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Studio Woodworkers Australia
Reflecting Australian Design Centre‚Äôs commitment to showcasing outstanding studio practice, The Art of Making: Studio Woodworkers Australia, demonstrates technical mastery pushing creative and material boundaries. Across an eclectic selection of furniture, objects and wall pieces, the exhibition highlights the unique qualities of Australian timbers and fine craft and design skills. Designers/Makers include Silvio Apponyi OAM | Rolf Barfoed | Evan Dunstone | Phoebe Everill | Stuart Faulkner | Gray Hawk | Jim Homann | Grant Vaughan |Ruth Thompson | David Upfill-Brown | Sebastian Wood | Warwick Wright &  more ADC 10 February - 19 March  https://australiandesigncentre.com/whats-on/
14 March 2022 by Gillian Corba...

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Seahenge - 4000 year old
In the summer of 1998 the shifting sands of Holme Beach on the north Norfolk coast in the UK revealed something extraordinary.&nb
7 March 2022 by Gillian Corba...

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Barely Wearable
If you want to be inspired catch Ruth Downes' new Exhibition at the Hurstville Museum & Gallery. Items that could be  -
28 February 2022 by Gillian Corba...

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Persian mythology
Persian mythology is the body of the myths originally told by ancient Persians and other Iranian peoples, and a genre of Ancient Persian folklore. These stories concern the origin and nature of the world, the lives and activities of deities, heroes, and mythological creatures, and the origins and significance of the ancient Persians' own cult and ritual practices. Modern scholars study the myths to shed light on the religious and political institutions of not only modern-day Iran but the Greater Iran, which includes regions of West Asia, Central Asia, South Asia and Transcaucasia where Iranian culture has had significant influence.
28 February 2022 by Mahnaz fallah

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Vivienne Binns Feminist Artist
Vivienne Binns OAM is a pioneer of feminist art practice in Australia. Born in 1940 in Wyong, she attended East Sydney Technical College. Her teachers included Dorothy Thornhill, John Olsen, Godfrey Miller and John Passmore. In 1962 Binns encountered the work of Mike Brown and the Imitation Realists at Rudy Komon Gallery. Her most recent work in painting and assemblage is an extension of her prior community and feminist practice. Her ongoing love and interest in found materials and domestic patterns where she cajoles life into art. Now in her 80s, she lives and works in Kamberri/Canberra. https://knowmyname.nga.gov.au/artists/vivienne-binns/
21 February 2022 by Gillian Corba...

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summer in Randwick city
Just saw this mural on the sidewalk while walking to my local coffee shop- an artistic reminder of Summer!
20 February 2022 by Lynn Wood