Acclaimed international performer Nilaja Sun will return to Geelong next month direct from Edinburgh Fringe with Pike St, part of GPAC’s 2017 Deakin University Theatre Season.
They say alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. This couldn’t be more true for local fundraiser Breaky for Boobies, the brainchild of two Geelong mums – Emily Townsing and Clare Barnes.
Raising funds for children with Acquired Brain Injury and Barwon Health’s Mckellar Centre, five ordinary guys have come together to try and make a difference.
If you saw the movies and not-so-secretly hoped someone would make it a reality, you’re not alone.
RAW is a world recognised independent arts organisation who aim to help kick start budding artists’ careers by exposing them to the media, and creating a platform for the artists to be ‘seen, heard and loved’.
We all know how difficult it can be choosing our clothing every day – but add the fact that we are dressing for our brand and lifestyle, and it starts to get tricky.
As Warrnambool and Geelong locals, the girls have a passion for creating items for the one, and for their passion, they have just been selected as a finalist in the 2017 AusMumpreneur Awards in the Retail Category.