Euphoria

Country Arts SA invites groups, organisations or individuals with an interest in mental health or those with a curiosity in writing, theatre or performance to meet with playwright Emily Steel and share the experiences and challenges of living in regional South Australia and how this affects health and wellbeing.

 

Seven communities, one playwright and several cups of tea…

Life in rural and remote Australia is marked by unpredictability, isolation, economic and financial uncertainty, incessant change and extreme weather events. It’s a tough environment with many challenges that impact on health and wellbeing, yet statistics indicate people in regional areas are happy…

Playwright Emily Steel will examine this paradox as artist in residence in three mental health inpatient units and four communities across regional South
Australia.

Country Arts SA invites groups, organisations or individuals with an interest in mental health or those with a curiosity in writing, theatre or performance
to meet with Emily and share the experiences and challenges of living in regional South Australia and how this affects health and wellbeing.

During April and May, Emily will be visiting Berri, Lameroo, Whyalla, Streaky Bay, Ceduna, Mt Gambier and Bordertown.

To express your interest and get involved, please contact tammy.hall@countryarts.org.au 8444 0411

For dates and more information visit countryarts.org.au

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25. 05. 2018

Same same different different

I’m writing this from Bordertown, the last stop in the research for the Euphoria project. On Wednesday night we talked with a group of Afghan men at the Migrant Resource Centre, and on Thursday morning we sat in on the women’s English lesson. The men told us about their journeys to Australia as refugees, and the […]

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Emily Steel


When

4 April 2018 - 25 May 2018

Type

Artist Residency

Presenter/Partners

Emily Steel

Location

Berri, Lameroo, Whyalla, Streaky Bay, Ceduna, Mt Gambier and Bordertown

Country Arts SA recognises and respects that we are living and creating on Aboriginal Lands and we are committed to working together to honour their living cultures.