With its new product iCloud Apple, ever market innovators, have come up with a simple way to store all that is important up there in the clouds so its accessible wherever we are and importantly, from whatever device we have to hand right down here on earth.
A starting point for understanding human experience through the arts of our culture
The Arcadian ideal of ancient Greece as a centre for youth, energy, toleration and intellectual freedom a place where beauty and nature came together is true
If you haven’t encountered them yet you will be sure to become entranced by Stieg Larsson’s extremely engaging protagonists, the journalist and the hacker, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
In the face of the social, economic and environmental crisis we must kick start change, reinventing the framework through which we view and understand our world
We have a great variety of tales to tell in Muse News for June 2011. You can access plenty of posts, continuing conversations and videos from our You Tube Channel. Enjoy
June 3 – July 12 – Up the Garden Path Exhibition features award winning ceramics artist Julie Shepherd, glass and bronze artist Rhonda Cao and painter, Robyn Bauer
Was Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford in the Elizabethan Age really the Anonymous author of the incredible works of Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare?
All cultures on earth, just like individuals, have distinct modes of existence and creation stories are something they all have in common in a logical attempt to rationalise the presence of humans on earth. ‘In the beginning’, the ancient Greek oral Poet Hesiod says somewhere between 750 and 650 years before the Christ event (BCE), ‘there was Khaos, vast and dark.
It seems as if Channel Seven’s saturation marketing techniques over the past few weeks worked according to this mornings reviewers and ratings. Last night the superb British television period drama series we posted about back in January, gained both high praise and record numbers tuning in. Downton Abbey is a series of fascinating stories about life upstairs and down, for the new gen and the new age
Opera Australia presents a season of OPERA ON THE BIG SCREEN at Event Cinemas and Birch Carroll & Coyle Cinemas from this Saturday 28th May 2011. Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro will be presented first.
Green Cross is the banner to stand behind if you are interested in efforts to deal with all matters that affect our natural environment locally in Australia and Internationally.
The BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) television awards were held in England overnight and there were a few surprises and plenty of smiling faces.
Joe Kennedy’s massive wealth when his second son John Fitzgerald (Jack) Kennedy (JFK) (1917 – 1963) was elected to serve his first term as the 35th President of the United States of America was huge, said to be between 300 and 500 million dollars…
Can you join GetUp – Action for Australia on June 5 for a fun, family-friendly rally to say “yes” to a price on pollution and clean energy? They are joining with other organisations, that together represent over three million Australians to co-ordinate massive rallies across the country on Sunday June 5th at 11am.
Indignez-vous! from 93 year old French Resistance member Stephane Hessel is a publishing phenomenon. It is the ‘little red book’ that having swept France, is now set to topple international bestsellers’ lists. It contains no sex and is not humorous. It is not a literary masterpiece and it does not have a startlingly original message. So why instead of becoming a publishing disaster, has it become a publishing phenomenon? Everyone is asking, but why?
WOW – BOOK NOW to be there when, on Tuesday 17th May at Brisbane Powerhouse the truly amazing flamenco guitarist Gerard Mapstone, together with the DALeCAÑA Flamenco Company and Special Guest Artists Tomas Arroquero and Judith Henley will present a concert in support of the Kokoda Youth Challenge Program.