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Girringun photographic exhibition opening

claude beeronby Fiona Croft and Debra Murray

Photography, film, dance and song will all be celebrated over the coming weeks kicking off with the Girringun Resilience exhibition tour by Fiona Croft and Debra Murray and the Eye on Country photographic exhibition both to be held at Castaways, in Mission Beach opening this Sunday afternoon.

The exhibition Girringun Resilience project shows the Girringun...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 11:43

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Dewayne Everettsmith - Voice of Australia

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When Hobart singer/songwriter Dewayne Everettsmith was invited to write a song with US-based violist Jasmine Beams to celebrate the diversity of Australia's natural wonders, he had no idea that just twelve months later, the track would make him the voice of Australia.

Chosen as the soundtrack to Tourism Australia's $250 million international...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 11:42

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