Underpass Art

One of the things I love about cities is discovering the art in the underpasses and on the railway stop walls.  Some of these art works are commissioned creations; others are layers put over already existing art and blank walls by underground artists. During the lead up to hosting the G20, the city concerned aboutContinue reading “Underpass Art”

Journey Planning

Living in  Brisbane is enhanced by knowing how handle public transport, but in the Cassowary Coast there isn’t any to handle so I am seriously rusty about how to do it.  So settling in well has meant rediscovering how to navigate it. The internet makes it relatively easy to journey plan your trip by rail,Continue reading “Journey Planning”

Art singing and dancing in the Streets

Art in the city, not shut away in galleries, but everywhere you look. It’s on power boxes, telegraph poles, railway station walls. climbs onto walls and alleyways. chalked, painted, sprayed, and poster papered. It’s murals with messages from Martin Luther King everytime I used to catch the bus in Marrickville I’d see his face withContinue reading “Art singing and dancing in the Streets”