Lullabies from around the world, 2012 A collection of 23 lullabies from around the world in native languages and English published in CD, book and video clips funded by Queensland Government. The lullabies together are representative of the rich cultural tapestry in Australia and form part of the story of Australian lullabies.
She Says…, 2012
A partnerships project with BEMAC towards writing skill development of women from CALD backgrounds, funded by Australia Council for the Arts.
Children of War, 2009
Children of War is an innovative community arts project with a strong aspect of community engagement. The project is seeking to collect and reflect the experiences of the children who have left their homeland because of war regardless what ages they are now. The publication reflects the experiences of the migrant from war zones. The book was launched on Saturday 19th December, 2009 at Robina Town Centre. The project was funded by Arts Queensland.
Undulating publication is collected stories of CALD seniors on the Gold Coast. The story-tellers have shared their incredible experiences and achievements through embracing new land, love, complexities, passions, torment and much more. The book was launched in November 2009 at the Chambers of Gold Coast City Council with participating of considerable number of public, community members and the story-tellers. The enlarged photos of the seniors were exhibited at the Launch. The project was funded by Gambling Community Benefit Funds.
A series of writing workshops with focus on refugees, funded by Gold Coast City Council.
Diverse Women’s Voices, 2004
Ten advanced creative writing workshops featuring at stories from women from non-English speaking background, funded by Australia Council for the Arts.
Bitter Sweet publication was the result of 10 advances creative writing workshops particularly for women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. In the project 14 women from Iran, Chile, New Zealand, El Salvador, France, Turkey, Russia, Australia, Germany and England were assisted in the workshops.
Bitter Sweet is a unique production about the experiences of women mainly before migration to Australia. The stories are a combination of fiction and reality. The book was launched in November 2003 at Southport TAFE and has received a good number of reviews to this date. The book was funded by Arts Queensland and Australia Council for the Arts.
Multicultural Women’s Voices, 2003
The project was a series of free creative writing workshops aimed to help women from diverse cultural background to explore their creativity and imagination. Nasrin Vaziri (Sadegh Vaziri), a cultural development officer, designed and coordinated the project and Nina Woodrow, a part time teacher and writer for the Open Learning Institute of TAFE, facilitated the workshops.
A self-printed booklet – stories which was developed at the creative writing workshops.