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Mindfulness & Creativity

Mindfulness & Creativity

I was interviewed by FBi Radio to talk about Mindfulness & Creativity, aired on Sunday 8th February 2015.

Canvas is FBi's weekly arts program hosted by artist and curator, Frances Barrett. Each week the team brings you interviews, public lectures and critical conversations that aim to document Australian artistic practice, create conversation around international and national dialogues on creative practice, and promote provocative local projects. This week Canvas aired an excerpt from a panel discussion organised by Cabinet on how, why &...

3 Ways to Be More Mindful at Work

Be More Mindful at Work

In this month's February/March 2015 issue of Prevention Magazine Australia, I shared 3 tips on how you can be more mindful at work!

Want to be more Zen at your desk?
1. Get in touch with your breathing:
To do this, simply pause and practise reciting an internal mantra that works with your breathing, like “Breathing in, I calm body and mind. Breathing out, I smile. Dwelling in the present moment I know this is the only moment.” (Thich Nhat Hanh)
2. Observe...

Sydney Art Gallery Combines Visual Art with Meditation

Art with Meditation

My first meditation event, Inhale: From Meditation to Manifestation was featured on Lost at E Minor.

Artereal Gallery, in Sydney’s inner west suburb of Rozelle, recently held a free event titled Inhale: From Meditation to Manifestation. Positioned as ‘the merging of contemporary art, community and consciousness’, the evening saw 40 or so guests welcomed into the intimate contemporary space for a meditation workshop with the main exhibiting artist, Noula Diamantopoulos, whose exhibition Inhale – receiving the...

Inhale: The Divine Gift – Artist Interview

Inhale Artist Interview

Arts reporter Chris Virtue from Eastside FM 89.7 spoke to me on the Opening Night of my Encaustic Wax Art Exhibition, Inhale: Receiving the Divine Gift.

This November, Artereal Gallery in Rozelle presents the second exhibition of a trilogy by multi-disciplinary artist and psychotherapist Noula Diamantopoulos. The exhibition, entitled Inhale: Receiving the Divine Gift, seeks to examine our awakening and arrival on the planet. It follows the artist’s preliminary exhibition, Breathing Space, which sought to explore...