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Sunday essay: Nora Heysen, more than her father’s daughter

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Nora Heysen, Self-portrait 1934 oil on canvas   43.1 x 36.3 cm. National Portrait Gallery,Canberra Purchased 1999 © Lou Klepac When Nora Heysen’s portrait of Madame Elink Schuurman was awarded the 1938 Archibald Prize, the Sydney Sun’s...
listen to older voices : olive nicholls – part 1

Listen To older Voices: Olive Nicholls – Part 2

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This is the second of a 3-part Golden moment repeat program featuring the story of Olive Nicholls. In part 1 we learned that Olive was born during the Great depression and of the struggle her...
celebrate the 80’s & judy garland in concert at deakin edge on september 7th

Celebrate The 80’s & Judy Garland In Concert at Deakin Edge on September 7th

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On Saturday 7th September at 2.30pm Play it Forward is excited to present ‘Back to the 80’s’ followed by ‘Liane Keegan Sings The Judy Garland Songbook’ at 7 pm. Have you booked your tickets yet...

They Shield Us, Memory Mixtape and Land Currents new exhibitions at the Koorie Heritage...

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Saturday 3 August – Sunday 29 September 2019 Coinciding with Melbourne Fashion Week, They Shield Us is an exhibition that draws on the Koorie Heritage Trust’s Collection along with newly commissioned works by artists - Djirri Djirri...

Top 5 costumes worn in the NBA dunk contest

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Every year, the NBA’s best ‘dunkers’ come together for the NBA Dunk Contest, and spectators flock to see the outfits on the court. Started in 1976, the NBA Dunk Contest is a crowd pleasing...
carlisle street arts space tells the tale of two st kilda’s

Carlisle Street Arts Space tells the tale of two St Kilda’s

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While it’s a well-known fact St Kilda was named after a schooner, Lady of St Kilda, two local artists have dug deeper, travelling to St Kilda, Scotland, an isolated archipelago located in the mid-Atlantic...
Melbourne International Singers Festival 2018 Welcomes Antony Pitts, From The Song Company

Melbourne International Singers Festival 2018 welcomes Antony Pitts, from The Song Company

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In the lead up to our 9th annual Melbourne International Singers Festival, we unfortunately have to advise that due to ill health, Richard Gill AO has to withdraw. Richard very much regrets not being able...
güler altunbas > chrysalis; recognition and restitution

Güler Altunbas > Chrysalis; Recognition and Restitution

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  The Linden Projects Space is now ready to re-open! After more than a year of closure due to COVID-19, we are so happy to be able to welcome you back into the space.    Jeremy Blackshaw, Chair...

Great time to try: starting a vegetable garden

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Picture: Tania Malréchauffé/Unsplash There is a long history of looking to one’s own garden or small farm when the weight of economic and political chaos becomes too much to bear. Since the first major depression that...
cream of the crate #24 : the easybeats – absolute anthology [1965-1969]

Cream Of The Crate #29 : Elvis – The Legend 1954 – 1961 [Volume...

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     This review was originally posted on the first Toorak Times web site where publications ceased on that site in March 2017. The old site will be permanently closed in 2020 and these reviews are...