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"The Laramie Project" Beckons Tears from Viewers

Previously published in “The Stroud Courier” on Nov. 30, 2017.

“I didn’t expect to cry so much.”

Words like this were floating around the audience of the small black box theatre in Fine Arts two weeks ago. 598 more words

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"The Laramie Project" Spotlights Sexuality and Society

Previously published in “The Stroud Courier” on Nov. 16, 2017.

When Nick Kwietniak proposed to direct “The Laramie Project” for Stage II, ESU’s theatre club, he did not expect it to have as much relevance as it does today. 373 more words

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Cross Disciplinary Approaches in Printmaking and Engraving

Peter Shoemaker BFA in Engraving and Sculpture 2013

Below: Work from Peter Shoemaker’s BFA exhibition “Infamy”.

Below: Hand Engraved syringes

Below: Hand Engraved Airplane Seatbelt… 105 more words

Christchurch-Everything will be alright

Interesting journey to Christchurch, a ferry then a long bus trip from Picton. This is the way to see the amazing scenery that is on offer. 211 more words

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Absolutely Positively Wellington

I arrived into Wellington and can confirm that yes it was windy Wellington! A cold breeze that would have been at home on a British seaside. 269 more words

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Auckland Reflections

Auckland the City of Sails has been welcoming and I have enjoyed my time here as a visitor. I have been struck by how friendly the library world is. 386 more words

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Auckland Adventures

I arrived after a 16 flight into Auckland on the Sunday – yes New Zealand is a long way! I was lucky enough to visit the National Library in Auckland today.It was interesting to learn how schools receive their books. 136 more words

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