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Culture + Complexity + Change

AHEAD | First steps

We begin the year with a number of projects in train – public art, writing, research, facilitation, creative and more. This month we visited Hobart to attend the MONA FOMA, an experience Linda may be writing about in part or whole for her Fieldworking project. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Hobart and surrounds, visiting a few wilderness areas for bushwalking and other explorations, between festival events. Festivals change the dynamics of cities in sometimes unexpected ways and this aspect of cultural geography warrants examination. Of course, we were overwhelmed by MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), both the collection and the building. As we toured through some of the fire devastated areas we were shaken. Information about the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal is online.

Work on Long Time, No See? is also continuing with the production team developing a highly interative website and app, with workshops and a possible launch due to be announced in the near future. Community workshops are also in preparation for the Southbank Tunnels public art project. The World Listening Project has also invited Linda to be a guest blogger in February.


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