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Ode to winter rain

By | July 7th, 2019|literature, weather|

Warm in winter clothes while the rain falls. Sheltered from the atmospheric cold and wet. And viewing the world, separated by glass. It pours down around me. The world is bursting open with the life-giving product of the heavens. And while it is so cold outside, the bracing air outside feels all the more snug [...]

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

By | June 9th, 2019|theatre|

So far, I have only had the experience of seeing Part Two of the Harry Potter play, currently showing at the Princess Theatre in Melbourne. It was absolutely brilliant. If you have tickets, or access to tickets, I don't think you will regret it. The plot is compelling and the stage craft is amazing. When [...]

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Balloon (2018) – German Film Festival

By | June 8th, 2019|cinema|

Few movies grip you with terror from the first few scenes and hold you there for 2 hours and 15 minutes. Balloon, directed by Michael Herbig and written by Kit Hopkins, Thilo Röscheisen and Michael Herbig, was one of the best films I have ever seen. The fear for the lives of the Strelzyk family [...]

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Everyone is welcome at the table – Lentil as Anything

By | May 26th, 2019|bars and restaurants, portfolio|

I recently spoke to Paula from Lentil as Anything in Abbotsford, Victoria about the story of Lentil as Anything and why they do what they do. One thing that we didn't have time to cover in the interview, was the fact that people pay for their food at Lentil as Anything on a 'pay as [...]

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Subconscious of the socially satiated

By | May 15th, 2019|art|

This is what the subconscious of a person who has reached the limit of social connection for one day looks like in art. And so she withdraws into artwork and writing and tea. The colours remind me of education, pure and simple. They represent the colours of school from childhood. The epitome and rock bed [...]

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Calder – Radical Inventor – NGV

By | May 8th, 2019|art, photography, portfolio|

Alexander Calder (1898 - 1976) is known as the artist who brought motion to sculpture. He is responsible for inventing the mobile. Calder produced artwork in numerous different mediums, from drawing, painting, sculpture and set design for music and dance productions. He also created monumental urban sculptures that were commissioned worldwide. This exhibition Calder - [...]

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Kalaji performs Night River at YIRRAMBOI Festival

By | May 6th, 2019|cinema, music|

Kalaji brings the most beautiful music to the stage in the performance of Night River as part of the YIRRAMBOI Festival. Immersed in the darkness of a theatre at the Festival Hub in North Melbourne on Saturday night, we were treated to an experience of evocative music and mesmerising of video art. The music was [...]

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Start with a song! – The challenge

By | April 30th, 2019|music|

The challenge is: to 'Start with a song'. It makes me laugh to read this from Daily Challenge because I ALWAYS start with a song. One of the nicest things about my psychology is that I wake up each (mostly) day with an earworm or a song in my head. The challenge then is to [...]

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