On his eightieth birthday, poet Chris Wallace-Crabbe muses on tattoed ladies, triangulation and growing up Europhile
Ailsa Wild’s memories of learning to be a better clown under the jeering and playful direction of Monsier Philippe Gaulier
On several visits to Angola Jill Jolliffe learnt about imprisonment, fear, war, rigged elections and children’s toys
Tropical humidity, murky crocodile-infested lakes, frogs and mud, and an isolated snack stop in the middle-of-nowhere
Zoe Barron on what it means to place Australian feet on foreign land. Do we travel just to know the rest of the world exists?
Barry Pearce shares excerpts from his diary written on his journey of homage to the master of urban vision, Jeffrey Smart