What an epic sleep deprived adventure I endured from 1:30am Friday till 11:30am Saturday. My 3 weeks back at The Sydney Markets ended with a 36 hour train and hitchhike journey from Sydney too Gunnedah. My alarm went off at 1:30am Friday morning and I begrudgingly got up and stripped my bed as I vacated […]

“Overnight asylum seekers went from refugees to terrorists” I saw Stop The Boats as part of the 2018 Refugee Film Festival. The documentary asked more questions than it answered in relation to the refugee crisis and most importantly what needs to happen to fix the problem and whose obligation it is. Refugees One of the […]

As I venture off I’m heading over ground I’ve been burning for the last five months in my new found shearing career, however this day will take me into country unknown to me if only for a day. I bounce along the well worn Bogan Gate Way out of the Riverina style country of Forbes […]

The exciting 30th anniversary adaptation of Kenneth Slessor’s book of poetry moulded into a musical by Katherine Thomson. Expertly directed by Lee Lewis in Hayes Theater located in the very area Slessor wrote the original work. Darlinghurst Nights bursts on to the stage at full pace with humor, witt, emotion and doesn’t hasten until the […]

Having over 100 millimeters of rain and a town full of disgruntled Vanfest patrons, the 2nd of December saw Forbes Art Society host the official opening of the Black and White Exhibition in the Platypus Gallery situated on the corner of Lachlan and Templar St. Not a single wall space was spared with phenomenal entries […]

River Bank Gallery, Canowindra Having an opportunity to win $500 and the creative freedom to use any medium and any subject the first 1824 People’s Choice couldn’t be anymore enticing. To enter an artist merely purchases their canvas from the River Bank Gallery and lets their creativity loose. The exhibition opens Saturday the 25th November […]