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I am Greek-Cypriot. Brisbane is my new home. I love exploring, reading and blogging.

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My WeekendNotes - 521
Chiharu Shiota "The Soul Trembles" which just opened at the Gallery of Modern Art is her 300th solo exhibition, a remark... [more]
18/06/2022 - 03/10/2022
If you are wondering who Margot McKinney is then here is your answer - a Queensland woman who has made her life's work t... [more]
15/06/2022 - 06/11/2022
Last night saw the premiere of Li's Choice at QPAC. This is the much-beloved Li Cunxin who heads Queensland Ballet and w... [more]
10/06/2022 - 25/06/2022
Wild Canary Bistro is launching its new exhibition on Saturday 11th June starting at 3:00pm, finishing at 4:00pm. Gu... [more]
This is some background information about the participating artists: Gerald Phillips – Lazy Dog Lighting Gerald... [more]
I have just finished reading Elif Shafak's The Island of Missing Trees and I think this is a must-read for any islan... [more]
'MOSAIC FOR BEGINNERS WORKSHOP'Sunday, 5 June 2022 from 9 am - 4 pm The $250 covers a base of your choice (a bird feeder... [more]
Paddington Then and Now is a wonderful and local group that looks into the history of the Paddington area. For those i... [more]
There is nothing tiny about the Tiny Tree Café, other than perhaps the Bonsais. Everything else is a grand vision ... [more]
The Solomos Society, now in its 41st year, is named after Dionysios Solomos (1798-1857), the poet of the Greek Revol... [more]
Wild Canary has announced that it is now up and running after the devastating floods that caused so much damage to the b... [more]
05/04/2022 - 09/04/2022
Paula Quintela, a South American artist who has made Brisbane her new home, is exhibiting at the Artisan Gallery in King... [more]
19/03/2022 - 04/06/2022
If you have been to Binna Burra, you will know that it is the perfect setting for admiring nature and perhaps having a... [more]
04/04/2022 - 06/04/2022
Tanqueray over Hemingway anyone? Walking into the Judith Wright Centre for Contemporary Arts for a live CabFest ... [more]
25/03/2022 - 04/06/2022
Right in the heart of the City are the Botanical Gardens - a lovely tranquil setting with mature trees, an avenue of Bun... [more]
Robyn Bauer has moved her one day sale to Saturday the 5th of March 2022. Come along and support a local artist.... [more]
Robyn Bauer Art Studios are holding a one day sale. Don't miss it. Robyn is a well-known local artist and through tw... [more]
Ruby's Choice is an insight into dementia that is heartwarming. They say that people with dementia are happy in the... [more]
Deception Bay was so named by Lieutenant John Oxley in 1823 who thought the bay was a river and because of his mistake a... [more]
Brisbane City Councils Environment Centres are inviting you to a little nighttime adventure in Mount Coot -tha Botan... [more]
A new shop has opened on Enoggera Terrace called the Forager's Nest and it is run by a very creative person - Bettin... [more]
From O to V in two easy steps or more as the fancy takes you. The New Year has come and let's admit it, it has been a... [more]
Lake Wyaralong was formed in 2011 when the dam was constructed and since then has provided a beautiful and tranquil sett... [more]
Birds of a feather flock together. A new exciting and innovative exhibition has just opened in The Centre in Beaudesert ... [more]
12/01/2022 - 05/02/2022
The Lost Daughter is currently on in all major cinema chains and on Netflix. It stars Olivia Coleman and was directe... [more]
There are hefty tomes in the Great and Grand Rumpus room with children's drawings from where it all began. These d... [more]
11/12/2021 - 18/04/2022
Having spent the best part of the opening weekend surveying what is on offer, I came away with the challenge of what and... [more]
04/12/2021 - 25/04/2022
Xmas round the corner. Time to start thinking about your Xmas decorations and there is no better way than to learn ho... [more]
Looking for a unique Christmas present? Look no further! You will have to pull out those favourite children's drawings f... [more]
This digital exhibition of Van Gogh has just opened in Brisbane and will be on show until 23 December 2021. This is an e... [more]
