kurui  for bass clarinet, pian/elodica and percussion was written for a performance at the Cooroora Institute on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland.Read More
Over the next couple of weeks, the Cooroora Institute offers afternoons of delight with contemporary and exploratory music that responds to place.
Residency and Performance - Judith Hamann
Delicious Ironies at the Cooroora InstituteRead More
To share the song of the earth through creative practice…
1. To re-invest in fine craft as well as the site-specific visual and performing art.
2. To recognise, respect, support, and inspire local artists and art communities.
3. To act ethically, generously, and sustainably within a diverse community.
4. To connect with skilled artists from around the world and bring their expertise to the local.
5. To recognise and converse with the artistry of the non-human: birds, trees, rocks, mountains, fungi, earth, water, insects.
6. To explore, research, write about, and practice creative ideas and approaches which share the song of the earth.Read More
The Cooroora Institute has a great roll-up of events in wood, metal, words, and music over the next few months.
Check out our calendar, https://www.cooroorainstitute.org/calendar/for details. Don’t forget we close for all of 2019 for a sabbatical, so this is your chance to share the song of this country through creative practice. If you’ve been thinking, I’ll do that one of these years, this is the time to pounce.
My plan for a little while is to spend time breathing in the scent of the earth. To spend time sitting under a tree. To awe, to wonder, to replenish. And then I’ll see if I want to come back to the online fast lane.Read More