Month: July 2022

Conversations with Artist Jacquelene Drinkall

BMCAN’s Winter Exhibition at The Edge featured three large striking paintings by Jacquelene Drinkall that captured my interest.  As someone whose professional life was shaped by my experience as a sociologist of technological innovation, as a Buddhist practitioner for whom the idea of 'telepathy' has other resonances, and as someone deeply interested in ways of [...]
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Thinking Differently – Negotiating Two-Way Learning

The Knowledge (Epistemic) Crisis The roots of our climate and environmental crisis are epistemic—they are based on a flawed knowledge system anchored in Western culture. Many First Nations’ Elders have called for Australia to adopt a two-way learning approach to incorporating First Nations knowledge systems in modern Australia, particularly when it comes to school education [...]
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