A short and intimate thankyou to those whose words provide meaning to one's work.Read More
Why? In this time of internet opportunity, upload and download artist self-management, and free tools under our fingertips, why do closet artists still work overtime in order to keep their art under wraps?Read More
Simon Rigby and Tania Rose first teamed up when the two were in Adelaide in 1992, meeting at a rehearsal room when Simon was playing in bands, and Tania was running the room bookings. Forging an immediate friendship, they began writing together just before Tania’s Coral Sea Dreaming project took centre stage, which eventually saw the partnership end as she moved to Sydney.Read More
It's a tough thing being a solo artist, having to rely on your own drive and motivation to get you through some of the darkest times. It can be a lonely occupation, one which can end up having go round and round in circles, it would seem. Whilst i have discovered my own ways to get things happening within myself, it remains a constant natter at my door, turning me inward more often than not, as i find myself getting in the way of myself.Read More
We all have something to give, something to share, something to trade. From those small, daily rituals, like holding the shop door open for a lady with a pram, to the biggies, such as teaching a group, running a committee, or creating a revolution, each of us has a part to play.Read More
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