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at Aug 5, 2014 4:24:44 AM
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Bill Ries-Knight
at Aug 3, 2014 4:06:28 PM
Visit to the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra

One of the really great things about the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra is that you already "know" so many of the people. And as you already come to the works with feelings about the individuals, I think you experience a greater connection with the works than you might otherwise experience walking around an art gallery. There again, because you know the people, there's a chance you might not actually experience the art work as the artist intended, because you have all of the other knowledge clouding your judgement.

Although I've never met Deborah Mailman, I feel as though I "know" her from her work. Thus I was drawn to the wonderful painting of her by Evert Ploegg. Many years ago I interviewed Chad Morgan, and so I was also drawn to the painting of him by Peter Hudson, and in particular, his roughly manly hands. I also once interviewed Faith Bandler, and so was drawn to the beautiful bronze sculpture by Julie Edgar. Today, the paiting of Alex Dimitriades also caught my attention, for similar reasons to the Deborah Mailman painintg: I feel I already know them.

But these In the case of one of the works I do know one of the subjects very well. I've known Joan Croll for about twenty years now, as she's the mother of my good friend Catherine (Kate). It's a really interesting portrait of Joan, based on sketches in the house she and her late husband, Frank, used to own at Hunter's Hill. I knew it was one of John's Brack's early works, though I didn't know until I saw the notes below that it was John Brack's first private commission. 

Knowing that it was Brack's first private commission added something to the experience of the art. It was then I wished there was more of that at the gallery. Most of the contemporary works seem to have a beautifully written biography of the portrait subject, but hardly anything about the artists responsible. I would really love if they could include some statements by the artist about why they chose the portrait subject and what they hoped to express through the work. It's not a major criticism of the gallery, but I think it would really add something to the experience.

Also at the gallery today, there was some kind of hair and fashion thing going on (I didn't stop to look too deeply), there was a bloke with an ice sculpture of Douglas Mawson (it was a warm day, so I'm not sure how long it will last), and there's a restrospective of Michael Riley. 

I went to  the opening of the Michael Riley exhibition in Sydney just over 12 months ago, and enjoy it very much. As I wrote at the time...

The exhibition at The Commercial Gallery features about twenty very beautiful photographs taken by him during the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. They’re all black and white portrait photographs, shot simply and processed reasonably heavily. All of the subjects are Indigenous Australians living and working in Sydney at the time. There’s some beautiful father/daughter, father/son photographs, along with some stunning single person photographs, including one of a bloke called Darryl who is a friend of a friend.

Even though I've seen these works previously, I looked at them with a "new eye". In particular, I was really touched by the photograph of NSW politician, Linda Burney and her baby. In the photograph she's holding the head of her tiny child with a hand that shows both strength and tenderness. That probably describes Linda quite well, I think.

I think people in Canberra are very lucky to have so many wonderful things like the National Portrait Gallery, the National Museum, the National Gallery etc on their doorstep.
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James O'Brien
at Aug 3, 2014 7:27:14 AM
Visit to the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra

One of the really great things about the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra is that you already "know" so many of the people. And as you already come to the works with feelings about the individuals, I think you experience a greater connection with the works than you might otherwise experience walking around an art gallery. There again, because you know the people, there's a chance you might not actually experience the art work as the artist intended, because you have all of the other knowledge clouding your judgement.

Although I've never met Deborah Mailman, I feel as though I "know" her from her work. Thus I was drawn to the wonderful painting of her by Evert Ploegg. Many years ago I interviewed Chad Morgan, and so I was also drawn to the painting of him by Peter Hudson, and in particular, his roughly manly hands. I also once interviewed Faith Bandler, and so was drawn to the beautiful bronze sculpture by Julie Edgar. Today, the paiting of Alex Dimitriades also caught my attention, for similar reasons to the Deborah Mailman painintg: I feel I already know them.

But these In the case of one of the works I do know one of the subjects very well. I've known Joan Croll for about twenty years now, as she's the mother of my good friend Catherine (Kate). It's a really interesting portrait of Joan, based on sketches in the house she and her late husband, Frank, used to own at Hunter's Hill. I knew it was one of John's Brack's early works, though I didn't know until I saw the notes below that it was John Brack's first private commission. 

Knowing that it was Brack's first private commission added something to the experience of the art. It was then I wished there was more of that at the gallery. Most of the contemporary works seem to have a beautifully written biography of the portrait subject, but hardly anything about the artists responsible. I would really love if they could include some statements by the artist about why they chose the portrait subject and what they hoped to express through the work. It's not a major criticism of the gallery, but I think it would really add something to the experience.

