Interview in Crafty Magazine

April 28, 2013

The other week I was interviewed in the UK’s Crafty Magazine. It’s a great magazine, with a craftivism column from the ever lovely Sarah Corbett from Craftivist Collective. You can check it all out here.

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Here Be Dragons in the Hobson’s Bay Leader

April 23, 2013

Here BE Dragons and I have a write up in the Hobson’s Bay Leader today! Check it out…

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Interviewed in Inpress

May 21, 2012

The lovely Rebecca Cook interviewed me last week about Pop Up Playground for her Cultural Cringe column in Inpress. It’s now up online so pop over and check it out…

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Tutorial: 6 steps to an awesome exhibition

January 17, 2009

This stems from my interview with the great community radio station 3CR. It’s how to curate and organise a well thought out group exhibition, using the internet at almost every stage to facilitate it. Step one: The idea and the research behind it Every group exhibition needs a theme, some kind of idea that ties […]

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It was the Monster Mash…

January 16, 2009

Firstly, the interview went really well! I was worried that I wouldn’t have enough to say so I made a page of notes I could refer too. But then I started speaking and off I went. I spoke for 20 mins and still had a bunch of things to say. So I’ll write a post […]

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interview on 3CR!

January 14, 2009

I just wanted to let you all know I’m being interviewed on 3CR today at 5:30! They have a program called DIY Arts Show woth Nicole Hurbutise and Jane Curtis, and they’re running a series called:Arts Geek, DIY artists and the web. John Retallick from The Comic Spot was on last week, and this week […]

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You shouldn’t expect meaning from those paid to fake it

December 22, 2008

There’s a review online for the show This Is Set In The Future at It seems a little conflicted, glowing at the start and not so keen at the end, which is a little weird, but still its a good review… This is set in the future a traditional Christmas tale of blood, cum […]

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Totem article in The Age

September 20, 2008

See? I knew I couldn’t stay away 🙂 The article appeared in The Age today, here it is copied directly from the site:Oh, you inscrutable dollSayraphim Lothian with Rachel Hughes’ bald calico dolls that are part of the Totem installation.Photo: Roger Cummins More than 120 artists’ dolls will soon be on display at Federation Square, […]

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