I grew up in Townsville when it was a lot smaller than it is now. It was a terrific place to grow up in the 70s and 80s says Brad Manuel.
I love it when you come into Townsville and see Steve Price’s billboard saying ‘Welcome Home’. One day I will replace his mug with my big deadly infectious smile and maybe say ‘Welcome to Country’.
I was fortunate that my time at JCU was also the time that the Australian Festival of Chamber Music was established and I can proudly say I was involved with the first AFCM more than 25 years ago.
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A wearable art creation made of black-and-white photos of Marion Heath’s late mother is set to wow crowds at the Blueprint JCU Graduate Exhibition.
Full ups and double downs are no sweat for Warriors cheerleaders, who’ve just returned home from the Gold Coast with more wins.
Sharing their love of landscapes, Dr Barbara Cheshire and Deb Cavanagh recently wowed crowds with their Strata: Faraway Nearby art exhibition at the Perc Tucker Regional Gallery.
Wearing 80 metres of rope may sound impossible, let alone fashionable, but 20-year-old Amber Hayes gave the look runway appeal at Wearable Art Townsville recently.