Mezzo Soprano Bronwyn Riley with Pianist Colin Forbes Celebrating life and love with songs by Schumann, l’Estrange, Kosma, Trenet and Louiguy, and a short recital of piano pieces. Appearing at Kangara Waters Cooinda Hall July 29th at 2.15pm. Mezzo soprano Bronwyn Riley is joined by pianist Colin Forbes to celebrate Life and Love
Bungendore & District Sheepdog Association and The Trans Tasman Sheepdog Trial Thursday 19 – Sunday 22 July 2018 By Bill Chalmers & Linda Dening. THE BUNGENDORE & District Sheepdog Association will be hosting The Trans Tasman Sheepdog Trial from Thursday 19 to Sunday 22 July. The Bungendore and District Sheepdog Association was formed in 2007
Works in glass by Kirstie Rea & Lucy Palmer. CANBERRA-BASED ARTISTS Kirstie Rea and Lucy Palmer use glass for its transparency, fragility and optics, each exploring the concepts of seeing light and capturing a fleeting moment. In their upcoming exhibition at Suki & Hugh Gallery entitled ‘Studies with Light’ the artists showcase
PERFORMED BY DINGOES Breakfast in support of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, currently being decimated by the NSW government. https://youtu.be/0oZfm_XN6Qc Listen, Like, Share, Comment – then listen again! Thanks for your support. — Park Watch NSW > See NSW State Budget 2018: Regional impacts.
JUICE MEDIA HAS been getting a bit of traction with its series of “honest government” ads, a take-off of the increasing amounts of federal government advertising promoting what a good job it thinks it’s doing. The video below focuses on the Coalition government’s climate and energy policy, and it hits the
How Syrian refugees are using exercise to improve mental health A GROWING BODY of research is drawing a link between mental and physical health – and the connection is much stronger than you might realise. Simon Rosenbaum, a senior research fellow in school psychiatry at UNSW, had been researching the role of
The public and forensic value of DNA WHEN JOSEPH DeANGELO was arrested in the United States last month over a series of 30-year-old murders and assaults, attention quickly focused on how the suspect was found. In their search for the so-called “Golden State Killer”, police looked for DNA matches on a public
New works by Jane Gerrish Sydney artist Jane Gerrish will open a solo exhibition at Suki & Hugh Gallery, Bungendore on 12 May 2018. IN THE EXHIBITION entitled ‘Still Light’, Gerrish draws on her passion for research to take viewers on a journey through time. Her curiosity is infectious as a narrative