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Jab Mandates Are Both Unethical and Fail the Cost/Benefit Test

By Michael Tomlinson: Brownstone Institute. Featured Artwork by John Prince Siddon. During my weekend shopping in Melbourne, Australia, I was turned away from my favourite café and not allowed to sit even at an outside table by order of my… Continue Reading →

Experimental, Energetic, Bold: The Tarnanthi Festival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art

By Catherine Speck, University of Melbourne at the Art Gallery of South Australia The word “Tarnanthi”, from Kaurna language of the Adelaide Plains, means “to rise up, spring forth or appear”, and it informs the philosophy and curatorship of this… Continue Reading →

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