Faridah Cameron speaks eloquently about her work and the myriad influences behind it. Her motivations are complex and profound.
At Home and Not-At-Home: the Uncanny World of Amber Koroluk-Stephenson
Koroluk-Stephenson’s work is a confrontation between the realistic and the artificial. Her landscapes appear familiar, and yet there is a sense of a deeper meaning that vanishes as we try to grasp it. This is the experience of dreams.
Mt Field IV: A Flawless Morning in 1934
The Hobart Walking Club carried 40 lb packs to Lake Fenton and went on to the Tarn Shelf.
Inside the Forbidden Gate
Dilapidated buildings and haunted atmosphere — the old Hobart Gaol and Penitentiary Chapel site.
Treasure Under the Floorboards
Because of a generous gift and a decaying floor, a wonderful discovery is made.
A Momentous and Historic Event … with Ham for Dinner
In Knowood's diary, buried among reports of weather and hunting and ham, there is something dramatic and historically significant. Can you see it?
The Costermonger and the Donkey: Stories from Old Hobart
Hobart's old newspapers are a wealth of curious stories which, told in the ornate style of the time, bring the past to life.
Mt Field III: The Pathmakers
We are able to enjoy Mt Field NP because of the hard work of others.
Death of a River Guide
Death of a River Guide was Richard Flanagan's first novel. "One of the most auspicious debuts in Australian writing."
Mt Field II: “A bold individuality of picturesqueness”
The first visitors to Mt Field National Park were much like us. Maybe they were tougher. And they used words ... differently.