Sherre DeLys

Sherre DeLys’ work focuses on deep listening and collaboration. Her audio pieces for radio and podcast have earned some of the world’s top radio prizes for story and sound arts, and her sound installations and ‘documentary soundscapes’ have been exhibited widely. She’s been a staff features producer for Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio National and WNYC, hosted conversations for ABC TV and she co-founded a multi-award-winning media sharing platform described by The Conversation as “an outstanding … exercise that explored new ways for the broadcaster to listen to its audience and collaborate with them.”

A former Australia Council New Media Arts Fellow, and Hemera Foundation Tending Space Fellow, her PhD research explores mindfulness and contemplation as foundation for creative practice and creative orientation to experiences including illness. Teaching Mindfulness, Sherre works with individuals and groups to find inner listening to create, to lead, and to heal.