facilitator, educator & end of life companion
Annie Bolitho is passionate about cultural change in the areas of ageing and end of life care.
Her book Death, A Love Project, a guide to exploring the life in death and finding the way together helps people to take charge of their end of life arrangements.
Annie runs workshops to enhance death literacy, for health professionals and the general public. She convenes seasonal Death Cafes in Melbourne. Annie has a Doctorate of Creative Arts, previous experience in policy and research, and a strong interest in ritual and writing. With long experience facilitating conversations that matter, she invites participants into rich discussions on a tough topic.
Oh I wish I had a tattoo! Even though my parents died before I even thought of having one, they would have been scandalised! If I had got one it’d have been by ex de Medici. She practised in Canberra. Now a celebrated artist with work in major collections, her work...
Death, a love project
A guide to exploring the life in death and finding the way together’
I loved reading Annie’s book on Death. yes! you read right! She knows how to turn a topic like that into something practical and fascinating. Dani
Stay safe and well, and know that if you’re in the sad situation of needing to say goodbye to someone who has died, it’s possible to do it well. Here are a few ideas on How to create a love project in the restricted times of lockdown.
If you’re interested in attending a Death Cafe online, make contact, and we’ll make it happen.