From Flinders University blog by Melissa Keogh The power of art and culture on health explored in The Pinnaroo Project Participation in arts and cultural activities could help improve the health and wellbeing of regional communities, researchers at the Flinders Caring Futures Institute say. Professor Robyn Clark and her team of cardiac health researchers haveContinue reading “Flinders University Blog”
The Pinnaroo Project arts and health program aims to improve the health and wellbeing of Pinnaroo residents through participation in local arts and culture activities. The Flinders University Caring Futures Institute is partnering with the local team to conduct a health study; to monitor and measure the health impact of The Pinnaroo Project with aContinue reading “The Border Times”
As seen on ABC news! Read the article online here. A small farming town is taking its health into its own creative hands. South Australian mallee town Pinnaroo was last year named the state’s Agricultural Town of the Year. And now it’s showing off its more artistic side. The community is setting out to prove that artsContinue reading “ABC News”
On Sunday 29th August the Pinnaroo Institute was full of gluey fingers and printed pictures. We successfully welcomed our third workshop experience with a jam-packed arts and crafts day featuring Lego printing and Lantern making.
studio and wearable art was created. This workshop introduced participants to silk painting and the delight of working with colour.
A fantastic ceramics event with complete creative control. We saw mugs, statues, plates and even fairy doors being created.