Lasseter History Story by Warakurna Artists 2009. 1524mm x 2134mm: acrylic on canvas by Eunice Yunurupa Porter, Waynatjura Bell, Nancy Nyanyarna Jackson, Melissa Mitchell-Stevens, Judith Yinyika Chambers and Polly Pyuwawyia Jackson. Thriving in the Desert brings news of the 26th… Read More ›
This guest post is by Sarah Parker, who blogs at Saucy Sisters. * Perth’s longest running Feminist Convention, Gynaecon, is running this weekend! * Panel Discussion on Strong Female Characters in the Whedonverse and Whoverse * Discussion on the new… Read More ›
Check out these two streetviews (I have highlighted the unusual portions): Now that’s not what the Google Streetview van sees on a typical day. You can read an explanation here.
image source – Daily Telegraph gallery Alan Leek points out in a letter to the SMH that he has a unique viewpoint on this case with a history of being both a police officer and an art exhibitor. Because that… Read More ›
I haven’t written about the matter here until now because I’ve had to sort out my feelings on this one: as someone who grew up in the social nudist movement I hate the way that nudity in any context has come to be automatically associated with pornography, and yet I see the necessity of ensuring that minors are not exploited for sexual imagery as well.
Drinkin’, gamblin’, smokin’, shootin’ up, skull-ownin’, tattoo-havin’, and candle-burnin’: the Seven Deadly Sins
Some art is just… special. This is one of my recent faves, from Art for GOD.