Nested

The Bridge Art Project have invited Mildura artist Rach Kendrigan from Regenerative Communities to host their workshop Nested on the site of the Bridge Art Project in Moama.

Rach is a practicing artist and community development worker from the Mallee. With 15 years experience working in arts, culture and community they bring systems thinking, creativity and collaboration to everything they do.

Rach’s creative process explores the intersections between body and place, with practices grounded in Bodyweather, Rewilding, Yoga, Buddhism, Regenerative Practice and Holistic Decision Making.

The Nested workshop will explore deepening our connection to – and understanding of – how we are nested within community, place and self.

Working on the Bridge Art Project site, through guided experiences in the landscape we will explore learning from nature through presence & noticing, deep listening and collective being.

The workshops are open to, and suitable for anyone who has an interest in learning more about these practices and applying them to their work, creative practice, community and personal life.

Date: Sunday 21 August 2022
Time: 2pm-5pm
Venue: Bridge Art Project site, Moama
Cost: $35
Spaces are limited, please register by 18 August.

Location and access instructions will be sent out to registrants prior.

If you have any questions please email Rach at hello@regenerativecommunities.com.au


Please note this workshop series has sold out. If you would like to join the waitlist and be notified of future offerings, please follow the ticketing link and click ‘get tickets’ and you can sign up there. All going well and with enough interest, we would love to run a second series.

Regenerative Communities are hosting Nested, our inaugural 6 week workshop series facilitated by Rach Kendrigan.

Rach is a practicing artist and community development worker from the Mallee. With 15 years experience working in arts, culture and community they bring systems thinking, creativity and collaboration to everything they do.

Rach’s creative process explores the intersections between body and place, with practices grounded in Bodyweather, Rewilding, Yoga, Buddhism, Regenerative Practice and Holistic Decision Making.

The Nested workshop series will explore deepening our connection to – and understanding of – how we are nested within community, place and self. Through guided experiences in the local landscape we will explore learning from nature, perspective, time and trajectory, deep listening and values based living.

The workshops are open to, and suitable for anyone who has an interest in learning more about these practices and applying them to their work, creative practice, community and personal life.

Dates: Sundays 15, 22, 29 May, 5, 12, 19 June

Time: 2pm-3.30pm

Venue: Lock Island, Mildura

If you have any questions please send an email to Rach at: hello@regenerativecommunities.com.au

The cost of this workshop series is free thanks to the support of the Mildura Rural City Council Community Grants Program.

Spaces are limited, please register by COB 12th May 2022