If we want the space to wonder and dream, we have to be able to find some hope in the future.
Sometimes I feel the pressing weight of familiarity but most days I still feel that the window of exploration is well and truly open.
Being in the right part, of the right country, at the right time has opened the door for so much exploration.
Luis and Almu are two very adventurous spirits who managed to find themselves in South Australia's smallest town. This edition of re:location is about their journey and life in William Creek.
It was super talking with Timmy D on the third and final part of this series on Walgett. I was grateful for how he shared his special connection with town and the surrounding area, how it stems from his love of family, and their long connection with this part of Australia. Have a listen!
On part two of this edition of re:location, I chat with Charlie Chen a local businessman and entrepreneur who’s originally from China. Charlie has an incredible story. It’s a story of a desire to push what migrating to Australia could offer, incredible ingenuity and how he fell in love with Walgett. Have a listen!
On this edition of re:location I talk with Toby Osmond, the Gallery Director at the Yaama Ganu Gallery. Toby has a really interesting background, we talk about Moree, the gallery and what Toby is enjoying about being back inland. Have a listen!
Trying to attach a person’s political views to their position on COVID-19 is a fairly fruitless activity. Take away the extremes, and there is a world of convergence.
It feels wonderful to be able to think and write once more. Especially when it's borne out of a day like today.