This week's blog looks at NAIDOC Week in Australia (3-10 July 2016), which acknowledges and celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

This week's blog looks at some more arts news, and also the question as to why people want to make art.

This week's blog looks at some recent arts news, and the next Live at the Village event this coming Saturday, 25 June, in Springwood.

Today's blog looks at writing pieces for people.

This week's blog looks at the Labor Party's arts policy, released over the weekend, and a past memory of a visit to Australia by an eminent Chinese composer, Luo Zhongrong, and his meeting with eminent Australian composer, George Dreyfus (who happens to be the father of the current Shadow Minister for the Arts, Mark Dreyfus QC MP).


What’s in a name?  Or, Do the titles of pieces matter?

Well, they do to me.

Today's blog is an expression of anger about recent cuts to important music and other arts companies in Australia.  And it finishes with Finding a place of peace.

Today's blog features my work 'Resting', and wishes my friend Maureen a very Happy Birthday.

This week's featured work is 'Blessings for the newborn', re-imagined for my new CD, 'Places with high levels of natural beauty'.

A little background is provided in today's blog.

Today's blog celebrates birthdays of two dear friends, looks at the ukulele, and features 'Hymn to the Mountains (2)' from my new CD 'Places with high levels of natural beauty' as the featured work for the week.

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