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Leaves of Lace

Leaves of Lace is a collaborative project presented by Boyd Community Hub and Craft Victoria as part of…

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Rhythm of Lace Workshops and Tactile Exhibition

A collaborative art project with the Textile Art Community. Two workshops in bobbin lace were held. …

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Tetrahedron Kite Workshops – City Of Darebin

A collaboration between City of Darebin and public artists Georgina Humphries and Lindy De Wijn for the…

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Kite Bunting Workshops – City of Darebin

The Kite Bunting Workshops were a collaboration between City of Darebin and public artists Georgina…

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Cochrane Stories

Cochrane Stories is the second grass roots community arts project coordinated by Lindy de Wijn in…

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Big Day Scout – The art part

Scouts Victoria held a huge wide game in Melbourne CBD on February 15 2015 where the objects to find were art. My role was to coordinate the art for the game.

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CERES – Bush Cubbies

Inception and coordination of bush cubby workshops for children at CERES Adventure Habitat as part of Nature Play Week.

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NARA Community Early Learning Centre Fence Project

The design and coordination of a fence painting project for Nara Community Early Learning Centre

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Lahinch Vessels

Lahinch Vessels is a subtle work placed within the landscape of Lahinch Reserve for the community to discover. It holds a special place in the hearts of the community members who participated in the project and assisted in establishing a strong sense of community, ownership and respect for the upgraded playspace.

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Western Health – Art for Secure GEM

A project that introduced art and environmental modifications to the secure GEM ward of Sunshine Hospital to improve the health and well being of patients, staff and visitors.

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CERES – Snakey Grass Path

The formulation of a project brief, competition and faciliation of an upgrade of the sandpit area of CERES Adventure Habitat

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Art Play Place – The Kinglake Ranges Playground Art Project

Art-Play-Place was a community arts project in which local artists worked with children from Kinglake Kindergarten and Childcare to create interactive, sensory outdoor artworks that were integrated into the new Kinglake Ranges Children’s Centre (KRCC) playground following the Black Saturday fires in 2009. The KRCC houses the Kindergarten, Childcare Centre and Maternal Child Health facilities.