My approach is rooted in the Head, Heart and Hands.
Paying attention to the core elements of the human condition,
intellectual, physical, emotional and spiritual.
This is the ground upon which I stand,
recognising the need for balance between these various components that make us human I am inspired by this definition of a social artist by Jean Houston . . .
"Social Artistry is the art of enhancing human capacities in the light of social complexity. It seeks to bring new ways of thinking, being and doing to social challenges in the world."
. . . and interested in the process of alchemy, whether the medium is clay, fabric, people or organisations, when we bring the elements of courage and creativity together with the intent of exploring change . . . magic can happen!
Rosalind J Turner
'exploring the cultural stories
Creativity & Play
'exploring how we are as human beings,
and the structures we design for ourselves'
Art requires ...
'unpacking the stories we tell ourselves,
and the identities we co-create'
Practice change ~ making . . .