PRESENTERS: IRIS CURTEIS & HAMISH MACKAY
MARCH 22nd 2015 9.00a.m. – 4.30 p.m.
MOUNT CHRISTOPHERSON, MULDIVA ROAD, BOSTOBRICK
Cost $60 p.p. Lunch included
To offer you concrete skills to be an effective change-maker within your own life and in your communities;
To introduce a process that allows us together to shift ‘the system’ from ego to eco consciousness
Social Artist and Storyteller, Iris Curteis uses folktales and her Story Vision process to show: why we collectively create outcomes none of us individually want, how we can imaginatively shift “passive thinking” into conscious creativity to tell stories of who we really are and what we can do to connect more deeply to our authentic intentions.
Hamish Mackay will offer inspiring introductions, exercises and conversations that unpack structures of money and power that determine how we think, feel and act in the world
Iris Curteis inherited her storytelling skills from her grandmother, added formal studies in Visual Art, Storytelling, Speechformation and Dramatic Art (Europe), a B.A. and B.A. Hon in Creative Writing and Ph.D. on Storytelling, Community Building and Social Responsibility (Australia).
Hamish Mackay is passionate about Associative Economics; as a change-maker he has over forty-years of experience working with pioneer, start-up and not-for-profit organisations in Australia, UK, USA, South Africa, New Zealand and India.
PDF flyer – Meeting the Devil’s Grandmother