Tag Archive: culture

Map: 365 Places

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Here is a map of all the places visited so far in the 365 Places project. Images will also be added over time.

365 Places: Shepparton

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Day 17: Shepparton, Victoria, Australia Today we are going back to Victoria, to the town where I spent 6 weeks as a secondee with Jawun – Shepparton, more affectionately known as Shep. While… Continue reading

365 Places: Amsterdam

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Day 6: Amsterdam, The Netherlands The new market and bourse (i.e. weighing house), Amsterdam, Holland Today I am back in Europe, in another city that I love, Amsterdam.…

Collaborations between culture and science: Yorta Yorta projects

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It is almost a year since I headed to Shepparton on a Jawun secondment to work with the Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation (YYNAC). My role was to help them to develop their social… Continue reading

Turning Tables: A Photo Essay by Tracey O’Keeffe

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Here are some great images from the preview of Turning Tables at Bendigo Theatre Company by photographer Tracey O’Keeffe. You can also read my review of Sue Walker’s brilliant debut play.

A Kangaroo Tale

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Text: Garry Benson Photos: © Garry Benson 2008 Editor: Tracey Benson It was during the video shoot for ‘Painting the Song’,  a documentary on the Kaltjiti (Pitjantjatjara) Artists of the Sand Dune Country… Continue reading

365 Places: Shamrock Hotel

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Day 15: Shamrock Hotel, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia Today I am posting again about a place in Bendigo – the Shamrock Hotel, where we stayed when we visited. As mentioned in and earlier post… 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

365 Places: Paris

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Day 4: Paris, France Today’s lovely place is none other than Paris, one of my favourite European cities. Rather than writing a story about this magical place, I…

Uncovering the Hippy Trail

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When I was a teenager living in Darwin in the late 1970s and early 1980s, I was very aware of the stream of young travellers that made their way to Asia from Darwin,… Continue reading