The art of being grave

Hidden sculpture walk, Rookwood A friend and artist, Ro Murray, has sent me this invitation to the opening of an art exhibition called, “Hidden”, at Rookwood, Sydney’s major cemetery. What’s interesting about it to me are the hours: from “sunrise to sunset”. Those words got me thinking. This reminds me of a friend I had (once) who mused aloud to me (once) that she gave up drink when she woke up one morning draped across a chookshed roof. I... Read More

Chat to Council’s waste officer in Peace Park

Michael Neville, Sydney City Council’s waste officer, is planning to set up in Peace Park from 3.30 – 7.30 next Tuesday evening, 2 March. Michael can provide advice about worm farms, all types of compost, explain Council policy, discuss your ideas and answer your questions. Here is a council rolling up its sleeves and working in partnerships with our community. Michael says, “Anyone welcome for a chat to discuss wasty stuff…particularly compost …”. Bring him... Read More

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