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LIFE AND MUSIC, BETWEEN UPS AND DOWNS – Tim Finn: Weave me a rope that will pull me through these impossible times.

When music feature on albums, in motion pictures, opera and theatrical performances. Born in Te Awamutu (Waikato region, North of New Zealand), in a June day, 1952, he started his passion for music at a young age. Musically influenced he acted like the Beatles, but also absorbing the communal singalongs of the native Maori people. TIM FINN http://timfinn.com/ formed his …

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DARK CANVAS AND ANTHROPOMORPHIC BIRD FORMS – Bill Hammond: Tackling social and environmental issues, conveying messages about humanity endangered species.

Covering a range of popular culture, Renaissance art and Egyptian art. He has a strong interest in music, which you can perceive in much of his early work. Born 1947 in Christchurch, he is a New Zealand artist. His mid-1980s’ works often contained scenarios of crime and threat, featuring characters now reminiscent of 1990s’ comic strips. He attended Fine Arts …

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CREATIVE PEOPLE, TWO CITIES AND A CONTINENT – Travel to Australia to awaken creativity.

From Adelaide to Mornington, knowing five ways to perceive Australia. Starting your Australian journey, write this Auguste Rodin’s phrase into first page of your travel diary: “What is commonly called ugliness, in nature can in art become full of beauty.” Here http://www.tourism.australia.com/en are some of the reasons why everyone should visit Australia. 4000 km from Melbourne to Cairns, over 10,685 …

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STARK LIGHT, BLURRY IMAGERY AND VISUAL MUSICALITY – Bill Henson: Starting with edgy and powerful photographic approach.

Loneling figures, tormented by longing and sadness. Australia’s largest photographic digital camera specialist? In Melbourne you can try michaels https://michaels.com.au/, the must visit destination for everyone interested in photography and digital devices. Since 1916, the Michael family has traded from the corner of Elizabeth and Lonsdale Streets. Of course, you also remember better the image of a bear and that …

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WHEN DRESSES RESULT LIKE AN INTRICATELY TIED UP CLOUD – Toni Matičevski: Fashion as art to wear, as a companion to a life filled with beauty.

Each season elaborate gowns, in different styles and materials. Melbourne Fashion Week https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/arts-and-culture/events-partnerships/melbourne-fashion-week/Pages/melbourne-fashion-week.aspx returns every year, and its events celebrating the best in Australian fashion for creatives, designers, artists, entrepreneurs and thinkers from all areas of the fashion industry. Souvenir clothes? Boutique Melbourne labels on Gertrude Street, luxury labels on Collins Street and street brands on Chapel Street. Buy online …

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MAKE AN INTERESTING NOVEL, WITH NO MEN IN IT AT ALL – Finola Moorhead: When you preferred writing to teaching.

An reading twist, that is sure to entertain. It holds holds a market day in the main street, which attracts hundreds of people. Is know for its “village atmosphere” and its beautiful beaches. Is a seaside town on the Mornington Peninsula, south of Melbourne. Mornington is a popular tourist destination to visit the area’s bay beaches and wineries. Why not …

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LOVING VISUAL GAGS AND GIMMICKS – Sia Kate Isobelle Furler: Sensitive, is easily upset and insulted.

Hoping to be a psychotherapist’s dream. Welcome in Hindmarsh Square 132/39 Grenfell St, Adelaide. With 40 years of continual service, is always looking forward into the future. Started out in the 70’s as a street guitar store, Derringers Music https://derringers.com.au/derringers-music-adelaide-city-store bloomed into modern trends and technical innovations. They would like to think that store has played a part in many …

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BETWEEN THE OBSERVED AND THE IMAGINED – Peter Booth: Gestural handling and release of forms from the artist’s subconscious.

When the vision remains bleak. A smell, or a taste just caught, can awaken details and visual details (but, also emotions) connected to those sensory expressions. This happens even years later, so do not forget to add these “travel memories” when you arrive in Melbourne. Here, you can experience Ricotta Hotcakes, Baller Bucket and Lamington Jaffles. Welcome into 658 Church …

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NOT A PLACE, BUT A NEW WAY OF SEEING THINGS – From Banang until Parañaque, to bring power and love back into your life.

Peaceful country will easily make you feel at home. “I read; I travel; I become.” With this Derek Walcott words, wherever you go, The Philippine they becomes a part of you somehow. Is an archipelago bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the east the Bashi Channel, to the north the Sulu and the Celebes Seas to the south. Travel to …

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DRAMATIC COMPOSITION AND WONDERFUL LIGHT CONTRASTS – Xyza Cruz Bacani: Street and documentary photographer based in Hong Kong.

Using photographic work to raise awareness about under-reported stories. Born 1987, she is a Filipina street photographer and documentary photographer. She is now a full time photographer, working on various under reported projects around the world. The eldest of three children, she grew up in Bambang (Nueva Vizcaya). Before leaving the Philippines (to raise funds for the education of her …

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