Author Archives: julesmojo

Meet Your Maker | Enoki

I had the pleasure recently of talking with Susanna Bilardo of Enoki. The article about Susanna and Enoki is now online at Well Made and in The Adelaide Review.  

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The Women’s Parliament

SUBMIT AN ISSUE to THE WOMEN’S PARLIAMENT Women of South Australia, have your say about our political future at the inaugural Women’s Parliament. To be held on 5 October as part of Open State, The Women’s Parliament is an open … Continue reading

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Well Made posts

One of the great things about curating the Well Made site is writing blog postings on South Australian creatives and creative spaces. I’ve got to talk to some inspiring artists, makers, gallerists and more. My first post in August 2016 … Continue reading

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Sonder

I very much enjoyed Sonder, a 20 minute one on one encounter. Hidden away behind the Blue Bird cafe is a tiny waiting room where you are asked to select bed linen including quilt cover, sheets and pillow cases. The … Continue reading

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Adelaide Fringe 2017

This Adelaide Fringe I am wearing a couple of hats, as a theatre judge and also as a Honey Pot delegate. Together with about 8 other judges, we aim to see as much as we can in the ‘Theatre’ category … Continue reading

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Primavera 2003

In 2003 I had the great pleasure to curate the annual Primavera exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney with artists Daniel Crooks, Alex Davies, Adam Donovan, Shaun Gladwell, Stephen Honneger & Anthony Hunt, Jonathan Jones, The Kingpins (Emma … Continue reading

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Flinders 50 Creatives

As an arts graduate of Flinders University, I was pleased to be included in the 50th anniversary exhibition, held in the foyer of the Adelaide Festival Theatre in May/June 2016. The exhibition featured portraits and short bios of graduates who … Continue reading

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