Inhabit Movie

In 2013 a couple of filmmakers bravely took on the risk of making a high quality movie about the Permaculture movement in North America. Once they had shot the footage, they launched a kickstarter project to raise funds to complete the project last year. The movie, Inhabit was recently released. It was initially released through Vimeo and Yekra an innovative distribution channel which has since closed its doors.
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David Holmgren, the co-founder of Permaculture with Bill Mollison, has a new book in the works. This one focuses on retrofitting the environments that most of us live in today - the suburbs.I enjoyed this interview with David on the books’ promo website.
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There are some excellent galleries in Sydney that focus on displaying the work of local ceramic artists. I am sure its a labour of love for most of the gallery owners as the market is not large and the work required to mount a successful exhibition is significant. Chinaclay Kerrie Lowe Sabbia Planet Furniture - have an interesting collection of tableware from local makers and a collection of vintage japanese work If in the mood to travel further afield, the gallery at the Sturt in Mittagong always has an eclectic mix of furniture and ceramics.
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Making and Work

I describe myself as a Maker, for me the term is a indicator of where my inspiration and satisfaction are found. This has generally been realised in the workshop making objects with wood and more recently clay. Its harder to find in the work I do as a Solution and Enterprise architect. Aspects are definitely present, as myself or my team are generally involved with a larger to team to create and implement a new software capability.
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