Articles tagged ‘Culture’.

Writing in the Regions – 4th and 5th of October
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Aspiring writers will gather in Castlemaine and Clunes this Spring to hone their literary skills in two regional writing workshops on the 4th and 5th ...
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Arts Enterprise Opportunity in Central Victoria
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Central Victoria is increasingly becoming known as an artistic and creative hub – but why is it that many artists are unable to make a living ou...
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Castlemaine Children’s Literature Festival
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Castlemaine Children’s Literature Festival is back, for it’s fourth fantastic year! 29th September -5th October There will be events, work...
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Book launch of Tiger Stone by Castlemaine author Deryn Mansell
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Castlemaine Library in association with Black Dog Books invites you to the book launch of “Tiger Stone” by Castlemaine author Deryn Mansel...
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Castlemaine artist David Frazer & Paul Kelly join forces
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Acclaimed Castlemaine artist David Frazer will have collaborator Paul Kelly to officially open his exhibition in song! They have joined forces on a pr...
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Heatwave TPP at CASPA
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Heatwave TPP Press Release June 12, 2014 Heatwave TPP June 21, 9pm at CASPA (above Stonemans Bookstore) Free Admission. Heatwave TPP (Trans Pacific Pa...
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OUR GREAT GUM FORESTS
OUR GREAT GUM FORESTS. [The Argus Sat 26 Jan 1889] BY TELEMACHUS. Tor many a year past there has been talk of the destruction of our magnificent red-g...
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Coalition gives young people an on-air voice
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Member for Northern Victoria Amanda Millar today announced the opening of the next round of Victorian Coalition Government’s Be Heard! grants that g...
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Scar Stories Exhibition – presented by Mount Alexander Shire Council
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Castlemaine’s iconic Phee Broadway Theatre is showcasing a series of photographic portraits that help young cancer survivors see their scars in ...
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Ranjini and the Fortune Teller
My son is married to Anusha, a Sri Lankan of Dutch/Sinhalese descent. They have three young sons whom they are raising in Sri Lanka, residing in the s...
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dave graney FEARFULL WIGGINGS show June 12th Bridge Hotel Castlemaine
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Fearful Wiggings is the 2014 solo album from Australian Music Colourful Identity, Dave Graney. The second album , out of roughly 28 in his career, to ...
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On Beauty
Sunday, 4 May 2014 Walking with a friend through the Bendigo Gallery’s Royal Academy of Arts exhibition recently, I stopped at a painting by the 19t...
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Backsliders play Castlemaine
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Australian rock and blues legends Backsliders (AKA Dom Turner and Midnight Oil’s Rob Hirst) are releasing album number 13 from their 28 year career,...
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Talking Justice in Bendigo
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Is there always a clear and just solution to every problem? How do we approach a conversation around justice that respectfully acknowledges different ...
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Nests and Vegetables. An Exhibition Review.
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A vegetable fetish. Its not often that you come across one however that’s the description that springs to mind upon interacting with April Deal-Syme...
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The Potager: History, Art and Influence
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The Australian Garden History Society Seminar- The Potager: History, Art and Influence Lovers of gardens, landscape and history, gardeners, travellers...
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New book at Bokeh
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New book at Bokeh Sixty people gathered at Bokeh Gallery in Daylesford last Friday 14th March, on a balmy evening, to celebrate and launch Rita McInne...
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Man Bites Dog In Magazine World
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A stunning makeover by one of Australia’s longest-running independent magazines – Earth Garden – goes completely against world-wide tren...
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The Bushwackers in Castlemaine Saturday 29th March
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One of Australia’s longest running bands The Bushwackers is bringing their unique music to the Theatre Royal in Castlemaine on Saturday 29th March. ...
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Arts Open Castlemaine 2014
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Take a look at the amazing line-up. On now: Arts Open 2014...
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Why energy-saving homes often use more energy
By André Stephan, Université Libre de Bruxelles and Robert Crawford, University of Melbourne Energy efficient houses are often thought to be a promi...
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Bridge Hotel and Theatre Royal nominated in The Age Music Victoria Awards
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By Kellie Jackson The Bridge Hotel and Theatre Royal are among five regional venues nominated for The Age Music Victoria Awards 2013 in ‘Best Region...
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Nazi bust: Unknown Marc Chagall painting found among works seized from Munich flat
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Previously unknown works by Marc Chagall and Otto Dix are among the trove of Nazi-looted art seized from a Munich flat, German officials have claim...
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48 journalists asked the same question with varying replies of despair
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Joss Whedon, director of The Avengers, has a history of writing strong women characters. Back in 2006, the organization Equality Now honoured him for ...
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Does Australia ‘get’ culture?
By Julian Meyrick, Flinders University Why doesn’t Australia get culture? What is it about culture that defeats our perception to the point where, l...
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Castlemaine creatives gain new online presence
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By Kellie Jackson Castlemaine artists and venues will now have an online presence with the introduction of the Art Registry. The online directory will...
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Theatre Royal presents National Theatre Live’s ‘The Audience’
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THE AUDIENCE A new play by Peter Morgan Starring Helen Mirren Directed by Stephen Daldry October dates: Saturday, 19th – 1.30PM, Sunday, 20th &...
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Your guide to October’s free music gigs in and around Castlemaine
By Kellie Jackson Albeit Mother Nature frolicking between winter and summer moods as she pleases, October is here and so are longer days and warmer we...
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Lovelace: A hard act to swallow
By Kellie Jackson A FILM REVIEW FROM MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2013 FILM: LOVELACE DIRECTORS: JEFFREY FRIEDMAN & ROB EPSTEIN GENRE: DR...
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Dance’s young artists and their showcase of dedication
By Kellie Jackson As one student leans over to tie her jazz shoes in the foyer, another is red-faced and sweaty; eyes fixed intently on her every move...
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Music streaming revenue structures stacked against artists
By Philip Graham, Queensland University of Technology Streaming services like Spotify and Pandora pay many millions of dollars each year for the right...
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Spring Sculpture at Lot 19
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Lot19 strikes again with the 4th annual Spring Sculpture Prize incorporating the 8th annual Tonksculpture Prize. Lot19 is quickly establishing itself ...
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St Luke’s activities during Mental Health Week
For St Luke’s Anglicare, actively participating in Mental Health Week is a way to promote social and emotional wellbeing in our regional community. ...
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Red Shoes – a domestic opera
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Come into an enchanted kitchen, where glamour, music and dance become the ingredients for the recipe of a lifetime. With Rebecca Morton, David Kram, M...
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