Kate Grenville discusses the relationship between her life and her writing revealing the wellsprings of her creativity and her love of words. She talks about her triumphs and failures and how and why she writes. Her themes include; feminism, cultural stereotyping, rebellion, sexual abuse, marriage, family and dispossession.
Robyn Archer has gone from a Housing Commission suburb of Adelaide to the Festival Hall in London. As a cabaret singer, she mixes high art with low culture. As a child with chronic asthma, she faced death, and dosed up on adrenaline. As a committed feminist lesbian, she credits the men in her life with creating her career opportunities. Robyn Archer believes in saying yes to everything.
Elena Kats-Chernin was born in the USSR where her musical talent was discovered and first nurtured. She and her family eventually migrated to Australia where she studied piano and composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. After further studies in Germany she began to discover her own unique voice, a combination of modernism and the tonal music that springs from her Russian roots. Today she is considered one of Australia's most intriguing and creative composers.
Follows the Purple Spider Dance troupe as they perform at a prestigious festival in England. The experience will strengthen their connection and belief in their culture. Alternative title: From the Torres to the Thames.
Find out why dancing is good for you no matter your age or skill level! Give three reasons why is dancing good for you. Which hormone is released from the brain when dancing to music with others.