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May 22, 2005

Kellerberrin Sunday 22 May 2005

Filed under: keller dailies — Lucas @ 11:43 pm

Thankfully, a very quiet day yesterday, mainly spent writing in this blog. Egad! How self-referential can you get? Here’s hoping this next week (the final one!) is not ONLY filled with blog damage-control and incessant references to the upcoming exhibition and film screenings.

(By the way, if you want all the details of the show, I have created a new page called “IASKA exhibition info” – click on the link at the right…)

May 21, 2005

Kellerberrin Saturday 21 May 2005

Filed under: keller dailies — Lucas @ 5:43 pm

Greg was in town to do some business yesterday arvo, and popped by to say hello. As luck would have it, I had just stuck up in the window the blog entry for the visit we made to Greg at North Baandee. He stood there reading it for a bit, while I chatted to Pat. I didn’t want to bother him while he read it, as I wanted his frank feedback.

He gave it…

May 20, 2005

Kellerberrin Friday 20 May 2005

Filed under: keller dailies — Lucas @ 4:40 pm

Generally, with this blog, I’ve been trying to write each day, about the events of the previous day. The following, however, is written one day “late” – on Saturday May 21st. This time-lag seems to happen at the end of every week, and it’s partly brought on by the workshops I’ve been running down in Cunderdin. Those classes generate a lot of material to be processed (text, photos, sound, video) and it always takes me a while to catch up. As a result, these notes are a bit “impoverished” in detail.

Cunderdin Workshops Post-Mortem

Filed under: education? — Lucas @ 4:22 pm

So that is the end of the Cunderdin DHS workshops. What are my overall impressions?

Cunderdin High School Workshops Day 4

Filed under: education? — Lucas @ 3:47 pm

The final workshop with the Cunderdin students. Last week, we all had a good time mucking around with music. So we decided to continue with that theme. Since recent developments in my own project have centred around this idea of “feedback,” I thought that might be a good place to start this time.

May 19, 2005

Kellerberrin Thursday 19 May 2005

Filed under: keller dailies — Lucas @ 8:49 pm

Just when I thought nobody in this town used the internet, it’s starting to happen. “Feedback” is beginning!

May 18, 2005

Kellerberrin Wednesday 18 May 2005

Filed under: keller dailies — Lucas @ 12:03 pm

Roger woke me this morning with an early phone call from Sydney. This happens occasionally, what with the time difference and all. People sometimes forget that we are two hours behind over here in Western Australia. In this case, though, Roger hadn’t forgotten. He had just thought that 8am (my time) was late enough to expect me to be out of bed. Actually I was quite pleased to be up so early. I thought it would help me break my late night cycle. But as soon as he hung up, I collapsed back into bed for another couple of hours…

May 17, 2005

Kellerberrin Tuesday 17 May 2005

Filed under: keller dailies — Lucas @ 6:02 pm

I spent most of yesterday neatly painting thin black lines on the walls of the Kellerberrin council chambers. I’ve been employed by the shire to come up with a “new hang” for the group portraits of past and current councillors. A prestigious contract indeed, and my first “permanent” public commission! A lot of the planning and plotting happened late last week. The design involves a kind of flow chart “diagram” concept.

A Technical Update

Filed under: keller dailies — Lucas @ 5:49 pm

Hello Blog Readers!
You are reading this message online, which means you have access to the internet and are computer literate. Do you, however, know someone who for whatever reason cannot come to a computer to read Bilateral Kellerberrin? Someone old? Someone without a computer? One of those annoying people who says (grandpa voice) “Com-puters? I don’t trust ’em!”

May 16, 2005

Kellerberrin Monday 16 May 2005

Filed under: keller dailies — Lucas @ 10:56 pm

Jo gave me a photograph. The photo is of the front of the bank. It is a sunny day. It must be about midday, or early afternoon, as the shadows are quite vertical. I guess Jo must have taken this photo some years ago, since the bin outside the bank is not painted blue like the bins in my photos. It’s still “wood” colour. Nobody is in the photo. But parked right outside the door of the bank, on the step, neatly placed, is a pair of old Blundstone boots.

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