Artist David Rankin sent a wonderful photo from Shelter Island gently NY watching a gaggle of geese flying above the water on a grey idyllic day, I needed it!
Through April, May and up until now, mid-June 2019, I have seemingly been marking time to move forward discovering I need to have a second round of chemotherapy
Apollo’s Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography is an exhibition at The Met Fifth Avenue starting July 3 celebrating 50 years since the giant leap for mankind
2040 director Damon Gameau has an inspiring vision to restore the broken balance between humans and nature focusing on pro-active solutions, fact based dreaming
Interested in the Science attached to the care and conservation of our planet … Science Talk, free from New York Botanical Garden, offers a global commentary
Nida Graduate and Award winning Director Damon Gameau explores what the future would be like in 2040 if we embrace the solutions to climate change available now
The New York Botanical Garden through its Humanities Institute has received a grant to expand its fellowship and public program offerings informing a world view
Catch Your Breath, a new exhibition at the Royal College of Physicians Museum London, seeks to map the unique role of respiration in both human life and culture
Melbourne Design Week 2019 program is about business technology and community coming together to enrich Australian culture and society through design excellence
‘Under the skin: illustrating the human body’ at RCP London Feb 1- March 15, explores the art and science of anatomical illustration, medieval world until today
Liquid Light: 500 Years of Venetian Glass an entry free exhibition at NGV International March 8 – Aug 4 will showcase the art of glass at Venice 17 – 19 century
Nature responds to the human hand & heart by providing lush green beauty for skin & spirit, fulfilling a dream of founder of Yalu Apothecary, Rhiannon Mapstone
First Man on the Moon NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong is portrayed by Ryan Gosling in this deeply personal telling of his story as he boldly rockets into history
My first chemo treatment meant staying overnight in hospital for staff to monitor my progress rehydrate my body and share helpful info to help with side effects
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) at London, presents a new exhibition marking its 500th Anniversary – This Vexed Question: 500 Years of Women in Medicine
Coming to terms with being a high-risk patient has been hard; my surgeon and oncologist are giving me a good chance of succeeding on my quest to enjoy a future.