Category Archive: Events

#365walk project

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Originally posted on Tracey M Benson || Bytetime:
Earlier this year I made an ambitious claim about walking for at least 30 minutes a day and recording images from my walks. The project is…

Way of the Turtle at Water, Peace Power

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Originally posted on Tracey M Benson || Bytetime:
In earlier posts about Way of the Turtle I wrote about our collaboration for Water, Peace, Power in Taranaki. During the residency, we learnt a lot…

Words for Water Talk at Waterwheel Symposium

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In March this year, I presented a talk about the ongoing project Words for Water as part of the Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium. Just this weekend some documentation of the presentations has been… Continue reading

200 followers – thank you!!

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Thank you to everyone who visits our site and likes and follows our posts. We really appreciate your support – it inspires us to continue to write and publish our travel stories. Don’t… Continue reading

Thanks Bendigo Theatre Company for sharing our review

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This morning when checking our web analytics, I noticed that we had some traffic from the Bendigo Theatre Company. I was very curious, so headed to their website to find they had put… Continue reading

Help us make 200 followers: it’s still the w’end in some parts of the globe:

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Yesterday we hit 500 likes on our travel site www.geokult-travel.com . We are really excited to share that we almost have 200 followers. We would love to make this milestone this weekend,  so if you… Continue reading

Review: Turning Tables – A Play by Sue Walker

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Tonight we were very privileged to be invited to the preview of emerging playwright Sue Walker, titled Turning Tables. The play is being held at the Art Shed of the Bendigo Theatre Company.… Continue reading

Gallipoli – a cultural connection

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Originally posted on Geokult:
Lone Pine Gallipoli – a panorama So much of my thinking leading up to this trip has focused on how to engage with Turkey as cultural strangers, as people…

To Our Followers

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Thank you all for liking and following us. We are really excited to announce that we now have 100 lovely followers. Hope you continue to enjoy our posts 🙂

Mapping a Sustainable Future – First Steps in Ganmain

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Originally posted on Geokult:
Aside from a mutual fascination with maps and geography, Marty and Tracey both have a passion for sustainable building and treading more lightly on the earth. Over the Easter…