• The Making Effect Curator’s Summary

    When the idea of an online exhibition emerged during an AHNNA meeting in February, the smoke from the bushfires was still thick outside. A long time ago in this most extraordinary of years. What I remember our talking about at this meeting was language; how words like ‘trauma’ and ‘resilience’ and ‘disruption’ and ‘catastrophic’ had lost their meaning through over-use. And so an idea was launched to have an exhibition, where we would have the opportunity perhaps of learning a new language from artists, artists who were doing the re-defining of our times through their work at the margins of experience, the lived and the unimaginable.

  • TME #36: ‘What a Wonderful World’, Ian Laurence & Jonah and the Wailers

    Film composer Ian Laurence began his acapella choir 'Jonah & the Wailers' in 1996, and the choir is still rehearsing under his musical direction today.  They have performed in many major music venues, including Sydney’s iconic, 'The Basement', every year until it closed in 2017.

  • TME #35: ‘Arpeggio’, Jane Cavanough

    Jane designs and makes site specific artworks for public spaces, including parks, playgrounds and memorials. She began her career as a landscape architect, so for her, working with environmental themes and locating her sculpture outdoors was a logical progression. Her awards include the 2020 NSW Landscape Architecture Award for Arkadia Apartments in Alexandria, Jane’s sculpture Natus Ex Igne: Born from Fire, features in the forecourt.

AHNNA VALUES

We value health, and creativity. We see health and creativity as inseparable and founded in human connection. We understand health as constituted through creativity, culture, community and country.

We value leadership. We understand leadership as collective action, as creating opportunities for all of us, through sharing our vision.

Our values are practices. We practice deep listening and engaging ethically and in partnership with communities, carers, clinicians, artists, organisers: with all who seek health, or who seek to support health.

  • The Making Effect Curator’s Summary

    When the idea of an online exhibition emerged during an AHNNA meeting in February, the smoke from the bushfires was still thick outside. A long time ago in this most extraordinary of years. What I remember our talking about at this meeting was language; how words like ‘trauma’ and ‘resilience’ and ‘disruption’ and ‘catastrophic’ had lost their meaning through over-use. And so an idea was launched to have an exhibition, where we would have the opportunity perhaps of learning a new language from artists, artists who were doing the re-defining of our times through their work at the margins of experience, the lived and the unimaginable.

  • TME #36: ‘What a Wonderful World’, Ian Laurence & Jonah and the Wailers

    Film composer Ian Laurence began his acapella choir 'Jonah & the Wailers' in 1996, and the choir is still rehearsing under his musical direction today.  They have performed in many major music venues, including Sydney’s iconic, 'The Basement', every year until it closed in 2017.

  • TME #35: ‘Arpeggio’, Jane Cavanough

    Jane designs and makes site specific artworks for public spaces, including parks, playgrounds and memorials. She began her career as a landscape architect, so for her, working with environmental themes and locating her sculpture outdoors was a logical progression. Her awards include the 2020 NSW Landscape Architecture Award for Arkadia Apartments in Alexandria, Jane’s sculpture Natus Ex Igne: Born from Fire, features in the forecourt.

AHNNA VALUES

We value health, and creativity. We see health and creativity as inseparable and founded in human connection. We understand health as constituted through creativity, culture, community and country.

We value leadership. We understand leadership as collective action, as creating opportunities for all of us, through sharing our vision.

Our values are practices. We practice deep listening and engaging ethically and in partnership with communities, carers, clinicians, artists, organisers: with all who seek health, or who seek to support health.

  • The Making Effect Curator’s Summary

    When the idea of an online exhibition emerged during an AHNNA meeting in February, the smoke from the bushfires was still thick outside. A long time ago in this most extraordinary of years. What I remember our talking about at this meeting was language; how words like ‘trauma’ and ‘resilience’ and ‘disruption’ and ‘catastrophic’ had lost their meaning through over-use. And so an idea was launched to have an exhibition, where we would have the opportunity perhaps of learning a new language from artists, artists who were doing the re-defining of our times through their work at the margins of experience, the lived and the unimaginable.

  • TME #36: ‘What a Wonderful World’, Ian Laurence & Jonah and the Wailers

    Film composer Ian Laurence began his acapella choir 'Jonah & the Wailers' in 1996, and the choir is still rehearsing under his musical direction today.  They have performed in many major music venues, including Sydney’s iconic, 'The Basement', every year until it closed in 2017.

  • TME #35: ‘Arpeggio’, Jane Cavanough

    Jane designs and makes site specific artworks for public spaces, including parks, playgrounds and memorials. She began her career as a landscape architect, so for her, working with environmental themes and locating her sculpture outdoors was a logical progression. Her awards include the 2020 NSW Landscape Architecture Award for Arkadia Apartments in Alexandria, Jane’s sculpture Natus Ex Igne: Born from Fire, features in the forecourt.

