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comms update - transitions between 'geek artist' and 'creative activist'

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i've realised that in my broad personal/creative meanderings over the last 12months i've started a few fb pages/spaces to help me work out where i'm going with it all. i've partly been trying to avoid overload in my personal profile (since i barely use twitter these days) but i've realised i'm possibly just spreading it all too thin.

i'm finally getting to the stage where the next steps are becoming clearer and learning is starting to take shape into action. it's pretty exciting, and definitely time for me to get more organised in how i communicate what i've learned and what's next.

to help this next stage i wanted to let old and new friends know that this is how my shares/comms work these days. I try not to cross-post so if you want to know you should follow all the pages :P:

Reallybigroadtrip​ - everything geek arts, nomadicy, and the hub for all my creative projects and the arts sector broadly.

Sunday afternoon activists club​ - for creative activism, social change and organising thinkings, actions, learning, strategy, celebrations, calls to action.

TransPassivePartyships​ - coordinating a TPP action in perth which kickstarts tomorrow :)

Hammocktime​ - we're running a new version for Adelaide Fringe​ next year, so if you want to be involved as a guide or just want to know about hanging out as a punter, follow us there (or PM me).

Little Activist​ - a little venture painting activist slogans on recycled kids clothes.

I've got a few other projects/spaces i've been playing around with, but for now those are my main social spaces. and if we're not connected on twitter i'm @feesable - maybe you can help me remember why i used to love it there, cause i have to say it feels an oddly dead space to me these days. 

i drifted away from 'developing my arts practice' and into the creative activism journey because i felt so desperate that the world was so broken. a year on and i'm blown away by how many astonishing humans i've met, watched and shared lives with. Yes there's a long way to go before we fix it all, but we've had some amazing wins collectively and my gut tells me the tipping point isn't far away now. 

I'm so grateful to everyone who's helped me fumble my way through in all the tiny and enormous ways you have. 

Big love x