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Gurindji women share Walk-Off tales at Katherine festival

Less than a month after they celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the Wave Hill Walk-off at the Freedom Day festival in Kalkarindji, a group of Gurindji women are on the road to Katherine to share stories of their role in that historic protest. 26 more words

Aboriginal

Wanderlust Wednesday: Zen in the City

*This is another post from the archives that I’ve revived and updated.

I love the hustle of living in the city that never sleeps, but even social butterflies with frequent flyer miles need a break from the din now and then. 352 more words

Wanderlust

Is It Really Autumn At Wave Hill?

It is almost hard to believe that it is autumn at Wave Hill in the Bronx, NY. Along the historical district leading up to the compound you can see the fiery leaves on the trees, but once you pass through the gates, it looks like the colors of spring never left. 377 more words

IT MUST BE CITY

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This Fall, the Executive Director & Chief Curator of the West Harlem Art Fund will offer a professional development course in partnership with BMCC. For six weeks, artists, curators and arts administrators will be able to learn strategies for creating public art works in open, public spaces throughout NYC. 129 more words

New York City

A Garden Grows in The Bronx: Wave Hill

When I posted a few of these photos on Facebook, out-of-towners couldn’t believe they were shot in The Bronx.

Yes, this is leafy Riverdale, just over the Henry Hudson Bridge from upper Manhattan, a mostly bucolic section of the Bronx where apartment complexes, stately homes, schools and houses of worship exist side-by side.  156 more words

Public Gardens

MORE FABULOUS ART ON THE HUDSON RIVER - WAVE HILL 

Wave Hill has a Sunroom Project Space where guest artists display their work. I met artist Amie Cunat peeking through her exhibition “HIDEOUT “. Her work is created with cardboard and paper mache. 37 more words

Art

Yellow Poppies

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Before

Enhancing it in Corel Painter made it worthy of publishing. What do you think? 8 more words

Photography