Tag Archives: Social Inclusion
‘Laura Alice is a Geelong-based artist who creates inky paintings and street art. Her works are illustrative, playful, serene and whimsical, exploring a world of contemplative creatures and their human companions. She paints from the heart, finding her inspiration in … Continue reading →
It seems a long time since the woman holding this beautiful embroidered button she’d just finished, began her involvement with the Greeves St. project. But, I think anyway, that is because we have grown to know her and love her … Continue reading →
Love this shop. It is good for books and good for homewares. And I love that they love us! You can out more about The Grumpy Swimmer here.
We are moving through the ten week program so quickly now. I mean this in the sense that it is flying by and I don’t want it to ever have to end. Friday afternoons are fun. And creative. And funny. … Continue reading →
After sewing every Friday afternoon for nearly a year, and helping to create a process rich and interesting course for others, our first participant has received her own sewing machine. Thanks Roger Smith, at the Statewide Sewing Centre Coburg store, … Continue reading →
We might make it after all! Only hours to go though, and it is a real nail-biter. The Greeves St. Project is sitting on 93% and we need $379-00 to reach our target. Here is a story to inspire you … Continue reading →
Here’s how to do it: Go to https://letsact.com.au/projects/the-greeves-st-project/ 2. Go to ‘Login’ at the top next to the search button. Sign in/ create an account with your email or sign in with Facebook. Simply follow the prompts. Hover over the arrow … Continue reading →