosting 30 leaders from the arts across Australia as part of the Australia Council for the Arts Leadership program. Over the three days the group met together and in groups on the property and came

Ailsa Wild in residence

Write Ailsa Wild has travelled from Melbourne to find a little space to work on her writing. You can find out more about Ailsa at http://www.ailsawild.com – she is the author of the Squishy Tayor series – see http://www.squishytaylor.com Ailsa says: I grew

Ailsa Wild in residence

Write Ailsa Wild has travelled from Melbourne to find a little space to work on her writing. You can find out more about Ailsa at http://www.ailsawild.com – she is the author of the Squishy Tayor series – see http://www.squishytaylor.com Ailsa says: I grew

Making Readers – how to create and publish books with kids – 3 workshops for adults

  An introduction to making books and child-led publishing with Victoria Ryle, founder of Kids’ Own Publishing – held in the beautiful surrounds of All That We Are at 1450 overlooking Pipeclay Lagoon, near Clifton Beach. A relaxed, hands-on 3-part workshop series for

Making Readers – how to create and publish books with kids – 3 workshops for adults

  An introduction to making books and child-led publishing with Victoria Ryle, founder of Kids’ Own Publishing – held in the beautiful surrounds of All That We Are at 1450 overlooking Pipeclay Lagoon, near Clifton Beach. A relaxed, hands-on 3-part workshop series for

SITUATE provocateurs gathering

The SITUATE Arts Lab is a professional development program for selected participants. Artists are encouraged to take risks, expand their practice, develop concepts, consider works of scale, and connect with festival audiences through the development of public art projects. Mentors and

SITUATE provocateurs gathering

The SITUATE Arts Lab is a professional development program for selected participants. Artists are encouraged to take risks, expand their practice, develop concepts, consider works of scale, and connect with festival audiences through the development of public art projects. Mentors and

Nancy J. Adler in residence

Nancy Adler comes to All That We Are from Montreal, Canada, where she is an artist and the Bronfman Chair in Management at McGill University. Having just been in New Zealand as a Cultural Fellow of the University of Auckland

Nancy J. Adler in residence

Nancy Adler comes to All That We Are from Montreal, Canada, where she is an artist and the Bronfman Chair in Management at McGill University. Having just been in New Zealand as a Cultural Fellow of the University of Auckland