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Fell in Love with a Band

by Chris Handyside

With only two members and no bass player the White Stripes certainly seemed like the ultimate makeshift band.  So how is it that this enigmatic couple—who publicize themselves as brother and sister though...


Best Practice 2

by Emma Nardi & Cinzia Angelini

Emma Nardi, Introduction; Cinzia Angelini, Adult visitors learning from experience; Paola Autore, Roma Caput Mundi - A trip into the past to rediscover the origins of integration; Narine Khachaturyan, Three...


The Notation Is Not the Music: Reflections on Early Music Practice and Performance

by Barthold Kuijken

Written by a leading authority and artist of the historical transverse flute, The Notation Is Not the Music offers invaluable insight into the issues of historically informed performance and the parameters-and...


Moth

by Declan Greene

Moth explores themes of friendship, bullying, mental illness, and the hierachy of the schoolyard. Sebastian is a terminally unpopular fifteen-year-old suburban kid, with an overactive imagination and an obsession...


Windmill Baby

by David Milroy

With the poetry of a campfire storyteller and the comedy of a great yarn, comes this tale set on an abandoned cattle station in the surreal Kimberley landscape of azure skies and red dirt.


Wonderlands

by Katherine Thomson

In 1931, during a wild afternoon's ride, Alice, a white station owner makes a tentative pact with her Aboriginal head stockman, Jim, to hand her land back to him and his people. An unfortunate accident prevents...


The Ghosts Trilogy

by J Balodis

Written over a period of ten years from 1985, The Ghosts Trilogy follows the lives of a group of young Latvians who emigrate to North Queensland in 1948. The chronicle of their struggles over forty-five years...


The Peach Season

by Debra Oswald

After the murder of her husband, Celia has shut herself and her 16-year-old daughter Zoë away, toiling on a peach farm in the middle of nowhere. The arrival of two young people to help during picking season...


Mr Bailey's Minder

by Debra Oswald

A tough, funny and big-hearted play. It's about shame and judgement, about who deserves to be loved and forgiven. It looks at how people exploit each other and where they find the beauty; and the qualities of...


The Seed

by Kate Mulvany

Meet Rose Maloney. Her dad Danny went to Vietnam. Her grandfather Brian is ex-IRA. Today is their collective birthday. From this intimate reunion, The Seed opens itself up over and over again until a silent...


Gwen in Purgatory

by Tommy Murphy

Gwen is 90. She woke up this morning to discover that purgatory is sitting alone in a new house in a new subdivision on the edge of town, trying to work out if the remote in her hand operates the air-con or...


Alvin Purple

by Catharine Lumby

One of the seminal films of the 1970s, Alvin Purple depicts Alvin's struggles with his irresistibility to women-from his school days and time as a waterbed salesman to his short-lived career as a sex therapist....


Hitler's Daughter

by Eva Di Cesare & Tim McGarry Sandie Eldridge

Did Hitler's daughter exist? Four country children waiting in the rain for the school bus take turns telling stories. In an unusual twist, Anna's story takes the children to Nazi Germany. An intriguing tale...


A Man With Five Children

by Nick Enright

Gerry, an idealistic documentary filmmaker, starts to track the lives of five children. All he wants is one day out of each year of their lives, to follow them with a camera, charting their growth and development...


Norm & Ahmed: Plays of the 60s  Vol.2 (inc.)

by Alex Buzo

A rather ocker, white Australian male encounters a well-mannered Pakistani student with revolutionary ambitions in a Sydney park at midnight. Buzo creates an image of race prejudice as a profoundly irrational...


The Golden Age

by Louis Nowra

An epic play about two young hikers who accidentally discover a lost community deep in the forests of Tasmania. Lost in time, the group clashes with the culture of modern Australia, with tragic consequences....


Incredible Tretchikoff: Life of an Artist and Adventurer

by Boris Gorelik

For two decades he was one of the most famous painters in the world. Millions of people in Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa flocked to see and buy his exotic pictures....


Behind the Copper Fence: A Lifetime on Timpani

by Thomas N. Akins

For 26 years I had the best seat in the house - often in the center of the stage, frequently in the spotlight, always in the clear view of conductors and the audience and constantly amid the passions that come...


How to Cheat in Photoshop Cs4: The Art of Creating Photorealistic Montages

by Steve Caplin

First Published in 2009. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Painter 11 for Photographers: Creating Painterly Images Step by Step

by Martin Addison

Whether you are new to Painter or a seasoned pro wanting to take your digital art to the next level, this inspirational book and DVD package will show you how to get the most out of Corel's powerful painting...