- Activism and Advocacy
- Beautiful Things
- Culture and that
- GLBTQQ (and the much disputed 'I')
- Glorious Food
- Hot Creatures
- Indecent Obsessions
- Kith and Kin
- Laugh! I almost Cried!
- Mental Health
- Sex and Gender Diverse
- The Arts
- Volunteering Opportunity
- Worky Work
Monthly Archives: May 2011
‘Colourfest Film Festival is Australia’s first national short film festival dedicated to the works of culturally diverse Australian film makers. Screening in three cities, four venues with a total of eight sessions Colourfest is the upcoming festival worth checking out. … Continue reading
Woot! Sir Loins, on the strength of ONE set (ever), has managed to score a place on this amazing bill!
Just happened upon this blog of Aussie music — very happy making!
Hectic times organising Camp Betty, sorry! Less than two weeks ’til opening night! Oh, my… Here are some more workshops etc, with links to the Facebook pages: Community, safety, inclusion and other lies. A panel discussion. ‘A panel featuring: Wai Ho, … Continue reading
More to come — keep checking the website for details! ‘FRIDAY 10 JUNE 2011: Opening night ’5 Minutes of Infamy’ Friday 10 June: 5pm – 7.30pm Registration, Acknowledgement of Country and official Camp Betty opening, live tunes by ‘The Oscars’ and … Continue reading
‘The attraction for a writer of working with paint and colour and texture and form, has to do, I think, with the materiality of the work, the bodily strength and movement that is required: a kind of envy for the … Continue reading
Many thanks to the Scavenger crew for publishing Madame’s article about Camp Betty!