Common Ground: Theodore - one place, many journeys
17 July - 15 August 2020
Common Ground: Theodore – one place, many journeys is an exhibition by artists from the Theodore region. Common Ground explores each artist’s connection to place and community as they reflect on living in this corner of the world.
More information coming soon.
Banner Image: Tracey Hewitt, As Summer Fades (detail) 2019, acrylic and pen on paper. Courtesy of the artist.
Week 2: Sticks and Stones
Create ‘inspiration' sticks and rocks using natural objects collected from our place in the world, they will be painted and decorated as touchstones or reminders.
Week 3: Me As a Tree
Drawing ourselves as trees, creating an avenue to reflect on qualities or habits that support us, qualities or habits we want to nurture and grow and qualities or habits we would like to drop and shed.
Week 4: Hands on Emotions
Using a tracing of our own hands, we’ll explore mindfulness and emotions in relation to a chosen situation as we turn that hand tracing into artwork.
Grounding and Connecting to Our Place and Ourselves Through Art Journaling explores mindfulness and self-reflection. The Queensland Government Mental Wellbeing website has some great resources and information regarding mental wellbeing as well as information for further support services available.