Interviews

Duncan Meerding Releases New Designs at World’s Largest Decorative Light Show

STUMP- The Cracked Log Lamp/Table/Stool by Duncan Meerding

Duncan Meerding, one of my favourite Australian designers, credited with the wonderful Cracked Log and Stump lights, has launched a new range of handmade, sustainable lighting, at the Euroluce decorative light trade exposition, in Milan. The new designs include a wall mounted Log Light and an 85 cm diameter Propeller Light. The new Propeller light,…

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Retro House Tour: Carolyn O’Neill, Visual Artist

mid century retro sitting room

Carolyn O’Neill is a visual artist, working in oil on canvas, and mixed media. Married with three sons, she began painting in 2003, after being inspired by a mural painted by some of the parents at her son’s kindergarten in Melbourne. Over time her work has developed into an abstract expressionist style and is largely…

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Planet Talks WOMADelaide 2019: All the Fishes in the Sea

Saving the Great Barrier Reef from bleaching and fish sustainability

Dr Jodie Rummer, one of the line-up at the fabulous Planet Talks in 2019 at WOMADelaide, is  an Associate Professor at the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University. She has had had six consecutive years of competitive ARC fellowships. Jodie also received the highly prestigious UNESCO –…

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WOMADelaide 2019: New Materials For Bio-Fabrication in Architecture

Womadelaide 2016 programme and events

WOMADelaide 2019 is almost here and the Planet Talks are always a highlight. One of the lineup, Dr Michael Hornblow, is an interdisciplinary Artist and Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Design at the University of Tasmania. He has a broad background across film, video, intermedia, performance, and design, focusing on site-specific, ecological, social justice and…

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