Projects influencing thinking today

Greenshank under full sail, in original colours. The 5.5 metre cutter is a 2007 build by Darbi Reader

Greenshank under full sail, in original colours. The 5.5 metre cutter is a 2007 build by Darbi Reader

New sailings

Greenshank is currently committed to sailings on the Broadwater, Gold Coast Seaway and passages south of Moreton Bay, Australia. 


Ardugula

Central Australian story-work, South of the Simpson Desert.

Central Australian story-work, South of the Simpson Desert.

Ardugula was founded in 2014, initially to rebuild and strengthen culture for people of Lower Southern Aranda/Wangkagnuru descent from the Macumba region, who are spread across Central, South and South-Eastern Australia, essentially creating a diaspora. 

Ardugula wants to create the opportunity for more visits back on to country for people of the diaspora; reconnecting people with culture, language and country and making films and media grounded in our knowledge and history.

See project website


Project 3929

The bean chair Summer 2011

The bean chair Summer 2011

Project 3929 is a personal food-raising/place project that began in 2009, as an off-shoot of testing some claims about food production made in the Permaculture literature. After participating in a local food group garden tour in 2010 the author and “gardener” began to reconsider the associations between food, identity, sense of security, and the apparent “economic lock-in” to demands of contemporary “global culture”.