Is your spark feeling a little dull, has your creative juice evaporated with the dry season winds? Let’s get those juices flowing again. Playfulness and curiosity are the perfect monsoon to the covid creative drought. Step out of your everyday and into a world of your imagination.
*** COVID19 | PLEASE DO NOT attend this event if you are feeling unwell or displaying flu like symptoms ***
Drawing on yogic tools of breath, posture and sound we will raise our magical power, invoke the spells of the great sages and develop mastery of our energy bodies.
Please dress in your magical attire, that you can move freely in. Bring your openness to imagination and play. You may also bring your non-live familiar with you (photos, drawings, inanimate manifestations are welcome).
Before class you will need to consider your magical name, your favourite spell and potion, and are invited to create a more detailed ‘back story’.
You may attend one or both classes.
– There will be hand santizer available at the event for you to use before, during and after.
– We ask that you apply physical distancing of 1.5m at all times during this event.
– In the case of a Corona outbreak your contact details will be shared with health authorities.
This event is drug free which includes alcohol, we ask that you bring a water bottle that can be re-filled to help us on our waste free mission.
Facilitated by Felicity Wardle
I am passionately into experimental performance art, multi-disciplinary collaborations, and cross-cultural projects. My interests are as much about the process of creation, as in the end results.
As a conceptual artist, I am drawn to explore themes and topics with a grounded research methodology. I let the questions emerge naturally and explore a multi-disciplinary approach weaving a variety of art forms, psychology and spirituality into all of my explorations.
My current interest is in the concept of Presence. As an artist I am intrigued by how we bring this quality to the stage and into our daily lives. ‘Presence’ influences all of our relationships and especially the dialogue between artist and audience.