DIRRUM CONFERENCE 2015

LIVING INTO OUR NAME

Bringing life beyond our own smallness; our name, the name we all share as humans. 

 

The conference looked closely at things as they were, question the myths we lived by and explored how we can share rather than exploit power. We created a welcoming space and invited non-judgmental clarity of sight. 

 

We dared to ask the right or hard questions and welcomed a mutual drawing near to vulnerability. The outcome was energised, intelligent action, an increasing culture of compassion and service to the common good.

#belcobeyondborders

People, paper, pictures, paper boats, portraits, art, and no borders.

John Knight Park on Friday 31 July 2015.

EARTH AND SKY I

Remarkable speakers, interaction, collaboration.

Radford College on Saturday 1 August 2015.

EARTH AND SKY II

Remarkable speakers, interaction, collaboration.

Radford College on Saturday 1 August 2015.

EARTH AND FIRE

 

Student voice, fire, band, music, stories, dance floor, flaming giant, and George Huitker & Junk Sculpture.

 

George Huitker & Junk Sculpture dedicate the evening's performance to Matt Pye, the staff and students at Crossing The Divide, and all who work in indigenous education to close an ever widening gap. We need to do more than talk about it.

TB Miller Hall on Friday 31 July 2015.

EARTH AND TIMBER

 

'Walking Along Side' student leadership workshop. Skills for building change. Hosted by George Huitker, Director of Service Learning.

Radford College on Monday 3 August 2015.

EARTH AND SKY III

 

Remarkable speakers, interaction, collaboration.

Radford College on Sunday 2 August 2015.

 

SPEAKERS

 

VIDEOS

 

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