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Hi, welcome to the end of the world, kilometer zero of Camino de Santiago !
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Fisterra is a little fishing village of Galicia on the wild Atlantic coast that I call home after having travelled the world for 4+ years.
Mature, free spirited woman, creative & intuitive, i feel very lucky to have experienced several lives in one, and to be the mother of two daughters who are now flying their own wings.
I create pieces of eco art with recycled ocean materials - like tumbled ceramics, fishing lines, seaglass or driftwood - and have started to present them to the public through galleries & social medias.
Will welcome in my house/studio enthusiastic artists & skilled creatives who will help me on this journey.
Help with Computers / internet
Healthy & clean & sustainable Lifestyle
Inspiration through sharing Art & Creativity.
Experience the culture of a fishing village on the Atlantic coast of Galicia, Celtic traditions, end of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage.
Possibility to practice English, French or Spanish
My project is to present my ecoArt creations.
For this, I need help with :
>> in priority
* finishing my Wordpress website
*️️️️️ photography of pieces to present them realistically (colour, structure & details) in a attractive style
*️️️️️ texts translations, copywriting/editing
Will also welcome volunteers who can :
*️️️️️ help me learn how to optimally use other medias than Instagram or Facebook > esp. Pinterest, Etsy, Shopify, etc
*️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️teach me artistic skills & work methods, to improve my creations > esp. wood carving or sculpting, weaving, ceramics ... open to more suggestions.
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Help needed won't exceed 15 h/week, in exchange of accomodation.
You will have to buy & prepare your own breakfast & meals (vegetarian cooking only)
English, French, Spanish
Small private room woth basic comfort - shared bathroom
Please note :
*️️️️️ no heating in the room : make sure to take warm clothes & footwear in winter for inside the house... or even to take a water bottle to warm up tour bed at night
*️️️️️ i sometimes rent another room, so there might be pilgrims hanging around during your stay, with who you will have to share kitchen & bathroom as well
for this reason, and personal preference, i need mindful, tidy & respectful volunteers, who will automatically arrange & clean after themselves when finished to eat or shower... not some times later
*️️️️️ peaceful, non smoking/alcool environment.. my home is my piece of zen & creativity
* a rescued kitten lives with me
Amazing walking trails & landscapes (iconic lighthouse, beaches..)
Possibility to visit close-by traditional villages & Galician towns
* Weather can be quite cold & rainy in winter, despite several sunny days. If you come, make sure you have the right outdoors gear & waterproof walking shoes.
Life can be very slow & quiet from November to March, not many distractions or people around, are you creative and able to entertain yourself?
Good bus connections to Cee, Muxia, Carnota, Muros, etc...
International airports in La Coruña & Santiago de Compostela
Maximum 2-3 hours a day, 5 days a week - accomodation only, you will have to provide your own food