How to use the categories on this blog

We would like to make using this blog as simple as possible. So we have organised all of the content into categories. On the left hand side you can find category links, if you click on one of these it will bring you all of the content for that category from the most recent to the least recent.

There are 7 categories of content, you can read all about each one below. If you want to read more about how this blog works check out this article.

  • Performance Fit
  • In the Village
  • Street Sounds
  • Knowledge Bank
  • Simply Put
  • Big Ideas
  • The Human Story

Performance Fit…
Is where you can keep up to date with our Performance Fit class! This weekly class is designed to sharpen your performance fitness. Perfect for anyone who ‘performs’ in any genre, dance, theatre, workshop facilitation, public speaking, music…

In the Village…
Is where we report on what the people in the Midnightsky are up to. It includes projects that we have worked on and things that people who are on our mailing list, twitter feed or who like our facebook page are involved in. If you’re making things happen, let us know!

Street Sounds
Is a Midnightsky project where we wander the streets and find people telling stories through music and song, we capture those stories and share them with the world.

Knowledge Bank
Is where Midnightsky writes articles about how stories that connect to action can be used to contribute to a more balanced knowledgeable and self-aware society.

Simiply Put
Is a Midnightsky project where we turn complex ideas into something you could explain to your parents at a barbeque.

Big ideas
Is a Midnightsky project where we paint a picture of how the world could be in order to help solve what seems to be an insurmountable problem.

The Human Story
Is a Midnightsky project that asks every day people the question ‘what is it like to be you in your world? We use artistic exploration as a platform for self reflection. Asking questions like how we behave as a species? How we interact with each other? Why do we act in these ways? Can we imagine another way?

Check out more stories in the category: Knowledge Bank