httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXDMoiEkyuQ&feature=player_embedded#! Author, photographer, painter and keynote speaker Elizabeth Murray in California sent me the link to this beautifully filmed video presented at the TED conference 2011. TED is all about ideas worth spreading. This presentation was given by Louie Schwartzberg award-winning cinematographer, director, and producer. His notable career spans more…
Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox has an exhibition about to open on the 8th September 2011 and run until 8th October (someone’s superstitious) at the Purgatory Artspace in North Melbourne, Victoria. The exhibition is called Paradise, so I am sure reviewers, certainly with a Catholic school background, will have a field day referencing Paradise to, and in Purgatory.
Headlines in newspapers across Australia on July 25th 2011 celebrated the awesome achievement of cycling’s new hero Cadel Evans, a man deeply committed to the ethos of his profession and chosen sport. Through endurance, patience and above all persistence after more than a decade of trying he finally won on 24th July Le Tour de France, the most demanding of all the cycling races around the world. Evans gave a performance of great éclat.
Dance is the hidden language of the soul and the body* The Australian Ballet in 2011 is a fantastic fusion of art, design, style, movement and music. Whenever and wherever they dance today becomes a sensory spectacle of visual richness, which is shaped by its history, social, cultural and spiritual…
A Night in Vienna with flutist Dieter Flury and pianist Maria Prinz is a magical musical experience to be held in St John’s Cathedral at Brisbane October 1 2011
At 156 Cafe’s all over the country this Friday $1 of what you spend on a coffee will go to StreetSmart so that they can support the critical services that help the homeless.
Change is inevitable and in a progressive country change is constant. The truth about the Carbon Tax in Australia is out there, but will it ever be found? This is the debate we had to have.
The final Atlantis Space Shuttle Mission countdown is over. Atlantis has left Cape Canaveral to rendezvous in orbit with the space station above the earth for the final time. “Let’s light this fire one more time, Mike, and witness this great nation at its best,” said Christopher Ferguson, Atlantis commander, to launch director Mike Leinbach just before the lift-off of STS-135, 8 July 2011.
At Wayville South Australia in July Brisbane soprano Judith Henley and pianist John Colwill will perform duets for voice and piano at a special ‘house concert
Australia’s Got Talent showcases many different musical styles and types of talent, none more outstanding than David de Vito who has reached the Final in 2011. A tenor from the Gold Coast, Queensland David is a big man with a big voice and even bigger heart.
An evening of traditional elegance, say at the White House or Government House Australia, still requires a perfection of planning and wise organisation so that it appears not to be contrived at all.
If you want to enjoy a close encounter of the best kind remember that in space no one can hear you scream, but if you remain on earth you can have an enormous lot of fun with Paul, the E.T. with awesome attitude
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
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
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.
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.