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Onions Talk: Change making through social engagement

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Changemaking work is tough. Sometimes it feels like all the odds are against you and it's a constant upward battle. Onions Talk is here to support you. Be inspired, be touched, be motivated. This podcast keeps you going when times are tough and we crystallise learning that you can apply on your impa… read more

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Can plants sing? Plant music with Eily Aurora #conversations

Eily Aurora shares her passion for improvising with nature. Growing up in the countryside, she learned from a young age from local Canadian indigenous people how to listen, learn and communicate with the natural world. To make the song of nature audible, she uses The Music of the Plants device. It's an instrument that can perceive the electromagnetic variations emitted from the surface of plant leaves and the root system and translate them into sound.  Nature is not only alive, but is aware and responds to her surroundings. In fact, trees have up to 20 senses to take in their environment! Wherever you are, may this podcast help you tune-out the noise of the city, and tune-in to the frequency and endless wisdom of nature. Eily is a singer/songwriter, harpist, Harp Faery clown, and social innovation facilitator in Calgary, Canada. She has performed across stages in North America for over a decade and has designed creative and participatory methods for mental wellness at cSPACE King Edward Arts Hub as a member of Alberta Social Innovation Connect’s Community Catalyst Program. As a systemic constellations facilitator, she presents and speaks about her research on the power of soundwork to impact community wisdom internationally. This episode is a part of a mini series on wayfinding as I talk to artists I’m working with on the artist-composer residency with Social Innovation Exchange. We share our respective wayfinding journeys through the chaos we live in right now, in the hope that we can offer some comfort through our art and music.

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