Barbara Hill with Simon Baker
Bold Horizons organises events that are open to all-comers as well as tailored events for schools, Scouts and Guides, corporate or social groups. Our events all involve an element of navigation and may include orienteering and rogaining or be focused on building navigation skills for the Duke Of Edinburgh, Hillary Challenge or similar activities. We are based in Sydney but happy to travel (after all we love getting out and about!). Please drop us a line or give us a call and we can talk about your next adventure and how Bold Horizons can assist. During each school term we conduct the Saturday Orienteering Series across northern Sydney. This is classic orienteering and a great way to develop navigation skills, build fitness, explore Sydney and have some fun. The series is open to all – no experience is necessary. Click on the Saturday Orienteering Series link (under the Events tab) for full details.
Cassandra Hard-Lawrie with Penny Pedersen
Retracing: A Willoughby City Council curated exhibition of craft and design based objects that explore Willoughby City. Accompanied by a digital exhibition tracing the objects through their artistic sources, history and hidden creative processes. Retracing explores the influence of the local area on artists connected to Willoughby City. Presented as a craft and design based exhibition in Art Space on The Concourse, an accompanying digital exhibition traces the objects through their artistic sources, history and hidden creative processes. Each artwork is experienced through both the context of gallery presentation, and the space or creative action that informs the artwork; within the landscape, the community or the artist studio. The relationship between the static display of objects and their other life in the hands of their creators reveal artistic traces embedded within the natural and urban landscape of the Willoughby area.
Ben Farley With Simon and Mel The BBQ School
BBQ School was founded in 2004 by internationally trained chef and passionate foodie Ben Farley who identified that while many Aussies were really into cooking on the BBQ, most only had one or two recipes they knew how to cook really well. Showing keen BBQ’ers how to prepare and confidently cook a collection of simple, effective and tasty recipes was the best way forward and so in 2004 Ben turned his back on a career in Sydney and London high profile restaurants and founded BBQ School. In our classes, we assume no knowledge but have found that the more a student knows about BBQ cooking, the more they learn from our experienced chef presenters. To date around 120,000 people have been taught through the BBQ School. Our head office is in Willoughby, Sydney but we also operate regular classes in Sydney's Centennial Park, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Hunter Valley and each year the School continues to grow in response to people who wish to cook with more flair when entertaining.
Dave and Watto with George Ellis Willoughby Symphony Conductor of upcoming shows.
George Ellis is an Australian conductor, composer and orchestrator. He works across a variety of styles including symphonic music, choral, opera, musical theatre, jazz and pop, and has presented concerts conducting in Paris, London, Amsterdam, Brussels, New York, Boston Philadelphia, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Athens, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta and performed in every capital city in Australia. Classically trained at the doctoral level in Australia and the USA, and experienced in performing pop/rock music, George Ellis has made a career of combining symphony orchestras with popular artists. These include Lou Reed, The Church, Megan Washington, Josh Pyke, Sneaky Sound System, Art vs Science, Human Nature, Augie March, GangGajang, Guy Sebastian, Paulini, David Campbell, John Williamson, Marcia Hines, Alex Lloyd, Deborah Conway, Clare Bowditch, John Paul Young, Jimmy Little, Troy Casser-Daley, Doug Parkinson, Grace Knight, Jade MacRae, Jeff Duff, Felicity Urqhuart and Don Spencer.
Minka Gillian with our Penny Pedersen
Minka Gillian with our Penny Pedersen discussing Minka's Mind Garden exhibition at the Incinerator in Willoughby. Enter the thought process of an artist through Mind Garden, an exhibition addressing themes surrounding nature, sexuality, vulnerability and ultimately the human condition. Mind Garden is an ambitious imaginary internal landscape of immersive hanging sculptures, floor and wall pieces and works on paper by Minka Gillian. The gallery is open and practicing COVID-19 social distancing measure
Kate Weber with Jeremy from Creative Sounds
Creative Sounds Studios is owned and operated by professional musicians for whom playing and teaching music is a passion. Our mission is to give students the tools and ability to express themselves creatively, as well as providing the opportunity to work together in an environment where they feel comfortable. Long-term, our goal is to build a community of professionally trained musicians with a culture of working together and supporting one another. As working musicians, we derive huge amounts of satisfaction from playing, writing and performing music, and we seek to provide our students with the opportunity to pursue this dream