Arts and Cultural, Deaf, Deaf Arts, Deaf Culture, Deaf Experience, Travel

Deaffest at Wolverhampton, UK

Wolverhampton: Deaffest Friday 12 to Sunday 14 May 2017 Deaffest - https://deaffest.co.uk Photos – (coming soon – don’t know when) Fun frame: - http://www.willowphotography.co.uk/view--order-pictures/942484 Deaffest is a weekend of showcasing films and documentaries made by deaf filmmakers. Exhibitions, seminars, workshops, parties and networking take place at the festival and everyone is welcome to take part,… Continue reading Deaffest at Wolverhampton, UK

Deaf, Deaf Arts

Dancing your way through hearing companies

I have gone to many circus, dance and movement classes over the years and now studying at Queensland University of Technology, yet I am often isolated along with other Deaf artists who chose Arts as their career (dance, theatre, circus and so forth).  Although I am still determined to achieve what I have come to… Continue reading Dancing your way through hearing companies

Deaf, Professional Development, Project, Research and Development, Travel

Emoti-Chairs at Christmas Carol in London, Ontario, Canada

It was an interesting and intriguing experience as I really enjoyed working with the new concept to allow Deaf people to enjoy music and other sounds.  I am still gaining better understanding of the interaction with the emoti-chair ... to be honest, I want one!!  It is the best experience that I ever had, even without… Continue reading Emoti-Chairs at Christmas Carol in London, Ontario, Canada

Circus, Deaf Arts, Personal

Time to be thankful

It is time to be thankful and no it is not thanksgiving here in Australia.  It has been a very big year for me trying to manage everything and keeping myself sane along the way.  I am really impressed with what I have done so far.  I wouldn’t have done this without the people that… Continue reading Time to be thankful