Unique Collaborations design and produce innovative programs which focus on creative and community engagement, artistic explorations, creative personal growth along with confidence building and increase the quality of life.
Our participants are encouraged to be themselves, to have fun, enjoy the process and challenges of creating art at their pace.
Arts-based, hands-on sessions delivered in a participant-led environment.
We focus on sensory approaches, meaningful engagement, shared moments, creative exploration and imagination to build creativity and self-confidence.
A session of workshops whereby participants create small artwork postcards based on a shared theme.
The program is designed to tap into each individual’s creativity, connect communities, build and extend friendships through something that they understand a postcard.
Designed to inspire, provoke questions and open up discussion-based conversations.
These engaging programs are delivered at Port Macquarie Museum through a long-running partnership with the organisation.
This interactive programme is delivered onsite at the Museum or as an outreach program.
Participants will experience the handling of unique, historical objects, be involved in multi-sensory activities, stimulating discussions and creative art-making activities in a culturally inclusive setting.
Lisa liaises with local museums and galleries to provide meaningful, accessible guided tours.
Participants are taken on a journey of intellectual exploration and cognitive stimulation allowing objects and art viewing to inspire conversation, imagination, social engagement, interpretation and interaction.
Generating therapeutic outcomes and enhancing the quality of life through creative engagement.
Opportunities for clients where personal decision making, imagination, creative exploration, expressive skill, and openness are used to enable an individual's sense of dignity and empowerment.
Events and programs that spark social engagement, inclusiveness and artistic agency through creativity and artmaking.
Empowering and engaging people living with a disability or memory loss through creativity, to produce greater community awareness, feelings of inclusiveness, acceptance and understanding for people .
Delivering a series of four dementia-friendly community activities with seniors living with memory loss in the local community.
The 'Hands on History' project took place at three historical sites, at each location the seniors immersed themselves into the historical theme by dressing up in period costume and re-enacted historical scenes.
Designed a collaborative animation called ‘Sunday Afternoon' for people living in the local community with memory loss.
The project comprised of six workshops guided by Lisa and animator, Katherine Appleby with the outcome being a site-specific animation projected onto CBD building during ArtWalk 2019.
This project was engaged to produce artworks for exhibition.
Continuing on the success of 2018, we collaborated again in 2019 with the Where We Call Home exhibition which featured artworks and photographs.
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