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Sculpture Bermagui open!

Influence by Jen Mallinson

SCULPTURE BERMAGUI  opened to a packed Community Centre reception on Friday night (9 March) where the sponsors, donors, artists and members of the public all gathered for an evening previewing the indoor sculptures, and to learn which of the over 110 sculptures on display had won the big awards. The prestigious

Can promoting beauty unite the nation?

Lake Burley Griffith scene and plan

AN OLD FRIEND from the United States, Nick Licata, who remains a citizen activist, sent this essay that also speaks to an increasingly troubled Australia with some ideas worth considering. The subject is America’s yawning political divide now under President Trump, but the civic ideas are universal. It comes from the

Autumn Concerts — St Andrews, Braidwood

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Sunday 4 March @ 7pm marks the return of the ever popular Chamber Philharmonia Cologne playing Bach, Tchaikovsky and Paganini Tickets: $40 adults, $35 concessions and $30 children Tickets on sale from the Braidwood Newsagency tel: 4842 2410 Or, on sale at the door from 6.15pm on Sunday 4 March. Cash Only on the door. St

International interest in ‘Sculpture Bermagui’ show

12th Annual Exhibition 9–18 March 2018 PROGRAM UPDATE Sculpture Bermagui  is just around the corner!  Starting with an Opening Ceremony on Friday 9 March, Sculpture Bermagui continues until Sunday 18 March with a fire sculpture closing event. In between, visitors will see large and small works from established and emerging sculptors from all

From testosterone to dogs, and physics for babies

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Five fascinating books from 2017 By George Aranda, Deakin University. IN MY MILD-MANNERED persona as an academic in science education, I teach and research ways that science can be better taught in Australia and globally. But every year I also explore the world of science books. I scope what’s new and interesting for

Oceans: Science and Solutions for Australia

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BOOK REVIEW by Nick Goldie. I love a sunburnt country – and its oceans too Australia (surprisingly) is a maritime nation. We have the third largest marine area of responsibility in the world, almost twice the area of our ‘ragged mountain ranges and sweeping plains’. We have maritime territories in three oceans