• Margaret Thatcher’s Exodus.

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    The other night I was relaxing watching a DCI Banks BBC television drama series on the Australian ABC Channel. During one scene the elderly father was informing his grown son of what times had been like when the Margaret Thatcher Conservative Government wielded the axe to over two million working class people across the entire
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  • Mission Completed! Exhibition a Huge Success.

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    Four hours of hard graft with split nails and blisters and Native America: Dinetah to the Greasy Grass 2008-2013 has been dismantled and carefully been put back into the packing box. The exhibition was a huge success for all concerned and the feed back from St. Vincent’s Hospital staff and patients has been extremely positive.
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  • Native American Healing Arts Exhibition.

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    St. Vincent’s Hospital directions to the photographic exhibition Native America: Dinetah to the Greasy Grass 2008-2013. On the way up Oxford Street from the city turn left on Victoria Road and then right through the garden and in the main entrance of the public hospital. Walk to the back of the entrance and on the
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  • Native America:¬†Dinetah to the Greasy Grass 2008-2013 With all my creative processes now completed for the exhibition it gives me time to reflect on the words that are published on the cover of the St. Vincent’s Hospital’s Healing Arts Program Brochure. “Art is one of the ways in which our humanity is reinforced. The artists,