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Friday, February 28, 2020

Listen To Older Voices : Don Carless – Part 1

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Listen To Older Voices presents the stories, views and opinions of our older citizens. It is predominantly in a life & times format, with interviewees reflecting upon their lives from earliest memories. An underlying...

How the new ‘Aladdin’ stacks up against a century of Hollywood stereotyping

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In the live-action ‘Aladdin,’ Mena Massoud stars Aladdin, while Will Smith plays the Genie. Daniel Smith/Walt Disney Pictures Though critically acclaimed and widely beloved, the 1992 animated “Aladdin” feature had some serious issues with stereotyping. Disney...
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In Conversation with Ghenoa Gela

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The winning piece of this year's KEIR choreographic awards Fragments of Malungoka- Woman of the Sea, bought to audience in both Melbourne and Sydney a performance that modernized traditional dance from the Kala Lagaw Ya language group in...
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How unearthing Queensland’s ‘native police’ camps gives us a window onto colonial violence

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Ammunition found at a mounted police camp   at Eyre Creek. Lynley Wallis In 19th century Queensland, the Native Mounted Police were responsible for “dispersing” (a euphemism for systematic killing) Aboriginal people. This government-funded paramilitary force...
poetry one night stand (first)

Poetry One Night Stand (first)

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You're invited to Toot Artspace + Zineshop's  Featuring: Sean M Whelan Amanda Anastasi Andy Jackson Tim Train Gemma White Jade Walsh Thursday 26th September Arrive at 7pm for a 7:30 start!   There will be alcoholic drinks avail to purchase.   Door Charge*: $10 (goes directly to...
remember the arts? departments and budgets disappear as politics backs culture into a dead end

Remember the arts? Departments and budgets disappear as politics backs culture into a dead...

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The federal decision to eliminate a department of arts came as a surprise to public servants. Image: Jade Ferguson/Opera Queensland The decision to merge the Department of Communications and the Arts with Transport, Infrastructure and Regional...
true history of the kelly gang review: an unheroic portrait of a violent, unhinged, colonial punk

True History of the Kelly Gang review: an unheroic portrait of a violent, unhinged,...

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This screen version of Ned Kelly does not die a hero. Stan Justin Kurzel’s latest film, True History of the Kelly Gang, marks the tenth screen version of the 1878-1880 Ned Kelly outbreak. It began in 1906...
sunday essay: histories written in the land: a journey through adnyamathanha yarta

Sunday Essay: Histories written in the land: a journey through Adnyamathanha Yarta

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It is impossible to fully capture the landscape of the Flinders Ranges in one image. Spanning 400km, it is constantly changing. Shutterstock The Flinders Ranges covers a vast area spanning over 400 kilometres. The nearest...
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Your guide to the Miles Franklin shortlist: a kaleidoscopic portrait of a diverse nation

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The Miles Franklin authors with their novels, clockwise from top left: Felicity Castagna, Eva Hornung, Kim Scott, Michelle de Kretser, Catherine McKinnon and Gerald Murnane.  Courtesy Perpetual/ Copyright Agency/ Martin Ollman/Timothy Hillier. Eva Hornung...
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BLUESMAN DOC WHITE’S CHINA TRIP

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ANATOMY OF A MUSICIAN’S TRIP TO CHINA On his recent trip to perform at Aussie Anthea Palmer’s Jimmy Hornet Creative Restaurant in Zhongshan, China, Australian Blues artist, singer and songwriter Doc White, took a detour which...