Lucy Brennan Siel shares her passion for the modernist novel Ulysses, and her heartfelt appreciation of Joyce’s wife Nora Barnacle for her part in the making of the man and the seminal text.
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A Celebration of Life and Death
BY DENISE DAFFARA
@ VOL 16
ON FEB 10, 2016
Denise Daffara began painting and drawing in 1999 as a celebration of fun and freedom. However in the lead up to preparing her Pecha Kucha presentation she was called home to New Zealand and had to prepare for her mother’s death. In her presentation she shares some of that journey and some of the beautiful drawings that eventuated.
Self-reflection in self-reflection
BY IRIS BAKKER
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And maybe we should not ask "What do you want to be (when you grow up)?" but rather: "Who are you? Who do you want to be in this world?"