Sunday, February 26, 2006

This post is short and sweet. Crazy busy at the moment finalising funding applications due this week. Eek! But while in town last week I had a chance to catch the Yann Arthus-Bertrand photo exhibition in the fabulous new Waitangi Park - as part of the NZ International Arts Festival. Wow! Stunning photos that look at sustainable development from a human impact perspective. If you're in Wellington, take a look, if you're not see

On a lighter note, I went to the Paramount last night and caught Heavenly Burlesque at the Fringe Festival ( In the catalogue they have the show pigeon holed as "mixed bag theatre". And its no wonder why - pigeon holing this gem is futile. You name it and its in there - including a quite brilliant animated-short-come-music-video paying homage to Johnny Cash. Believe me, Heavenly Burlesque won't dissapoint.

In terms of sustainable consumption, a dollar spent at the Fringe has a whole lot more local benefit than at the movies. So go on, have yourself a laugh, a cry, a freak-out - catch a Fringe event while you can!

Toodle pip.

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