Six Seasons, One Country, Many Stories

‘Six Seasons, One Country, Many Stories’

Our ‘Six Seasons, One Country, Many Stories’ Project started late November 2021, with a guided walk on Taananeditj (Dempster Head) with Traditional Custodian and Esperance Tjlatjraak Ranger Jennell Reynolds. This was a magnificent opportunity to learn about, and reflect upon, the season of Kambarang and on the importance of acknowledging ancestors.

Nature writer Yann Toussaint also facilitated discussions about story-telling and the different ways that we connect to place over a shared lunch on Country and then in a workshop at Esperance Community Arts Space. This workshop was part of our Act Belong Commit Art for Mindfulness program.
A big thank you to Jennell Reynolds and Yann Toussaint for partnering with us on a year long journey of learning and storytelling in the lead up to the 2022 Esperance Wildflower Festival and to everyone who came along!

Our Act-Belong-Commit Art for Mindfulness Workshops:

Read about Workshop Series #1 here

Read about Workshop Series #2 here

Read about Workshop Series #3 here

Read about Workshop Series #4 here

Read about Workshop Series #5 here

Read about our Journaling Workshop here

Read about our Cyanotype Printmaking Workshop here

Read about our Book Binding Workshop here

Read about our Writing with Nature in Mind Workshop here