crafternoon delight

The things that come before affect the things that come after, and the things that follow on will shape the way things were before. Everything is relative, everything is connected, we are woven to each other, even as we try to assert the act of being distinct, unique, indomitable.

It’s why it matters so much who you share the stage with.

Doubting Thomas and I feel honoured to be sharing the stage with Liv the Infinite and Patch Sinclair who are journeying from Lismore and Sydney respectively to bring their stunning combination of words/animation/storytelling/videoart. Sometimes collaborative, always thought provoking, I can’t wait to see them at Turnstyle tomorrow night for Un-Required Reading.

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By Eleanor Jackson

Eleanor Jackson is a Filipino Australian poet, performer, arts producer, cyclist, writer, gal about town, feminist, freewheeler, and friend.

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