Category: art

Suburbs of Sydney VII: secrets and squeals

LAVENDER BAY Almost a stone’s throw across the Harbour from Sydney’s Circular Quay lies the oft overlooked Lavender Bay. The shortest ferry ride you can make takes you to Milsons Point and the gaping wide-eyed mouth of Luna Park fairground. But once you’ve negotiated the crowds of thrill seekers, the overhead clickety-clack of the roller

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The Art of Science

Kevin Quantum: anti gravity, Adelaide Fringe 2018

SCIENCE AT THE ADELAIDE FRINGE In these days of science denial and fundamentalism in many different guises, it is so important that scientific thought is adequately and accurately represented in popular culture. There was a healthy number of science based shows in this year’s Adelaide Fringe spanning the genres of comedy, magic, visual art, drama,

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Communal craziness- the return of Fringe

ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL   It’s here again, the communal craziness that is the Adelaide Fringe. When the streets of the city become a gigantic, flamboyant conga of performers- dancers, jugglers, actors, musicians, singers, comedians, visual artists, mime artists, contortionists, physical theatricists, acrobats, poets, puppeteers, photographers, conductors, plus the myriad supporting roles- directors, writers, stage hands,

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