Bendigo Life

Celebrating science

Discovery is celebrating science in sensational ways during National Science Week. “It’s the one week where we can go crazy and hold heaps of events and really inspire scientific curiosity across the region,” manager Jonathan Ridnell said. “We’re supporting events as...

BendArts is a festival reality

Much respected artist Hugh Waller envisioned an arts festival to showcase and grow Bendigo arts culture. Mr Waller’s unexpected death after a short illness in 2017 inspired his friends and colleagues to carry his dream forward for a Bendigo arts festival which is now...

Sarah has style

Local artist Sarah Poyser has nailed it as far as marketing is concerned. Eager to get as much exposure as possible for her artwork, she is holding her first solo exhibition upstairs at the Rifle Brigade Hotel this weekend when our city will be packed with visitors...

Time for innovation

THE inaugural Bendigo Invention and Innovation Festival will take place between September 3 and 9. It’s an initiative of Be.Bendigo and forms part of the Victorian Digital Innovation Festival. The festival will celebrate and promote local invention and innovation, as...

Heart and soul

AFTER almost a year out of life as a professional footballer, Bob Murphy says he doesn’t yet feel like an ex-player, but knows he has fallen in love with the game again. Murphy’s second book, Leather Soul, was released on Monday and chronicles his early days as a...

Love letters

The Regional Centre for Culture is launching an e-book, Love Letters to Dja Dja Wurrung Country at the Bendigo Writers Festival. The book contains hundreds of love letters written by people from the local community celebrating their love for the country where they...

The Grammar of Glitch

It’s a long way from Northumberland, England to central Victoria but Ross Taylor says his work has flourished since moving to Kyneton four years ago. “I’ve been inspired by the landscape around me” he said. “It’s given me the space to re-focus my art practice.” His...

Young author’s work full of meaning

When Jay Carmichael’s publishers, Scribe, sent his debut novel Ironbark off to Christos Tsiolkas (The Slap, Barracuda) Carmichael was thrilled when the eminent author wrote back with a glowing tribute. “A work of great and simple beauty, so good it made me jealous....



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