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    We’re told meditation is good for us and we should take the time to do it often, but we’re never shown how. Jess will be taking you through a few mindful techniques to take home with you.

    Living in Barmera, Jess Weidenhofer is a twenty-six year old, non-binary visual artist. They enjoy working with mixed media, including pen and pencils, paint, pastels, collaging, and found objects. Their work often reflects what it is like living with mental (ch)illness, the small town queer experience, and examines 2AM existential questions. Jess also produces work as a singer songwriter, creative writer, emerging slam poet, and chef. Their long term aspiration is to help foster the creative community here in the Riverland, and watch it grow and adapt, catering especially to our young people, disabled people, and first nations people.

    *This is one of the pieces that make up the Symposium mini-festival puzzle.*

    Symposium is a community-based and locally driven initiative to nurture a culture of skills and knowledge-sharing for local young people. The festival strives to build a foundation of small business skills, creative skills and life skills through means of live workshops. For more information and background on Symposium and where it began.


    Symposium is a project of Part of Things, jointly delivered with the Berri Barmera Council and Barmera Central and supported by District Council of Loxton Waikerie and Renmark Paringa Council. This project has received funding from the FRRR ABC Heywire Youth Innovation Grants Program, and the Department of Human Services Youth-led COVID-19 Recovery Grants and administered by the Local Government Association of South Australia. Views and findings associated with this project are expressed independently and do not necessarily represent the views of Berri Barmera Council, Renmark Paringa Council, District Council of Loxton Waikerie, FRRR, ABC, the Government of South Australia or the Local Government Association of South Australia.

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