This short video is about a tree in Western Australia but it could be a tree in your back yard.
The dismemberment of ritual has provided the opportunity of theatre in the high culture and carnival at the folk level. A multiplicity of desacralised performance genres have assumed, prismatically, the task of plural reflexivity.
For Kim. Go easy.
Our final assignment for Visual Communication was to create a mock-up for an art gallery website. Here is mine.
An interesting exercise for my Visual Communications unit. These are the logos I am presented with in the first one and half hours of a typical day. I wonder how much it says about who I am.
Che Guevara 1962
Here’s a great video produced by The Australian Youth Climate Coalition http://www.aycc.org.au/
Anyone who did Reinventing Australia last semester might recognise Braden Hill who gave a talk on indigenous issues in one of our lectures.
Back in my OnTrack days I hooked up with Kacy, another digital media student at Murdoch. Kacy gave me some advice regarding digital media courses that really helped in my journey into university life.
Kacy is going great guns and has this really interesting project happening. It’s called 365 Postcards. Kacy laments the passing of the old snail mail days and the excitement we used to get receiving unexpected greetings in the letter box.
If you would like to rekindle some of this excitement for yourself, go to 365Postcards and sign up for your slice of the anticipatory life…
Be afraid, be very afraid.
Study at university requires quite a bit of group work. This can sometimes be daunting depending on the different personalities involved.
I was recently given this little guide to the ‘self full’ charateristics we should aspire to in group situations. I think the same characteristics should be applied to life in general.