The A.B.W. Meets the 12th National Rural Health Conference

From the 7th – 10th of April we will be attending the 12th National Rural Health Conference in Adelaide.  Over 3 days we will be meeting people, conducting worthiness research and presenting our findings at the final plenary presentation to around 1000 people at the Adelaide Convention Centre.  We are excited to be part of this event and even more excited to further compress our rapid work model!

Here’s a link to the conference-


Aloha blog friends!

Yes, there has been a little gap in output here.  Rest assured that is only because we have been extremely busy with various other projects and consolidating our plans for world domination.  Stay tuned for some juicy content soon!


As a little residue of our recent meeting of Goolwa we have produced a little 16 page zine.

You can view a PDF at the link below and if you ask nicely we might even send you a hard copy.

I Met Goolwa Zine v2 lo res



Read it here –



Answer of the day, 11 year old, leaning against a pole, playing a DS

“What makes your day worth it?”

“Whadda yah mean?”

“Well, what made yesterday worth it? You know. . .”

“Ummm. . .oh!…oh…I can’t say what made yesterday worth it out loud.”


A little Great quote from Mr John Malkovich

I’m honored to have been asked by the International Theatre Institute ITI at UNESCO to give this greeting commemorating the 50th anniversary of World Theatre Day. I will address my brief remarks to my fellow theatre workers, peers and comrades.

May your work be compelling and original. May it be profound, touching, contemplative, and unique. May it help us to reflect on the question of what it means to be human, and may that reflection be blessed with heart, sincerity, candor, and grace. May you overcome adversity, censorship, poverty and nihilism, as many of you will most certainly be obliged to do. May you be blessed with the talent and rigor to teach us about the beating of the human heart in all its complexity, and the humility and curiosity to make it your life’s work. And may the best of you – for it will only be the best of you, and even then only in the rarest and briefest moments – succeed in framing that most basic of questions, “how do we live?” Godspeed.

- John Malkovich