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“To Make A Connection” – Artist Graham Eatough on Nomanslanding

  Nomanslanding, a spectacular and unique interactive public artwork that is floating on Cockle Bay as part of the Centenary of ANZAC commemoration, is the ambitious work of five artists and three curators across three countries. In a new series, we’ll be delving a little deeper into the process and the story ...

“A Liberating Artwork” – Artist Jennifer Turpin on Nomanslanding

Nomanslanding, a spectacular and unique interactive public artwork that will float on Cockle Bay as part of the Centenary of ANZAC commemoration, is the ambitious work of five artists and three curators across three countries. In a new series, we’ll be delving a little deeper into the process and the story behind it ...

A Lasting Legacy: Operation Rosemary

Rosemary is an herb linked to remembrance and loyalty. The ancients believed it strengthened memory, and Greek scholars would wear rosemary wreaths in their hair when studying. Roman soldiers would offer a sprig to their closest comrade before entering into battle, and on the hills of Gallipoli, were wild rosemary grew ...

“A Deeply Interesting Process” – Artist Nigel Helyer on Nomanslanding

Nomanslanding, a spectacular and unique interactive public artwork that will float on Cockle Bay as part of the Centenary of ANZAC commemoration, is the ambitious work of five artists and three curators across three countries. In a new series, we’ll be delving a little deeper into the process and the story behind it ...

Kids Craft For Peace And Remembrance: Make Your Own Poppy

With the Centenary of ANZAC this year, it's important for kids learn about the history behind the commemorations – of the sacrifices servicemen and women made, of the reality of the war experience, and of the importance of peace and understanding. A great way to start a conversations with kids is through hands-on ...

“A Work Of Contemplation” – Artist Robyn Backen on Nomanlsanding

Nomanslanding, a spectacular and unique interactive public artwork that will float on Cockle Bay as part of the Centenary of ANZAC commemoration, is the ambitious work of five artists and three curators across three countries. In a new series, we’ll be delving a little deeper into the process and the story behind it ...