‘Regenerative Practice Workshop’ at ST PAUL St Gallery 2019 Curatorial Symposium

Lucy-Mary Mulholland's response featured in the symposium publicationDownload I was honoured to be invited into this symposium to co-facilitate (with Taarati Taiaroa) 2 workshops exploring some of the foundational principles and frameworks of regenerative practice. Following the event all presenters and facilitators developed responses which were featured in the online and printed publication. For my [...]

Tried and true: ‘Constructs’ and ‘the unknown’ in regenerative design and development

The Bhudda said “I too use constructs but I am not fooled by them.” I’ve thought about this phrase a lot since I first heard it from a teacher of mine, Tarchin Hearn, in Aongatete, near Katitkati, the foothills of the Kaimai ranges. At the time I remember applying this thought to the way I [...]

Arts Therapy at Ormiston Junior College

It was so great getting to return to Ormiston and see some of the learners I'd worked with earlier in the year. This school is just bursting with creativity and innovation. I love how they treat each learner as unique and help them find their own pathway through education. I also love how this school [...]

Video response piece with Robert George to ‘Tiffany Singh: Life Is But A Vapour’ at Te Uru Art Gallery, Waitakere, Dec 2014

 Film still - video response - Robert George & Lucy-Mary Mulholland TIFFANY SINGH: LIFE IS BUT A VAPOUR As part of her 2013 McCahon House artist residency, Tiffany Singh explored the concept of wellbeing in relation to the process of grief, death and dying. The public were invited to the McCahon House studio over a [...]

The Arts Therapy Expedition

The journey so far of my interest, research, learnings and experience of Arts Therapy in schools... In 2011 after completing a BA, majoring in Psychology from the University of Canterbury, I began a 3 year Master of Arts - Arts Therapy program at Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design in Auckland. In 2012 I completed [...]

‘Together To Green’ – Performed as part of the transition from Blue to Green of ‘May The Rainbow Always Touch Your Shoulder’ – Tiffany Singh. Auckland Art Gallery, Sept 2013

Performance piece: This work touches upon the themes of inclusivity and participation in the creative process present in Tiffany Singh's work. The audience is invited to co-create the work by providing a soundscape with hand bells, for which the performer will respond in movement, based on the direction, volume and intensity of sound. *** On [...]