AHNNA VALUES

We value health, and creativity. We see health and creativity as inseparable and founded in human connection. We understand health as constituted through creativity, culture, community and country.

We value leadership. We understand leadership as collective action, as creating opportunities for all of us, through sharing our vision.

Our values are practices. We practice deep listening and engaging ethically and in partnership with communities, carers, clinicians, artists, organisers: with all who seek health, or who seek to support health.

ACCESS, ADVOCATE, SHARE, CELEBRATE

We respect and acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia as the First Peoples and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

We respect and acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia as the First Peoples and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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The Making Effect Curator’s Summary

When the idea of an online exhibition emerged during an AHNNA meeting in February, the smoke from the bushfires was still thick outside. A long time ago in this most extraordinary of years. What I remember our talking about at this meeting was language; how words like ‘trauma’ and ‘resilience’ and ‘disruption’ and ‘catastrophic’ had lost their meaning through over-use. And so an idea was launched to have an exhibition, where we would have the opportunity perhaps of learning a new language from artists, artists who were doing the re-defining of our times through their work at the margins of experience, the lived and the unimaginable.

ART AT THE HEART OF HEALTHCARE AT LIVERPOOL HOSPITAL

The Liverpool Hospital's latest enterprise, the art exhibition 'The Healing Hospital Arts Project – Creating Wellbeing Environments', is a response to the ever increasing acknowledgment and evidence of the role art plays in our health and wellbeing. By using artwork to change the traditional hospital environment, in turn supports the mental health of both healthcare workers and patients and opens up opportunities for conversations around mental health and wellbeing.

VIRTUAL EXHIBITION: THE COVID-19 ART GALLERY

The World Health Organisation and Create2030 have combined to curate a virtual online exhibition called the #SolidarityShows. This is an art initiative, highlighting contributions from the creative community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Making Effect Curator’s Summary

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When the idea of an online exhibition emerged during an AHNNA meeting in February, the smoke from the bushfires was still thick outside. A long time ago in this most extraordinary of years. What I remember our talking about at this meeting was language; how words like ‘trauma’ and ‘resilience’ and ‘disruption’ and ‘catastrophic’ had lost their meaning through over-use. And so an idea was launched to have an exhibition, where we would have the opportunity perhaps of learning a new language from artists, artists who were doing the re-defining of our times through their work at the margins of experience, the lived and the unimaginable.

The Making Effect Curator’s Summary

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When the idea of an online exhibition emerged during an AHNNA meeting in February, the smoke from the bushfires was still thick outside. A long time ago in this most extraordinary of years. What I remember our talking about at this meeting was language; how words like ‘trauma’ and ‘resilience’ and ‘disruption’ and ‘catastrophic’ had lost their meaning through over-use. And so an idea was launched to have an exhibition, where we would have the opportunity perhaps of learning a new language from artists, artists who were doing the re-defining of our times through their work at the margins of experience, the lived and the unimaginable.

TME #35: ‘Arpeggio’, Jane Cavanough

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Jane designs and makes site specific artworks for public spaces, including parks, playgrounds and memorials. She began her career as a landscape architect, so for her, working with environmental themes and locating her sculpture outdoors was a logical progression. Her awards include the 2020 NSW Landscape Architecture Award for Arkadia Apartments in Alexandria, Jane’s sculpture Natus Ex Igne: Born from Fire, features in the forecourt.

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When the idea of an online exhibition emerged during an AHNNA meeting in February, the smoke from the bushfires was still thick outside. A long time ago in this most extraordinary of years. What I remember our talking about at this meeting was language; how words like ‘trauma’ and ‘resilience’ and ‘disruption’ and ‘catastrophic’ had lost their meaning through over-use. And so an idea was launched to have an exhibition, where we would have the opportunity perhaps of learning a new language from artists, artists who were doing the re-defining of our times through their work at the margins of experience, the lived and the unimaginable.

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Jane designs and makes site specific artworks for public spaces, including parks, playgrounds and memorials. She began her career as a landscape architect, so for her, working with environmental themes and locating her sculpture outdoors was a logical progression. Her awards include the 2020 NSW Landscape Architecture Award for Arkadia Apartments in Alexandria, Jane’s sculpture Natus Ex Igne: Born from Fire, features in the forecourt.

TME #34: ‘Move Dance Feel’, Emily Jenkins

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Emily Jenkins designs, implements and artistically leads original dance projects. Based in the UK, she has worked within participatory dance for over ten years, for organisations such as Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, English National Ballet and Siobhan Davies Dance. In that time she has facilitated countless dance experiences and created opportunities for dance engagement, and established herself as a social and creative entrepreneur.