Member Profile : Ilka Blue

Hi, I’m Ilka Blue, living/working on Gulibul/Githabul Country in the foothills of the Border Ranges in company with Boodahbee (Koala), Jiruhng (Goanna), Wayileh (Black Cockatoo) and a resurgence of Wudjeh Wudjeh (Red Cedar). I came here to listen and learn from the diversity and extinction that pulses in this place. I’m not sure I’m any wiser after 4 years, but I’ve cleared a lot of lantana, self-published ‘Cloud Tales’ and made a few videos on storytelling as a primary survival tool in context of planetary health.

My work is produced through Latorica Studio, an earth-centric educational platform, a slow burner that produces words and moving image to inspire healthy connection with land and waters. Based on a highly intuitive and cerebral tapestry of storytelling, Latorica offers creative insight and function-centred actions for people tending our planet.

In conventional terms, I have a Masters of (Arts) Research and a background in arts and environmental communications working with government, industry, academia, NGO's and the community sector.

Web:www.latorica.net
Thesis: ‘Storytelling Beyond the Anthropocene: a quest through the crises of ecocide toward new ecological paradigms’ https://eprints.qut.edu.au/63458/
Vids: https://vimeo.com/420230029

The Australian arts sector's first 100% online conference + festival.

* PLEASE NOTE: No inflight meals will be harmed in the development and delivery of this event.  

Nov 01 2020 To Nov 30 2020

Field Trip - Arts, Science, Tech and Environment Symposium

Sunshine Coast
Aug 08 2020