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renaming of red skins and chicos is a shaky step towards leaving discriminatory ideas in the past

Renaming of Red Skins and Chicos is a shaky step towards leaving discriminatory ideas...

Nestle This week, it was announced two types of Allen’s lollies, Red Skins and Chicos, will be known from January 2021 as Red Ripper and Cheekies. The Swiss-headquartered Nestle Corporation decided the original names did...
beauty and audacity: know my name presents a new, female story of australian art

Beauty and audacity: Know My Name presents a new, female story of Australian art

Tjungkara Ken, Sandra Ken, Yaritji Young, Freda Brady and Maringka Tunkin, Seven Sisters, 2018. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra purchased 2020 Review: Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 to now, National Gallery of...
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DON’T STOP UNTIL YOU GET ENOUGH  Hindley Street Country Club leapt off our screens and onto the stage at the iconic Thebarton Theatre https://youtu.be/xCAeE19sMUw Last weekend, Adelaidians were going about our everyday lives, blissfully unaware we were...
listen to older voices: sam see – part 2

Listen To Older Voices: Sam See – Part 2

This is the second of a 4-part program that features the Life & Times story of Australian musician, composer and producer, Sam See. In the last program Sam talked about his family and their background...
fun things to do in australia with friends

Fun Things to do in Australia with Friends

If you are pack is adventure-loving and want to experience a time like never before, pack your bags and head on to Australia. Tourism is one of the most important industries in Australia. According...
the wolves update on marooned

The Wolves update on Marooned

  https://youtu.be/occF-j2d3Ds Buy a Guitar and Support Marooned    A Melbourne Muso, who wishes to remain anonymous has generously donated this USA built 2002 Fender Stratocaster Guitar to the cause. All proceeds go to the shooting fund. If you want...
buxton fawn in the forest: grant stevens

Buxton Fawn in the Forest: Grant Stevens

Buxton Contemporary is delighted to announce the launch of its third Light Source commission Fawn in the Forest by Sydney-based artist Grant Stevens. In Fawn in the Forest, an animated juvenile deer wanders through a computer-generated redwood forest. Programmed with artificial...
second world war indigenous service list published online

Second World War Indigenous Service List published online

The Australian War Memorial has published its Second World War Indigenous Service List online in time for NAIDOC Week. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a long tradition of fighting for Country and have...
celebrating naidoc week 2020 + online exhibitions

Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2020 + Online exhibitions

Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2020 + Online exhibitions   The Australian home of photography Interview with Leah King-Smith for NAIDOC Week On the occasion of NAIDOC Week 2020 discover an interview with artist Leah King-Smith as she reflects on...
sunday essay: in praise of pardalotes, unique birds living in a damaged country

Sunday essay: in praise of pardalotes, unique birds living in a damaged country

Image: Shuttlestock I’ve spent more of my life with pardalotes than with most other acquaintances. They are an obscure and odd group of four species of small (thumb-sized) birds. They have little public profile,...