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tattoos increasing in popularity along with demand to have them removed

Tattoos Increasing in Popularity Along with Demand to Have Them Removed

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Tattoos are one of the most regretted things around the world. Sometimes people get them engraved in the influence of alcohol and it leads to regrets by the morning after. Another main reason to...
listen to older voices: christine easdown – part 2

Listen To Older Voices: Christine Easdown – Part 2

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      It’s a pleasure to be bringing you Part 2 of the 3-part story of Baby Boomer, Christine Easdown. In Pt 1 we learned that Christine decided to follow a career as a teacher. While studying...
sunday essay: my belly is angry, my throat is in love — how body parts express emotions in indigenous languages

Sunday essay: my belly is angry, my throat is in love — how body...

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  Picture: Nikki Short/AAP Many languages in the world allude to body parts to describe emotions and feelings, as in “broken-heart”, for instance. While some have just a few expressions like this, Australian Indigenous languages...
yearning for touch — a photo essay

Yearning for touch — a photo essay

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      Image author supplied, taken by Pamela Pirovic, Author provided (No reuse) In late November, I led a participatory performance, A Proxy for a Thousand Eyes, at the Sydney Opera House. Among the performers were three videographers...
linden new art presents to feed your oracle

Linden New Art presents To Feed your Oracle

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In 2019, Höflich was awarded the Georges Mora Fellowship. This new body of work has been created through the fellowship, which allowed her access to the State Library of Victoria's special collections. Specifically, Höflich drew...
listen to older voices: christine easdown – part 1

Listen To Older Voices: Christine Easdown – Part 1

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    Welcome to part one of a 3-part Listen To Older Voices program, featuring the Life and Times of Christine Easdown.     In Part 1 we learn that Christine was born in 1955, in East Melbourne,...
the years condemn: australia is forgetting the sacred trees planted to remember our war dead

The years condemn: Australia is forgetting the sacred trees planted to remember our war...

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  Picture: Author supplied On Anzac Day each year, Australians remember those who served and died in wars and conflicts. We may attend a dawn service, go to a march or lay a wreath at...

Polyglot fun, Taste of Bayside, Science & Art, Curator Insights: Her Own Path

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  Her Own Path – Curator insights Hear insights from Assistant Curator, Nicole Salvo about the incredible female artists featured in Her Own Path and then come and see their work at the gallery. The exhibition features...
the stella shortlist: your guide to 2021’s powerful, emotional books

The Stella shortlist: your guide to 2021’s powerful, emotional books

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  Picture: Stella Prize/The Conversation Each year, The Stella Prize honours writing by women. Good. We’ve come a long way. We’ve a long way to go. The 2021 shortlist encompasses contemporary fiction, historical fiction, and non-fiction,...
crowds at dawn services have plummeted in recent years. it’s time to reinvent anzac day

Crowds at dawn services have plummeted in recent years. It’s time to reinvent Anzac...

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    Crowds ahead of the dawn service at Canberra’s National War Memorial in 2018. Attendance at the service fell from 120,000 in 2015 to 35,000 in 2019. Rohan Thomson/AAP The number of Australians attending Anzac...