Why do we behave the way we do? The Enneagram is a guide to answering this question. It suggests nine interconnecting personality types and offers an understanding of the motives of our behaviour. This introduction is led by Robin Sinclair and Yolanda Lieneman. Flyer for Notice boards – link Flyer for schools – link … Click through to the dedicated Enneagram website
After the June concert was cancelled to Naomi’s ill health, we have shifted the date to July 3rd. Apologies for the many who booked. Those who can’t come on July 3rd will be reimbursed. One of SA’s best voices with a swag of awards to her name! Not to be missed! For this special, intimate performance at the Bridgewater Arts Centre, Naomi will perform duo, with her bandmate Tom Kneebone (guitar). In 2016, Keyte was named ‘Best Live Voice’ at the National Live Music Awards. Live performance highlights include Latitude (UK), WOMADelaide, OzAsia Festival, Here’s to Now and the Basket Range Festival. Keyte’s debut album, ‘Melaleuca’ (2017), was nominated for ‘Best Release’, ‘Best Folk’ and ‘Best Female Artist’ at the South Australian Music Awards. In 2020 Naomi Keyte released her latest single ‘Travelling Woman’ and won Best Folk – People’s Choice at the South Australian Music Awards. “Naomi is oneRead more…Naomi Keyte with her guitarist, Tom Kneebone – July 3rd, 7:30pm
Run in the style of New York’s ‘The Moth’. Supported by the Adelaide Hills Council | Part of Winter Words 2021 You may have heard of New York’s, ‘The Moth’, where storytellers tell their real-life stories after being curated by a professional. We are fortunate to have author, Rachael Mead as our published author. She is working with storytellers through the month of July helping them to prepare their stories for July 31st at Bridgewater Arts Centre. There are ‘Moth’ chapters throughout Australia, and we are hoping that this is the start of a regular ‘Moth’ chapter in South Australia. Come share with us as a very old tradition is established again in the Adelaide Hills. Interested in what the evenings look like? Check out The Moth Facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/TheMoth PERFORMANCE: Saturday 31 July, 7:30pm – 9:30pm Tickets We are all storytellers. It’s part of being human, but we don’tRead more…After the Storm – A night of storytelling in the tradition of ‘The Moth’- July 31st, 2021
Run in the style of New York’s ‘The Moth’. Supported by the Adelaide Hills Council | Part of Winter Words 2021 “Stories reveal ineffable parts of ourselves that can’t be expressed any other way. We all need stories to understand ourselves and other people, and to create the world we want to live in. People need stories — and we need you!” https://www.facebook.com/TheMoth We are all storytellers. It’s part of being human, but we don’t often get the chance to tell our stories to a listening audience in a sculptured, measured manner. Adelaide Hills Council, as part of Winter Words 2021, has commissioned author, Rachael Mead to assist storytellers – ordinary and wonderful people like you – craft and present their stories in just ten minutes. You are invited to join Rachael in two July workshops to craft your story and to then return to perform your story to anRead more…After the Storm – Learn how to tell and deliver your great story – July 2021
This SA Living Arts (SALA) Exhibition will be each weekend in August at Bridgewater Arts Centre (BAC)- Fri to Sun each weekend. Friday and Saturday 10am-4pm Sunday 1-4pm Come and talk to the artists. One will always be in attendance over the course of the month. The launch will be on Friday evening 6th Aug. It is by invitation only. If you would like to attend, please contact one of the artists. Entry is free. Other BAC events this year include: music concerts the performance of stories curated under the expertise of author, Rachael Mead Festival of Pilgrimage in October.
Sevenfold, favourites at Bridgewater Arts Centre, are playing with us as part of The Fringe on Fri 19th and Sat 20th Feb 2021. ‘Connie’ (Youtube below) is an example of one of the ‘front’ singers, Liz Dyson. Sevenfold are a six piece local Adelaide band who clearly can’t count. Fusing rock, folk plus rhythm & blues and blending rich harmonies, strings, drums and guitars- they play a mixture of original songs and covers. Sevenfold have recently released their new CD “Dreaming in Waves” featuring 12 original songs.
Leigh is a singer-songwriter coming out of the folk tradition, writing in secular and Christian contexts and singing around Australia. Leigh has been joined by Freya, Keeley, Erin, Skye, Chris, Jasmine and Tanya (3 gens) for family weddings and funerals, and this is their debut public performance. The family members have sung and recorded with a range of choirs, including Adelaide fine music choir Lumina (Chris and Skye) and touring internationally with Adelaide Chamber Singers (Chris).
Sevenfold is appearing at Bridgewater Arts Centre on Friday 28th Feb 2020, 7:30pm. They appeared at the Arts Centre in early 2019 and continue to write and perform around SA. Sevenfold is an eclectic 6-piece band of local, seasoned musicians that performs a lively acoustic/electric fusion of rock, folk, rhythm & blues. They perform a mixture of original songs and quirky covers.
Rustflower bring to life the stories and characters of Australia, (and the occasional love song), wrapped up in catchy melodies and harmonies. A feature of Rustflower is the shared song writing and vocals by Pete and Kerrie Arthur, giving Rustflower its great diversity. Pete’s earthy voice and story-telling style sits well in the camp of other Australian story tellers like Paul Kelly and Shane Howard. With insightful life observations, Pete sees life from a new angle and colour.
Two more SA acts at The Bridgewater Arts Centre. Sept 14th! 7:30pm Spring will be upon us and there will be a need to recover from cabin fever and reconnect with the world after some biting and wet wintry days. Come build community, meet other music lovers, meet the musicians and be amazed at what can be achieved with creativity and practice. There is never enough music in the world and we can always fit more people in the audience.