75 days ago

Isolation Creativity

Garrith from Takapuna

Hello everyone ,
I hope you’re all safe and healthy.

I thought in these times of isolation and uncertainty with work and what not , we could use this time to get into some creative spaces within ourselves to produce some awesome projects as a collective .

If anyone has some ideas for creative challenges for us all to participate in then please don’t be shy (eg. 7 day drawing challenge, poetry, writing , dance, photography etc.) .
It can be as broad or as specific as you like .
Something you think would work well for everyone to take part in and have abit of fun with . ☺️

Let’s get creative and take this time to get into something new or get back into those things we wish we had more time to do. (Unintentional rhyme 😛)

Stay safe and if you’re feeling abit down or lonely and want a good ol yarn then please feel free to reach out to me , it can be hard to keep your head above water during these times and that’s totally understandable.

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Go ahead, get snapping and illustrate what's beyond your backyard.

Post your photographs in the comments below ⬇️

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