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Showing posts from April, 2023

Suburban Arts

  Yesterday l went to a fundraising concert. It was held in a Uniting Church in Frankston. I have seen shows here before and the acoustics are good in the space. Peter Jenkins sang some new songs and Cadence sang a collection of songs including some Seeker songs, honouring Judith Durham who passed away last year. It was a good afternoon in front of an appreciative crowd. The tickets were reasonable and all money was for Operation Larder who help feed the homeless. There are always these little performances out in the suburbs and l really encourage you all to check out your local area. Who knows, you may come across a real gem. <meta name="google-adsense-account" content="ca-pub-8593178050323909">

Time Rone Exhibition

  Flinders Street Station is an icon in Melbourne. Generations of people, including me, have arranged to meet under the Flinders Street Clocks. All those times l never gave thought to what lay on the floors above. Not until today. Time Rone is an exhibition of a time gone past. Type writer pools and phone exchanges. Everywhere you look there is dust and decay but for all that the beauty in the bones of this building shine through. We walked the long corridor going from room to room before ending at the faded ballroom If this building is ever restored it will be a stunner.  Rone is an internationally recognised artist based here in Melbourne. He specialises in beauty and decay. This exhibition brings that faded past to life so well. The exhibition is running until April 23 but is sold out. What a treat to see it.