29/10/2021 - 23/12/2021
Robyn Bauer has been busy. Lockdown was hard for the lack of social contact and cultural events but she made up for it b... [more]
19/10/2021 - 06/11/2021
A day of triple joys. Just back from a visit to the Scenic Rim Farm Shop, located at 541 Kents Lagoon Road, Kalbar 43... [more]
Old is fabulous and none more so than June Collins, who you can meet in person at the show and whose headband from the t... [more]
08/10/2021 - 10/10/2021
The trouble with Wild Canary is that it combines all the things that I love so successfully. It has a sense of place. A ... [more]
06/10/2021 - 29/11/2021
Peer the 'Room with a View'. I have just received my invitation to Dylan's new exhibition at Jan Manton Galle... [more]
06/10/2021 - 24/10/2021
Learn from the experts. On this website and elsewhere, I know there are many aspirational writers, writers who love t... [more]
Well-known Brisbane artist at Red Hill Gallery. Red Hill Gallery has had a long and fruitful collaboration with one o... [more]
One might just think it is a different world and you would not be wrong to think so. Toowoomba is in a different LGA to ... [more]
01/09/2021 - 30/09/2021
A month or so ago, when Brisbane Festival was announced, I looked at the ambitious programme almost greedily. We have be... [more]
03/09/2021 - 23/09/2021
Swallowed up hook, line and sinker. I read the book with bated breath. I watched the play with a curiosity of how suc... [more]
03/09/2021 - 03/10/2021
Charlie Bucket's good fortune. You don't have to be a kid to enjoy this. I took one along as a decoy and loved ... [more]
02/09/2021 - 03/10/2021
I walk past this building often as I go to South Bank but this time was different. Where a bank stood with heavy doors a... [more]
Enid: The scandalous life of a glamorous Australian who dazzled the world by Robert Wainwright. This is the stor... [more]
Don't miss it This is very simply the story of a boy who wants to become Miss France. The film opens with chil... [more]
A Peep at Pamphlett. Olio is a cafe at 133 Grey St, on South Bank and it is at the far end of the foyer of the Brisba... [more]
On Sunday, we went to Victoria Point and took the ferry across to Cocchiemudlo Island - it costs $5 and it is probably ... [more]
A beautiful space with big glass windows, the sun streaming in and shining on all the items on display, catching the gol... [more]
23/06/2021 - 31/10/2021
This is a David like you have never seen before - not silky smooth to touch, nor creamy white, and aged to perfection bu... [more]
18/06/2021 - 04/10/2021
"Lightning" moments of hilarity. In our tentative post-pandemic world, Queensland Theatre is sure-footed, strong... [more]
17/06/2021 - 10/07/2021
Please note this review contains spoilers. Sausagesushi anyone? Over three summers, 2015, 2016 and 2017, we... [more]
I am using two of my own photos from a recent trip to Tamborine Mountain to illustrate two things - how we are entwi... [more]
12/06/2021 - 14/11/2021
500 years of art before your very eyes. It's been four years in the planning - even the director of the gallery, Chr... [more]
12/06/2021 - 17/10/2021
Tony Rice, Potter, Painter, Musician, Conservationist. There was a huge turtle made of bottles hanging on an exteri... [more]
Such joyful faces to meet at the theatre. Rouge Theatre Company is back. It entertained us in 2019 with the wi... [more]
23/06/2021 - 25/06/2021
Take your seat at O'Reilly's legendary 'Longest Lunch' table! It's a stone's throw from Brisbane. The weather is... [more]
Look at what this garden is sprouting! I have to give it to Brisbane City Council. Autumn in the Gardens is not as br... [more]
07/05/2021 - 16/05/2021
Maybe this photo is all you need as an enticement to visit Wolston House but I am going to give you a few more as th... [more]
Welcome to the land of the Yugambeh. These falls are especially lovely when there has been some rain but the walk to... [more]
I am always amazed at what curators come up with as subject matters for exhibitions and this is one of them - shirts! ... [more]
27/03/2021 - 15/08/2021
On many an occasion when I am walking back from town, I choose to go through Roma St Parklands. I know the park well but... [more]
10/04/2021 - 11/04/2021
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