21 January 2013

Reconnected to the World

For the last three months we have been without Internet access (hence the scarcity of posts). Now happy to announce that the Greenough Museum once again is connected to the World.

1 comment:

anne walton said...

Hello Gary and Peter. I hope you'll remember me. It's Anne Walton. I did an artist-in-residency at Greenough Hamlet back in 2003 or maybe it was 2004. It was a collaboration with Cat Hope, Perth-based sound artist. We produced an audio-visual installation in the old gaol house, which you contributed to in a big way, as I recall. I hope we can be in touch again. Anthea da Silva has been in touch with me, to suggest I apply for an Artist-in-Residence again. I've read up a little on what's happened at the Pioneer Museum. Big changes! I'd love to talk with you and the new community group that's formed around this .. er .. 'challenge'. It must have been gut-wrenching for you. At risk of sounding patronising or something - change can be transformative. I can imagine the Pioneer Museum boldly going where no pioneer museum has been before! And if I can be of use in that process, I'd like to be. Hope to hear from you soon. My email address is awal_ink@optusnet.com.au
Loud cheers from Sydney