WWV BLOG

The Influencers: Women in STEMM

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Empire of Dirt – Photos and Videos

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Introducing Empire of Dirt

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Astronomy, Observation, Geometry, Mapping : Celestial Ground

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Announcement – Dr Stuart Kohlhagen awarded Wonderment Walk Victoria Creative Fellowship

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The 30/30 Project at Benalla Art Gallery – “We were delighted to be able to work with Wonderment Walk Victoria”

Modern portraiture, authentic public figures, what inspires us – these are but a few of the talking points generated from Vincent Fantauzzo‘s 30/30 Project. Commissioned four years ago now, this collection is just as relevant as ever and is still very much encouraging debate and igniting a creative spark in those who take it in. Responses […]

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Melbourne Jewish Writers Festival

“Science and Art represent two of the highest forms of human endeavour, each exploring our inner and outer worlds in an effort to understand who and what we are. These disparate fields can be brought together through the written word. The MJWF reflects this diversity and provides a forum where the worlds of Science and Art can […]

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Gillie and Marc on Run for your Life

“The world depends on contemporary artists to challenge life as we know it. We, the contemporary artist pull apart the world, so it can be put back together as something different” As husband and wife, Gillie and Marc are Australian contemporary artists who collaborate to create art as one, applying the iconic imagery of the dog/human […]

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Gillie and Marc Schattner’s Rhinos Bump In

Early in the morning on 07 August this year, Gillie and Marc Schattner’s three bronze Run for your Life rhinos made their way from their storage safe haven to La Trobe University’s Bundoora campus. Our friends at Grace loaded the robust trio onto a bright red semi and then delivered them to La Trobe Centreway Lawn, ready […]

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The 30/30 Project at La Trobe University – A Positive Response

Wonderment Walk was thrilled to receive the feedback below from La Trobe University’s Acting Senior Curator, Michael Brennan, after we exhibited Vincent Fantauzzo’s 30/30 Project at the university’s Bundoora campus, from July – September this year. “Thank you for providing La Trobe with the opportunity to show this body of work on our campus. I […]

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