November 21st, 2008
The Christmas community market will a be stocked with handcrafted goodies including these felted and beaded dowry bags, tooth fairy keepers, treasure pouches and dyed faerie’s fabric made by the nimble fingered Maynards Well guild.
Watch this space for market dates.
November 3rd, 2008
This is an image of a Thai temple built from recycled bottles. With a bit of lateral thinking, many things laid to waste could be transformed into creative projects. What resources do we have in abundance?
Link shared by Gina
September 24th, 2008
The Adnyamathanha Women’s Choir will be taking the Yarnballa Festival stage at sunset, and look who else is in the mix – the irrepressible Ken McKenzie.
Musicians and songwriters taking part in the Yarnballa Festival Music Workshops in Port Augusta are writing a song to capture the spirit of Yarnballa that will be performed at the Festival’s opening ceremony on the shores of the Spencer Gulf.
Under the guidance of acclaimed singer/songwriter Sonny Keeler, who is conducting songwriting classes as part of the six-week workshop, the local muso’s are developing an anthem for South Australia’s first Indigenous Arts and Culture Festival.
September 5th, 2008
See the site for details.
July 5th, 2008
Check out this delightful short film – and keep dancing and laughing!
Sent in by Gina 🙂
June 13th, 2008
Gina sent in this link to the work of Chris Jordan, an American artist whose series “Running the Numbers”, in his own words,
visually examines these vast and bizarre measures of our society, in large intricately detailed prints assembled from thousands of smaller photographs. Employing themes such as the near versus the far, and the one versus the many, I hope to raise some questions about the role of the individual in a society that is increasingly enormous, incomprehensible, and overwhelming.
It’s giddying stuff alright, check it out.
June 7th, 2008
Stay tuned to this thread for updates on the winter fair…
April 19th, 2008
William Snell will be performing at the Bush Opera at Old Wilpena Homestead this Sunday, 27th April. Meals are served at noon followed by opera 2 – 4.30pm.
Tickets are $90 through Bass 131 246
Enquiries 0418 840 230 or pop into the Copley bakery to see Ron who has organised the event.
March 10th, 2008
One of the highlights of community trip to WOMAD world music festival in Adelaide was the Black Arm Band – a powerfully uplifting statement of hope, healing and harmony. Stay tuned for a community screening of the event.
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