South Australia has an international reputation for its arts and culture, yet the broader impact of our bustling arts scene is often overshadowed by an emphasis on the bottom line.
Ancient ceramic artefacts from the famous Inkan Empire are among a collection of pottery that will be analysed by a team of Flinders University archaeologists and collaborating researchers.
“So, it’s kind of like a celestial race track on which the original model of every winning sports car ever made is still racing around … forever … totally intact … all at the same time?”
“All of the disasters have been useful; I’ve decided that I will now have to go onto Facebook.”
The first 21 students of an Australian-first postgraduate course in rural education at Flinders University will meet on campus today (Monday, July 7) to begin the course.
Schools are being urged to include both girls and boys in body image awareness, following a new Flinders study which reveals boys believe they need to be strong to be a man.
She’s terrified of catching a cold, has been pushing her mind and body to the limit for months, and thinks she might be in a state of shock … yet Holly Takos can’t stop smiling.
Leaning over a double espresso, Dario Russo’s easy-going demeanour dissipates somewhat as he gets down to the serious business of talking about the art of making entertaining TV.
“People ask me if I’m scared to get involved in this kind of work but my sense of outrage is far stronger than any sense of fear.”