'Do You See What I Hear?' (#DYSWIH) project is about art, music, interpretations and engagement.  It began with explorations in graphic notation and improvisation and continues to present original ideas in various contexts.

You can follow the Facebook page for the next event.

The project has been featured in various formats both in Australia and internationally, including Notations21 European Tour & Symposium in Utrecht, the Netherlands; Festival of Slow Music and Art Gallery of Ballarat in Ballarat; Shepparton Art Museum; Waranga Film Festival in Rushworth; La Mama Musica series, Chapel Street ArtTown, Tilde New Music Festival and the community of Surrey Hills in Melbourne; and with HK New Music Ensemble.

The project has also been featured in the The International Alliance for Women in Music blog.

In 2016 #DYSWIH celebrated composer Benjamin Boretz's 80th birthday with a series of events involving his text 'If I am a musical thinker' (1983), which was an important influence to this project.

In 2017 #DYSWIH joined international 90th birthday celebrations for composers Earle Brown and Morton Feldman..  The not-for-profit event was produced with support from the Earle Brown Music Foundation, www.earle-brown.org
See Facebook event for updates.