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A message for aspiring community placemakers

  I had such a great time running two ‘idea-storming’ placemaking workshops for the City of Port Adelaide Enfield over the past week! There is nothing better in this world than spending time with people who are bursting with ideas to bring their neighbourhoods to life. I firmly believe that an idea shared, is an […]

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Community placemaker expo – introducing Tracey Davis

“By the people, for the people.” It was wonderful to facilitate on-stage interviews with community placemakers at the recent Place Invaders event held at Port Adelaide recently. The event was sold out, jam-packed with a great crowd of Port Adelaide folks. So I thought I might share some more info on these inspiring local citizens over […]

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Open letter to our Kitchen Table Conference family

  I would like to send out a HUGE THANKYOU to every single one of you who helped bring the magic to the Kitchen Table Conference on 6 October. I came away filled with optimism and inspiration. So many new connections made! A few moments have continued to stay with me: Acknowledgement to country made […]

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Kitchen Table Conference – early program now available

“To apply yourself beyond yourself is an act of citizenry,” Jay Weatherill speaking at the Open State launch. We love these words from our Premier, because they perfectly sum up what our Kitchen Table Conference is all about. The Morph-it family invites you to join us at our home for a boutique conference experience like […]

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Bench installation leads to unexpected learnings

A few months back I delivered a simple project for the City of Port Adelaide Enfield which opened my eyes up to the power of creativity. The objective was to connect with Semaphore Library customers and deliver a ‘positive vibes’ place installation and give an uplift to a sad and lonely street bench. It was a […]

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Live chalk art at Marion Celebrates Festival

It was a privilege to be invited to do live chalk art at Marion Celebrates community Festival, in March this year. Many thousands joined in with the local street party. We connected with so many wonderful people, whose interest and enthusiasm fueled the work. We have been creating vivid representations of little known South Australian animals […]