Also at the gallery today, there was some kind of hair and fashion thing going on (I didn't stop to look too deeply), there was a bloke with an ice sculpture of Douglas Mawson (it was a warm day, so I'm not sure how long it will last), and there's a restrospective of Michael Riley. 

I went to  the opening of the Michael Riley exhibition in Sydney just over 12 months ago, and enjoy it very much. As I wrote at the time...

The exhibition at The Commercial Gallery features about twenty very beautiful photographs taken by him during the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. They’re all black and white portrait photographs, shot simply and processed reasonably heavily. All of the subjects are Indigenous Australians living and working in Sydney at the time. There’s some beautiful father/daughter, father/son photographs, along with some stunning single person photographs, including one of a bloke called Darryl who is a friend of a friend.

Even though I've seen these works previously, I looked at them with a "new eye". In particular, I was really touched by the photograph of NSW politician, Linda Burney and her baby. In the photograph she's holding the head of her tiny child with a hand that shows both strength and tenderness. That probably describes Linda quite well, I think.

I think people in Canberra are very lucky to have so many wonderful things like the National Portrait Gallery, the National Museum, the National Gallery etc on their doorstep.
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Live for Films
at Jul 31, 2014 12:00:32 PM
Paper Planes stars Sam Worthington, Deborah Mailman, Ed Oxenbould, and David Wenham. The film tells the story of an 11-year old (Ed Oxenbould), who is brought up by his father (Sam Worthington) in a remote town in country Australia. Dylan’s life is…
First Look: Paper Planes starring Sam Worthington & David Wenham
Paper Planes stars Sam Worthington, Deborah Mailman, Ed Oxenbould, and David Wenham. The film tells the story of an 11-year old (Ed Oxenbould), who is brought up by his father (Sam Worthington) in ...
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Curly Hairstyles
at Jul 9, 2014 12:19:31 PM
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HD Movie Zone
at Jul 7, 2014 3:40:54 PM
Genre: Biography, Comedy, Drama, Music, Musical
Director: Wayne Blair
Stars: Chris O'Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy
Length: 103 min
Country: Australia
Language: English
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HD Movie Zone - Watch HD movies online for free: The Sapphires (2012) with multi subtitles (English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Indonesian, Vietnamese).
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Paul Tomblin
at May 6, 2014 3:18:42 PM
It would be a lot easier to find out of somebody has made a backport .deb file for Mailman 2.1.18 if there wasn't somebody named "Deborah Mailman" with a Wikipedia article.
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Jennifer Regan Collections
at May 1, 2014 5:04:22 AM
Deborah Mailman won the award for the #MostOutstandingActress at last years #LogieAwards . See her acceptance speech below, wearing a one-of-a kind #JenniferReagn #EveningGown .
#RedCarpetGown #WINNER  
Mailman lauded with Logie for Mabo role - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) -
Congratulations Deborah on your Silver Logie. You look stunning in your Jennifer Regan gown.
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at Apr 23, 2014 5:12:16 AM
Deborah Mailman Height and Weight, Bra Size, Body Measurements http://ow.ly/w3PnG
Deborah Mailman Height and Weight, Bra Size, Body Measurements
Deborah Mailman Height and Weight, Bra Size, Body Measurements and other personal information. Check out all information about this Actress.
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New On Netflix UK
at Apr 1, 2014 9:32:12 AM
Rabbit-Proof Fence

During Australia's aboriginal integration program, three girls who were torn from their families and placed in an abusive orphanage vow to get home.

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Watch now: http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/60022990

Year: 2002
Certificate: PG
Duration: 1hr 33m
Available in HD

Cast: Everlyn Sampi, Tianna Sansbury, Laura Monaghan, David Gulpilil, Deborah Mailman, Jason Clarke, Kenneth Branagh

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0252444/
IMDB Rating: 7.5/10
Netflix Rating: 3.7/5

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Rabbit-Proof Fence
During Australia's aboriginal integration program, three girls who were torn from their families and placed in an abusive orphanage vow to get home.
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Reeanne Keena
at Feb 23, 2014 9:33:21 AM
Australian talent:

