Saturday, April 9, 2011

Bouquet to Bonorong

Congratulations to Greg Irons, Director of Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary who tonight was the category winner for the Hydro Environment Award at the Tasmanian Young Achiever Awards. It was fantastic to see his hard work rewarded.
I was lucky enough to be part of the team that worked on the nomination and am thrilled to be able to offer my skills pro bono to an organisation that is looking at such creative and innovative approaches.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Another word for Coaching?

Can someone please find another word for coaching. My work with artists and individuals with an idea is proving to be extremely positive, with good outcomes and a huge sense of accomplishment and positivity. But I do find myself cringing at the terms consultant or coach, so if anyone has any other words that might suit, please send them through.
What a lucky girl I am to work with such people.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011


A very exciting opportunity for individuals and non profits who need a website. Chi Ling is a fantastic web and graphic designer who is offering free websites to 3 lucky, lucky people. More info coming soon...

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Catching up

What an eventful week it has been. Juggling a few roles at the moment, but there is a lovely connection between them all that is very rewarding and inspiring.
The report from the Tasmanian Social Enterprise Study is being finalised and will include some fantastic profiles from those working in the sector. We are hoping to continue the work as it has created such immense interest.
My connection with Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary continues in various forms and I am very happy to be heading along to the Tasmanian Young Achievers Award with the team to see if Director, Greg Irons gets a guernsey.
I am continuing to work with artists and was so happy to assist Gay Hawkes in her Dunalley Calico Museum. What a privilege to see such beautiful work.
This week I catch up with Naomi Howard following the success of her solo exhibition and am meeting Chi Ling a young web and graphic designer who is starting her own business. She has a beautiful illustrative style with subtle Asian influences.
Last night was the first gathering of artists and arts reps interested in the discussion about a Tasmanian independent arts body to build support for the arts and ideally funding. With about 25 people, there was plenty of discussion and the next meeting is to be scheduled in the next 2 weeks.

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