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|The Seagull||vodcasts/the_seagull.mov||38.7MB||07:10||25 May 2012|
Mini—documentary about Four Winds's commissioned work Bermagui Talks by Tim Humphrey & Madeleine Flynn, culminating in installation, The Seagull. Exploring the reasons behind the project and the experience of the Seagull voyages.
|Brad Haseman — Creative Communities Pt 1||vodcasts/brad-haseman-brainFood-01.mov||187.1MB||26:33||19 March 2012|
Part 1 of Professor Haseman's presentation and open discussion challenged participants to begin the journey of developing a unique and targeted approach suitable for the Bega Valley. This will contribute to driving the framework for the Bega Valley's next Cultural Action Plan which recognises that creative industries can make a significant contribution to business and tourism, and contribute to social benefits for our community.
|Brad Haseman — Creative Communities Pt 2||vodcasts/brad-haseman-brainFood-02.mov||229.9MB||41:22||19 March 2012|
Part 2 of Professor Haseman's presentation and open discussion challenged participants to begin the journey of developing a unique and targeted approach suitable for the Bega Valley. This will contribute to driving the framework for the Bega Valley's next Cultural Action Plan which recognises that creative industries can make a significant contribution to business and tourism, and contribute to social benefits for our community.
|Sound Shell architect Phillip Cox||4wf-Ep-04_philip-cox-air.mp3||1.9MB||07:45||17 Feb. 2012|
|Sound Shell architect Philip Cox talks to Jen Hunt from ABC South East Radio about the rewards and challenges of designing the beautiful new, permanent Four Winds Sound Shell.|
|Rachel Botsman in conversation with journalist and broadcaster Caroline Baum||4WF_Ep-03_R_Botsman.mp3||53.9MB||01:28:59||24 June 2011|
|The internationally acclaimed social entrepreneur and author shares inspiring ideas about how individuals and communities are using technology to create dynamic business opportunities, strengthening community ties and building a more sustainable future for all.|
|How do you get from a blank page to a Festival?||4WF_Ep-01_G_Lacey.mp3||51.75MB||56:00||17 Dec. 2009|
|When an artistic director is designing a festival how does she go about it? What are the influences that help her make the decisions about what music to play, what artists to invite? Here Genevieve Lacey, in a talk to the Friends of Four Winds in May 2009 in Bermagui, outlines her thoughts about the 2010 Festival in a fascinating talk. Recorded by Marilyn Chalkley, produced by George Rummer.|
|Why put your recorder down Genevieve?||4WF_Ep-02_G_Lacey.mp3||6.54MB||06:37||17 Dec. 2009|
|Marilyn Chalkley interviews Genevieve Lacey, artistic Director of Four Winds about why she wanted to take people on a musical journey during the 2010 Four Winds. Recorded by Marilyn Chalkley and produced by George Rummer.|
About Four Winds podcasts
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