Creativity & Beyond ...
Space Whale is a creative production business that provides services and products to support well-being and creativity by way of film, community arts, creative coaching and more.
Space Whale provides creative services and resources that empower and enrich the lives of individuals, groups and communities. Working at the intersection of arts and health, Space Whale guides participants to engage in the creative process in a safe and non judgmental way.
How We Work
Through utilising mindfulness and art therapy approaches to creativity, Space Whale assists people in relieving stress and anxiety, and building skills of resilience and self-compassion.
Space Whale supports and encourages people of all backgrounds and abilities to explore the creative process, with the belief that everyone is creative and can enjoy the benefits of exploring their creativity.
Space Whale works across multiple art forms, facilitating workshops and projects across a range of mediums from visual and performing arts, to digital arts.
Space Whale works with diverse groups
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
People living with mental illnesses.
People living with disabilities.
The LGBTIQA+ community.
Space Whale values diversity, and creates a safe and inclusive spaces for people of diverse backgrounds to collaborate and participate.
Space Whale acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we work, live and learn.
Creative Director of Space Whale
Liz is an artist, filmmaker and community arts facilitator. She is drawn to interactive, collaborative and embodied forms of educating and storytelling that inspire connection and play.
She has worked with people of diverse backgrounds including; refugees in detention, primary and high school children, people living with a disability, people living with mental illness and elderly people.
(2009) Bachelors in Communications (Journalism) & Bachelors in Arts (Philosophy) - University of Wollongong (UOW)
(2012) Graduate Diploma, Documentary - Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)
(2018) Graduate Diploma, Therapeutic Arts Practice, Melbourne Institute of Experiential Art Therapy (MIECAT)