The magnificent Scribblers Festival – a literature and arts festival for young people – is back! Here’s a snapshot I wrote for Weekend Notes Perth.
Wine, art, autumn – it’s hard to go wrong, really. Here’s a little article I wrote for Weekend Notes Adelaide about the d’Arenberg Winery’s Salvador Dali exhibition. “If you like your Semillon, Sauvignon or Shiraz with a touch of surrealism, then head to d’Arenberg winery this autumn.” Read the rest of the article here, and check out […]
For something a little different, I took a little backstage tour with Perth theatre company, Paper Haus, and wrote a Q&A for Weekend Notes Perth. “Over a virtual cuppa (or maybe something a little stronger), I had a hearty Q&A with Heather Jerrems (director and marketing manager), Nelson Jerrems (co-director and designer) and Ryan Hunt […]
With Perth’s Fringe Festival in full swing, here’s a little review I wrote for Weekend Notes Perth. “As part of Fremantle Fringe, sultry songstress Jen de Ness and her trio of merry men (thereby completing the Jen de Ness Quartet) invited us into the fictitious world of the Green Tile Tango Club for the night for […]
When an actual (Champagne) champagne maker visits Perth for the first time, you go. Here’s my lighthearted account of An Evening with Olivier Bonville from Champagne Franck Bonville, Champagne Franck Bonville, for Weekend Notes. Thanks to Howard Park Wines for making the event possible (and the great banter!) and The Shorehouse for hosting.
Ahhhh, social media. Isn’t it wonderful… And yet sometimes not… I recently wrote an article for Roooar Magazine, Use Social Media to Empower Not Disempower, about my love/loathe relationship with social media. It’s different for personal and business, but I use it in ways that suit me for each rather than feeling compelled to be […]
“Passionate about social inclusion in sport? Sport has the power to change the world – Nelson Mandela If you, too, believe sport can be a powerful and positive influence in communities and you’re passionate about social inclusion – particularly in the sport and recreation sector – head along to the Social Inclusion Forum on Wednesday 4 […]
“Thousands of glass spheres on slender stems planted along the avenue at Albany Heritage Park by local volunteers, illuminating the tree-lined path with an artwork blooming at night like wildflowers after rain.” – Field of Light, Albany website Following on from the incredibly successful – and incredibly beautiful – Field of Light, Uluru, WA is getting […]
“Besides the thrill of working on a cool project together, we wanted to create something that would have impact and make a difference to the lives of others. As cheesy as that may sound, it was true, and the sheer joy of that spurred us along. And the more excited we became about the project, […]
Andrew, who owns, manages and curates The Curb, kindly gave me a platform to help spread the word about my client’s crowdfunding campaign. Scribblers Festival is looking to help 10 under-resourced schools attend next year’s Schools Program. Here’s a bit about it and how you can support it.