Artistic and social activities enabled at The Trinity Session.

Trinity Session held its first-ever open house at the Tipper Warehouse on May 29.

The open day was a day of creative activities and learning from the support networks of socially-minded changemakers.

Lectures are offered from the support networks of socially-minded changemakers. Photo: Supplied

A drum circle, storytelling session and land art activation were among the sessions offered at the open house.

Stephen Hobbs, director of The Trinity Session, said the open day was designed as a sort of social experiment, as the power to exchange knowledge, networks and social and cultural capital, which can have a powerful impact on how we think about co-production and collective care.

Creative activities are offered to young visitors during The Trinity Session’s open day. Photo: Supplied

The demos were just a taste of the interesting program they had been working on for the past few months. The learning from the day was valuable and visitors were excited about the potential for future collaborations within their communities and the new networks that have developed from this work.

“As with much of this business we’ve been building over the past few months, we’re inspired by the potential this level of exchange has to offer for place building in the Norwood and Orange Grove area, and beyond.” , said Hobbs.

Childlike nature offered young visitors a storytelling session during the open house. Photo: Supplied

“The potential to enable and empower collaborators in our extended networks to reimagine the impact of greening and growth as mechanisms for social change in their communities.”

Details: The Trinity Session Facebook page.

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