Whe are here to grow to love, then we return home (Australian Aboriginal saying). Australia. His Grandmother did that, too. At the Sunrise Ceremony he had meditate, asking the Great Spirit for direction. His hands had fill with electricity, healing people. For Guboo, we learn to respect the elders who hand on the Law that comes from the mountain. You …Read More »
A GIFT, ONLY IMPROVED WITH PRACTICE – Albert Namatjira / The extraordinary life of aborigenal painter.
First Australian Aboriginal artist to receive acclaim from the white community. With a cultural heritage going back 50,000 years, before European settlement there were almost 600 different Aboriginal nations within Australia. He it is remembered as an artist whose treatment highlighted the inequalities of Australian society. In both the indigenous and European communities, his Western style has earned him detractors. …Read More »
WE ARE GOING – Oodgeroo Noonuccal / Let no one say the past is dead, the past is all about us and within.
Dreaming about totem, carpet snake and sense of injustice. Considered the first of the modern-day Aboriginal writers her first volume of poetry is the first book by an Aboriginal woman published. Her original Anglo-Australian name it was Kathleen Jean Mary Ruska. She was born in a November day, 1920 in Australia, becoming Australian Aboriginal writer and political activist, but her …Read More »
WHEN YOU ARE A NATIONAL LIVING TREASURE – Jimmy Little / Honeyed baritone voice and easy-listening approach to music.
I just want people to remember me as a nice person. Welcome Australian Heritage Motor Inn (45 Cobra St | cnr Cobra and Brisbane Streets, Dubbo), where you can arrange your a last-minute booking in a Queen Superior room, surprising you with the size and cleanliness and price. For service to the entertainment industry as a singer and as an …Read More »
Where you find many exciting and diverse volunteer activities for you to get involved in. Its owner is a lovely friendly person and the food is great: welcome The Forest Door (3 Maloney St, Barmah) https://www.facebook.com/The-Forest-Door-121126321893617/?utm_source=tripadvisor&utm_medium=referral, with a good variety to choose from. About notable people, you can remember Jimmy Little (musician, singer, songwriter and guitarist), William Cooper (founded the …Read More »
JOURNEY OVER THE CANAL – Great Britain, listening to the Motörhead inside a 19th century hunting lodge.
When the beauty of the places induces creativity. The memory of your holiday “beyond the Canal” will last a long time, even by listening to some pieces of music by a famous British singer-songwriter. From Edinburgh to the Lake District, via Stoke-on-Trent, before getting to know South Kensington, Hastings and West Dean House. This is our “journey of authorship” in …Read More »
Suggestive places & real rock ‘n’ roll. This is our “journey of authorship” in Great Britain, the photographic itinerary where a poet and a painter will accompany us to know the places that have marked their path of creative growth. As always, even the suggestion of overnight stay in some hotel (or in a typical restaurant) will improve the quality …Read More »
THERE WAS A BOY, YOU KNOW HIM WELL – Lake District, Cumbria and Windermere / From a short vacation, up to a life style.
Special places, where the environment induces. For a week’s holiday, Writer Alfred Wainwright at 23 he went to the Lake District, where fell in love with the natural beauty of the Lakelands. Poet William Wordsworth lived for most of his life in the Lake District. Over the years, many famous Lake District residents have contributed to the area´s popularity. Windermere …Read More »
To die, after a big birthday party at the Whisky a Go Go. He saw the Beatles perform when he was sixteen, learning to play along on guitar to their first album: Please Please Me. Ian Fraser Kilmister was born into a December day, 1945 in Stoke-on-Trent and growing up between there and later Anglesey, he was influenced by early …Read More »
Travelling abroad with many influences, playing in his own works. His works are included in many collections (such as the Tate Gallery in London, the National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh, and the Art Institute of Chicago). His first solo show was at the Leicester Galleries in 1929. He had showed with the English Surrealists later in the 1930s. He …Read More »