Author Archives: ingrid dabringer

Art, Education & Learning Styles

I know these things can be a little tortured and simplistic. I would greatly appreciate well-intentioned feedback. Cheers, Ingrid

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Hintonburg Art Throwdown!

Thank you Hintonburg Happening! @HintonburgHap What a lovely day. Great people. Fun art throwdown! What a lovely two months it turned into. @JLeiper @Kitchissippi @wellington_west Video to follow…..

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did you find anything new in the past – poem

did you find anything new in the past he asked of course she thought but said no instead the way he’d crossed the room her childhood friend as though he were her lover but didn’t know it yet

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Post-Traumatic Growth

Interesting concept and word mash-up. But, does the theory work the same if trauma is experienced by young children? Click on Picture to link to Huffpost Article from 1/2/2016  

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Solstice 2015 – Walk in the Woods

Solstice 2015 – Hike-in glamping in the rain – Gatineau Park.

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I wrote this poem in reverse – poem

I wrote this poem in reverse I could have gone to bed early as per usual but i didn’t i saw a film i hadn’t seen before and parts of one that i had that’s when i thought of you … Continue reading

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Artists we are – poem

Artists we are the canary in the coal mine the nerve ending the windsock the empath we are here for you whether you want us or not we are artists aware of our collective loneliness every day in every way whether … Continue reading

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