at 84/16 Hudson Fysh Avenue, Darwin, 0801 Australia
The Di Sana Project an international cultural exchange between Indonesia, India and Australia.
The Di Sana Project website is the initiating strategy for creative dialogue, participation and collaboration. The website is a virtual repository for creative projects that explore culture and identity and invite participation and responses from other individuals. Additionally it is a participatory digital research space, which will include scholarly research from professionals such as Anthropologists, Linguists and Ethnographers.
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www.disanaproject.com Get Involved in 4 Easy Steps 1. SHARE: You can share or follow the Di Sana Project on Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, SoundCloud, Pintinterest or Instagram! 2. COMMENT: You can tell us your story or respond to a project by leaving a comment. There is a comment box at the bottom of every project page. 3. PARTICIPATE: Post an image, write a poem, share a moment with the world! Each project provides detailed instructions on how to participate. Have fun! 4. CREATE: Feeling inspired to create your own project? If you have an idea and want to become part of the Di Sana Project. We want to hear from you – email us at email@example.com Projects that explore storytelling, personal and social memories, place, identity, culture and related topics are preferred. Projects can be big or small, told by you alone or involve many people. The Di Sana Project seeks proposals from individuals and groups of artists and other professionals who reside in, or are from the participating countries.
What’s your story? It’s all in the telling. Stories are compasses and architecture; we navigate by them…and to be without a story is to be lost in the vastness of a world that spreads in all directions like the arctic tundra or sea ice….(A) place is a story, and stories are geography and empathy is first of all an act of imagination and then a way of travelling from here to there.” - Rebecca Solnit, The Faraway Nearby