|Cross cultural expressions
Revolution Gallery was originally established as a forum for artists practising in what might be called alternative media. In a country where much emphasis has been placed on the two-dimensional forms of painting and photography, curator and jeweller, Carol Campbell, struck out in a new direction with a view to exhibiting such art forms as jewellery, sculpture and textiles.
Windows to the world
Works from four local art groups will be included in a major art project entitled 'Windows to The World' - a permanent mural for a community centre in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Book review - Great adventure for children
Mauby and the Hurricane, by Peter Laurie, is a story of courage, the depth of friendship, and belief in one's self, especially under adverse circumstances.
Literary arts - The Switch
Melva Markland used to be a decent woman with high moral standards. When she met Vernon, the two had next to nothing. Now, their two grown children were doing well and life was financially good. They had come a far way from the little zinc fence tenement yard they had first lived in.
Book review - Senior's 'Shell' given theatric treatment
After Olive Senior had read 'Auction', the last poem from her latest collection Shell, last Sunday, Carolyn Allen, coordinator of the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA) invited her to see the result as she was "generous, bold enough to hand over work to others and see what they do with it".