Festival

Review: Clunes Booktown Festival
Mary Ntalianis

There really is nothing like the look and feel of a good book: you can smell the authenticity of each page, and feel the creases and textures in the paper. This love of books is the reason that Clunes Booktown Festival is now in its 11th year, and still going strong.

29 May 2017
Glitter, Groovin the Moo and figuring it out together
Mary Ntalianis

Glitter of all colours whirling through the air. Crushed cans of Somersby sprawled across grass. Pupils so large there aren’t any irises left. A sea of sticky bodies moving together like a pulsing wave. There’s only one context in which these images are deemed natural. Groovin the Moo is one of Australia’s most beloved travelling […]

11 May 2017
Recollections 1
Amie Green

20 March 2017
PBS Takes the Plunge
Danielle Bagnato

It’s important that people have ready access to an alternative attitude in broadcasting, away from the pulp of commercial media.

20 May 2016
Review: Golden Plains
Danielle Bagnato

Another festival passed, another year dustier. Thank you Aunty Meredith for a supernatural weekend away.

29 March 2016