Layers of Values, Afloat on the Darling

Posted by on Aug 30, 2013 in News, One River Bourke | No Comments
Layers of Values, Afloat on the Darling

[One River Reference Group member, Cameron Muir, writes about Andrew Hull’s One River project Remembering the River, delivered on 6 July 2013 in Bourke]. It’s late afternoon and Andrew Hull is punting lanterns down the Darling River in a dinged-up ex-military boat. This will be his last rehearsal before tomorrow’s performance of ‘Remembering the River’. […]

Wasted Water

Posted by on Aug 8, 2013 in News, One River Goolwa and Murray Mouth | No Comments
Wasted Water

[Garry Hera-Singh has been President of the Southern Fishermans’ Association for the past thirteen years. He was at the helm when the Lakes and Coorong Fishery became only the third fishery in Australia and the twenty-seventh in the world to gain Marine Stewardship Council Accreditation for sustainable fisheries. He acknowledges that he had, and still […]

Together We Stand

Posted by on Jun 26, 2013 in News, One River Goolwa and Murray Mouth | No Comments
Together We Stand

Bill ‘Swampy’ Marsh interviews Glen and Tracy Hill, environmentally sustainable fishers of the Coorong, near the Murray Mouth, SA. “When you go out on the water, you’re in tune with nature. It’s emotional.” – Glen Hill Tracy: Glen and I decided to call ourselves Coorong Wild Seafood because we were not only proud of what […]

riverun: A short film about the Albury-Wodonga One River Project

Posted by on Jun 19, 2013 in News, One River Albury-Wodonga | No Comments

A short film about the Albury-Wodonga One River project, riverun,  can be viewed here. View images from the installation and data projection onto the Hume Dam, Sunday 14 April 2013.

The River Makes its Mark

Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 in News, One River Mitchell | One Comment
The River Makes its Mark

[One River Reference Group member, Asa Wahlquist, writes about Jude Roberts’ One River project in Mitchell, Unravelling the Maranoa] Jude Roberts gently tugs and lifts the end of a nine-metre roll of paper onto the banks of the Maranoa River. The rest of the roll lies partially submerged in the waters of a wide stretch, […]

Canberra’s Precious Water is a Triple Trickle

Posted by on Feb 20, 2013 in News | No Comments
Canberra’s Precious Water is a Triple Trickle

Last week I had the pleasure of meeting film-maker Richard Snashall who has the unusual claim to fame of making the first one-hour doco to screen on SBS all by himself. “I did the filming, sound, presenting, editing, mixing and everything in between” he said. Working alone and travelling at his own expense, Richard spent […]