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Little Lunch Online #36 19/05/2020 - Speaker view
Feral Arts
23:14
Hi everyone - we are on the beautiful Kabi Kabi Lands of the Sunshine Coast - welcome!
Melissa - Arts Nexus
26:03
Hello everyone. Melissa here from Arts Nexus sitting on beautiful Tableland Yidinji Country, 150ks west of Cairns
Elliott Bledsoe
28:19
If you would like to view the Auslan signing today, please find Susan's video thumbnail. A blue button with three dots will appear in the top right-hand corner of the thumbnail. Click on the three dots and select 'Pin video'.
Elliott Bledsoe
28:38
If you would like to view the captions today, go to the 'More' menu in the bottom menu items and select 'Show subtitles'. We are very thankful for the captioning by Emily and Marissa today.
Elliott Bledsoe
28:55
Please say hello in the chat, let us know how you are going and which First Nations Country you join us from today.
Elliott Bledsoe
29:40
Good afternoon all. Elliott here, part of the Arts Front team. I join LLOL today from Meanjin (also known as Brisbane) on Turrbal Jagera Country.
Christy Dena (she/they)
33:03
I’m joining from Wurundjeri Country
Glaiza @Diversity Arts Australia
33:22
Hi all, Glaiza from the Diversity Arts team on Darug country today.
Julie Barratt
34:56
Hi, Julie Regional Arts Officer with the RASN team CQ living on Durumbal Country. Speaking to you from Hotel Quarantine today!
annedunn
35:35
Greetings from Kaurna land. Great introductions, thankyou - a very good image for RAA!
Forest Keegel
36:49
Hello from Dja Dja Wurrung Country where it is cold and drizzly today
Eddie
38:12
If anyone has any questions for our wonderful speakers please ask them in chat if you are worried about remembering them until the end and I will keep track.
Feral Arts
38:33
yes - we need to keep the digital divide in our focus
Feral Arts
40:33
Do you think COVID has shone a light on the regions? It feels like lots of online content is coming from the regions?
Forest Keegel
46:15
I think people in regions and migrants are used to connecting with other over long distances...everyone being in the same lockdown circumstances has facilitated greater connection (but only for those with the tech)
Suzanne Whiteman
46:19
Great Frankie - can relate to everything you are saying !! - go Guts Dance - hoping to make it back to Alice in late Sept when the borders open - keep up the great work - Suzie Whiteman
Forest Keegel
50:09
Time is very elastic and seems to evaporate quickly each day
Feral Arts
51:15
Dance does seem to translate to the intertubes in ways other art forms don’t
Suzanne Whiteman
53:55
Little Lunch - has embraced many regions - thanks for that - from Suz Whiteman -
Julie Barratt
57:09
refreshing to hear such positivity, thank you all!
Elliott Bledsoe
57:17
Travel as a pilgrimage rather than a privilege.
Eddie
58:03
That is a nice thought Elliott
Léuli Eshraghi
58:21
Yes and rather than an automatic right as pre-covid time
Eddie
58:35
Very much so.
hayleymeganfrench
58:37
Great conversation, thank you for sharing. Tuning in from Darug Country, Western Sydney
Joe Toohey
58:49
Thank you all for this session, great to hear from all of you
Feral Arts
59:04
Great Discussion!! Thanks Alana and Frankie and Leuli!!
Christy Dena (she/they)
59:12
Thank you!
Melissa - Arts Nexus
59:13
A great yarn. Thank you
Glaiza @Diversity Arts Australia
59:20
Thanks all!