The Sapphires is a 2012 Australian musical comedy-drama film produced by Goalpost Pictures and distributed by Hopscotch Films, based on the 2004 stage play of the same name which is loosely based on a true story.[5] The film is directed by Wayne Blair and written by Keith Thompson and Tony Briggs, the latter of whom wrote the play. The film is about four indigenous women, Gail (Deborah Mailman), Julie (Jessica Mauboy), Kay (Shari Sebbens) and Cynthia (Miranda Tapsell), who are discovered by a talent scout (Chris O'Dowd), and form a music group called The Sapphires, travelling to Vietnam in 1968 to sing for troops during the war. Production began in 2010, with the casting of the four members of The Sapphires, and filming taking place throughout New South Wales in Australia and Vietnam during August and September 2011.
The Sapphires made its world premiere at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival on 19 May 2012 during its out of competition screenings, was theatrically released in Australia on 9 August and received a limited release in the United States on March 22, 2013.
Jessica Mauboy- I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)
Jessica Mauboy performing one of the songs from the movie The Sapphires releasing in the month of August.
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deborah rabbit white
at Feb 2, 2014 3:16:06 AM
Mailman Battles Cat While Attempting to Deliver Mail
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Lisa Shen
at Jan 10, 2014 9:25:56 AM
Cast: Chris O’Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy Director: Wayne Blair Time: 103mins Rating: PG-13 In 1968, 4 young Aboriginal sisters …Continue reading »
The Sapphires (2012)
Cast: Chris O'Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy Director: Wayne Blair Time: 103mins Rating: PG-13 In 1968, 4 young Aboriginal sisters band together and started a band together. On the way they ...
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Gareth James
at Dec 21, 2013 7:22:37 PM
The Sapphires (Wayne Blair, 2012)
Kay (Shari Sebbens), Cynthia (Miranda Tapsell), Julie (Jessica Mauboy), Gail (Deborah Mailman) Put a Motown song in a film and I’m usually happy. Build a film around an all-girl Australian aboriginal singing group touring Vietnam in the 1960s with Motown hi...
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sohail ahmed
at Dec 4, 2013 1:18:35 PM
The Sapphires (2012) Watch Full Hollywood Movie Online Free
Also Known As : Les Saphirs Directed By :  Wayne Blair Written By :  Tony Briggs, Keith Thompson Main Stars :  Chris O’Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy, Shari Sebbens, Miranda Tapsell, Tory Kittles, Eka Darville, Tanika Lonesborough, Nioka Brennan Movi...
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James O'Brien
at Nov 17, 2013 6:56:22 AM
The Darkside

I went to one of (maybe the first public screening) of the new film by Warwick Thornton, previously known for such brilliant works as Samson and Delilah (director) and The Sapphires (director of photography).

In contrast to the clear, strong narrative of those two films, you need to work out your own “narrative” for The Darkside, as the film is based on a series of social history interviews with people about “ghost stories”.

But rather than feature the original interviews, well known actors (both Indigenous and non-Indigenous) are brought in to relay the stories.

Although there were a few stories which I didn’t understand (as the narrative wasn’t that clear), a few which I thought would have been better simply as audio (it’s the radio guy in me thinking the story didn’t need pictures), there were a few stories which really resonated with me. There’s a story, for example, of a “sighting” of the spirit of a young child near Coober Pedy which is beautifully illustrated as the artist Ben Quilty paints the scene. There’s also a lovely story presented by Deborah Mailman (featuring Marcia Langton in the background) which is fantastic, simply because it’s Deborah. Aaron Pederson brings great humour and authenticity to his story.

The final scene, where a young woman describes the slow painful death of an infant (and where she felt guided and supported by her granny), was the one where the film made sense for me. There’s a moment earlier in The Darkside, where one of the actors explains he believes that when you die, your body goes into the ground, your soul goes to your creator, and your spirit remains living amongst us.

The film will have a cinematic release at some point soon (I understand) and will also be a series of half-hour programs which will run on ABC-TV next year.

After the movie, we popped downstairs to the Corroboree Festival bar, enjoyed a chat, a drink, and the wonderful tunes of Frank Yamma.
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Karen Rogers
at Nov 10, 2013 3:24:36 AM
I SEE DEAD PEOPLE: The secret life of Aussie actor Deborah Mailman.

http://ow.ly/qC08e (Premium Content)
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The Australian
at Nov 9, 2013 4:30:57 AM
I SEE DEAD PEOPLE: The secret life of Aussie actor Deborah Mailman.

http://ow.ly/qC08e (Premium Content)
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Irene Velvick
at Oct 31, 2013 8:23:34 AM
After taking out Most Outstanding Drama at this year's Logie Awards, the critically acclaimed Redfern Now is back.

Starring Deborah Mailman, Wayne Blair, Leah Purcell, Craig McLachlan and Meyne Wyatt, don't miss six extraordinary new stories.

ABC TV | http://ab.co/1f0UhAD
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Hanna Silver
at Oct 31, 2013 8:12:16 AM
After taking out Most Outstanding Drama at this year's Logie Awards, the critically acclaimed Redfern Now is back.

Starring Deborah Mailman, Wayne Blair, Leah Purcell, Craig McLachlan and Meyne Wyatt, don't miss six extraordinary new stories.

ABC TV | http://ab.co/1f0UhAD
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