At The Met Fifth Avenue, Jewelry: The Body Transformed will explore how and why this form of human embellishment both acts upon and activates the body it adorns
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
Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is a not for profit organisation, helping cancer and chemotherapy patients face their future and reality of cancer, with confidence
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.
ANZAC Day, 25th April each year, commemorates the sacrifice of life in wartime and is an assertion of the nobility of a cause many young men died to protect
The V&A at London and the Royal Opera House present a landmark exhibition starting on September 30, 2017 relating the story of Opera, the music of love and life
CafeSmart an initiative of StreetSmart Australia unites the community on August 4, 2017 over its favourite brew to fund homeless services – drink coffee do good
A British Museum exhibition Scythians, Warriors of Ancient Siberia on show Sept 14, 2017 – January 14, 2018 will challenge us all to keep learning from the past
Kate Grenville in The Case Against Fragrance reports Rose, is acknowledging the negative impact of artificial fragrance on a significant number of the community
The AA&ADA Melbourne Fair will be held at The National Trust Victoria property Labassa, May 4 – 7, with pieces on show enhanced by its architectural repertoire
The historical aspect of decorative needlework from medieval times is both diverse and full of richness, as humankind gained a new interest in the visible world. An exhibition in London at the V & A Museum 2016-2017 showcased Opus Anglicanum: masterpieces of English medieval embroidery, helping to document costume divine….
Recipes used to treat victims of the Great Fire of London 1666 will be on show at the Royal College of Physicians from September 1, 350 years since the disaster
Spring arriving in Australia is celebrated on 1st September, by wearing sprigs of Acacia pycnantha or Wattle, the ravishing plant from the Mimosaceae family
After viewing Trails at the Incinerator Art Space in Sydney by Australian Korean born artist Seong Cho, Rose was curious to converse with her about her practice
Indian architect Bijoy Jain of Studio Mumbai will design the purpose built MPavilion for 2016 in Melbourne, the largest bamboo structure ever built in Australia