Writing poems in weeping sands. Waiheke Island https://www.waiheke.co.nz/ is island in the Hauraki Gulf (New Zealand). Its ferry terminal is 21.5 km (13.4 mi) from Auckland. There are many scenic beaches, including Onetangi Beach. In Onetangi (a Māori name meaning “weeping sands”), you can find sandcastle-building contests annually. You too have a few hours to build your creations in soft …Read More »
AUSTRALIAN CREATIVE JOURNEY – Like boomerang’s form constructed, but to spin about an axis perpendicular art.
When creativity also smells like boiled donuts. Observing the artistic creativity of the inhabitants of a certain terrestrial latitude and longitude (made up of books and poems, songs and paintings), it is useful to tune emotionally to their culture. In ancient communities the word “culture” originally indicated the cultivation of the soil, but with the passing of time it assumed …Read More »
BECOME INSPIRED TO TRAVEL TO AUSTRALIA – Discover fantastic things to do and places to go, only into twenty pictures.
The creative ultimate trip, to Australia. Australia welcomed 8.8 million visitor arrivals for year ending January 2018. You too can experience Sydney’s expansive coastline, or the red sands of Uluru, but growing around the art’s experience, you will observe our different way, only into twenty pictures. The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their …Read More »
Continuing to paint and travel, until a distant December day. It’s one of the most popular restaurants in Hahndorf. The Haus Restaurant, you showcases an selection of dishes created from the in local produce (which changes with the seasons). http://www.haushahndorf.com.au/ You too can enjoy theyr friendly service, also enjoy one of theyr tempting pastries. Here you can visit the Hans …Read More »
CLARA SOUTHERN (1860/1940), AUSTRALIAN PAINTER – Red hair in the wind, inside a valley full of charm.
The woman who smelled beauty in the Yarra valley. All it began during the latter years of the 19th century, when many Australian landscape painters sought out areas close to Melbourne, in which to paint the Australian bush. Among them, landscape artist Clara Southern. With her husband they settled in cottage ‘Blythe Bank’, just on the hill above a river. …Read More »
A vocal journey that encompasses everything. Brisbane is located in the county of Stanley. This town offers you a discovery in every direction, with over 1000 stores, including the largest range of flagship boutiques in Queensland. The best of the City’s food scene? The Bagel Boys (Adelaide St), http://thebagelboys.com.au/ it’s specialise in traditional kettle boiled bagels that are mixed and …Read More »
THE SPARE ROOM – Helen Garner / The unclassifiable Australian writer on true crime and sexual harassment.
Writing dissections of an author’s own thoughts, and ours as well. Adventure Park https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fb7Qhg8NGKg is Victoria’s water theme park with many attractions (such as numerous water slides and water playgrounds). Its Bonito’s Bay Water Play area? Is an interactive Caribbean Pirate Adventure, that includes waterfalls and water jets. Dine in a wide variety of restaurants, or make a quick stop …Read More »
Loving family and garden, Northern Territory and poetry. The island has until recently been open, because the local Aboriginal Land Council did not encourage tourism, but there is now a resort style hotel on the island and visitors are welcome. Groote Eylandt is the largest island in the Gulf of Carpentaria, and it’s part of the Arnhem Land Aboriginal Reserve. …Read More »
FIVE PEARLS OF ASIAN CREATIVITY – Get to know Indonesia, from Surabaya to Jakarta, in the company of five artists born and raised in this land.
The archipelago full of magical destinations. The word “culture” (a derivation of the Latin “colĕre”, ie cultivate, take care), in ancient communities indicated the cultivation of the soil, but with the passing of time it assumed the meaning of refinement of the spirit and knowledge. That’s why, as always, when you decide to visit a country we advise you to …Read More »
A author’s travel, in twenty images.’]From Bangor to Jakarta, with the wonder inside your eyes. Learn about an archipelago full of special sites and magical destinations. Here you can also learn about the different cultures that each region has to offer, following through images our “author’s journey”, starting from Bagor up in Jakarta. The intellectual property of the images that …Read More »
BASOEKI ABDULLAH (1915/1993), INDONESIAN PAINTER – The naturalist and romantic painter from Indonesia.
Paint, understanding the Javanese culture and Javanese Puppets. In time, he become one of the most prominent Indonesian masters in portrait painting. He started painting at age 5 years and at 10 he traveled to Surabaya and Bali, where he started portrait painting. He continued his study at Academia van Beeldende Kunsten (in the Hague, the Netherlands). During 1933, BASOEKI …Read More »
A style that challenge the Western hegemony of art. As the first Indonesian contemporary artist to break into the global art scene in the early 1990s, HERI DONO become Indonesia’s leading contemporary artist. Mixing humoristic comments in his work on political and social problems in Indonesia, he lives and works in Yogyakarta. Inside his paintings, you can find wild deformations …Read More »
Growing with the “fragrant literature” literary movement. She attended Parahyangan Catholic University, graduating with a degree in international relations. In 1993, she formed the girl group RSD, releasing greatest hits albums. In 1976, she was born in Bandung (West Java), on a January day. DEWI LESTARI SIMANGUNSONG is an Indonesian writer and songwriter. With a fresh narrative, always she offers …Read More »
Treating the taboos of an era, in an open way. Reflecting the richness of the Indonesian oral tradition, her prose is lively and modern. She writes freely about love and sexuality, and also about the relationship between Muslims and Christians. Breaking with Indonesian literature to date, she treats social taboos in an open way. By writing about politics and sex, …Read More »
Growing inside first generation of Indonesian feminist thinkers. In 1981, she was a guest at the Poetry International festival in Rotterdam. She writes poems, both intimate and personal, that highlight repressive conventions. She is Indonesian poet with a creative and powerful vision. TOETI HERATY was born in 1933, in Bandung (West Java), on a November day, becoming human rights activist …Read More »