It’s hard to imagine what it must be like to live in a part of society where you’re seemingly hidden from the world. Through 22 powerful stories, The Summer Foundation will help uncover the hidden lives of young Australians with disability living in nursing homes. They live in these homes because there is simply nowhere else for them to go.
With the flowers slowly blossoming outside it’s time your indoors matched, and luckily Frank & Dolly’s in East Geelong have some brightly patterned new cushions to do the trick. Made by Together Design (aka Esther Sandler) the quirky designs have just the right level of colour for your couch (or bed) to handle.
There’s a new phenomena taking hold in Melbourne and it’s coming to Geelong tonight (August 20). Filling a pub on a weekday, a room full of people are given a stack full of brushes, some paint, a drawing to recapture and the opportunity to meet a whole bunch of new people. Held at the Carlton Hotel it’s a minimum cost when it includes all the tools and an artwork at the end of it.
If you think that deciding between Vegemite and Peanut Butter is your biggest decision come breakfast time, there’s much bigger issues at play. On September 3 for breakfast you’ll find out just how to break the internet.
Opening your doors to a stranger is a hard task, but Cinnamon Stephens is opening the doors to her studio as part of the Surf Coast Arts Trail, giving an insight into the artists living in our community. We had a chat with her ahead of the event next weekend.
It’s rare that health gets a spotlight shone on it through film, and the Reel Health International Short Film Festival is doing just that. Touring through the region – from Norlane to Lorne – the festival showcases 10 international films that inspire, touch and challenge audiences.