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5 days ago
The Arts Party

Or we cultivate these elements within ourselves… or within a bigger team! ... See MoreSee Less

Or we cultivate these elements within ourselves… or within a bigger team!
2 weeks ago
The Arts Party

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Come on FB. What is wrong with you??

2 weeks ago
The Arts Party

Join The Arts Party NSW Before Monday or Risk Closure for the Year!

Dear creativity enthusiasts and cultural advocates,
The Arts Party NSW faces a critical juncture. Unless we bolster our ranks by Monday, our vital work will be stymied for the year. We must surmount new challenges erected in our path!

Your support is urgently needed to maintain our registration. Currently, we lack merely three members to meet our quota.

Will you step forward and become a member?

Membership comes at no cost!

To join, kindly ensure you meet the following criteria:
* You are not affiliated with another political party.
* You are registered to vote at your current NSW address (verify here: check.aec.gov.au).
* You reside within NSW.

Submit the membership form by Monday morning (July 15th, 2024) via email to ArtsPartyNSW@gmail.com.

Due to recent disruptions on Facebook Messenger, we request submissions via email or phone.

The transient nature of our creative community often leads to members falling off the electoral roll. Yet, together, we can overcome this challenge!

Click on the link below for the membership form or email us for further assistance.

Join us in safeguarding The Arts Party NSW for the future!

elections.nsw.gov.au/getmedia/44c56423-1fdf-419c-b445-eae8d808f5b1/ld2019-3887-manner-and-form-de...
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2 weeks ago
The Arts Party

Add some of your own mood booster song choices to this list! Share the energy!May 7, 2019
Science has established that 'Dont stop me now' by Queen is the song that can make you feel better.
'Don't Stop Me Now' by Queen wins first place in the ranking of songs that have a positive impact on mood.
According to a study conducted by cognitive neuroscientist Jacob Jolij of the University of Groningen, this famous track is the most encouraging in the world.
The research, commissioned by a well-known electronics brand, analyzed various factors, including the beats per minute, the key and the chords of the song. According to Jolij, combining these elements gives the formula for the perfect 'feel-good song'.
Here are the top 10 songs that put you in a good mood according to the study:
Queen, "Don't Stop Me Now"
ABBA, "Dancing Queen"
Beach Boys, "Good Vibrations"
Billy Joel, "Uptown Girl"
Survivor, "Eye of the Tiger"
The Monkees, "I'm a Believer"
Cyndi Lauper, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"
Bon Jovi, "Livin' on a Prayer"
Gloria Gaynor, "I Will Survive"
Katrina & the Waves, "Walking on Sunshine"
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and "What I like about You" by the Romantics 🥰

What about Strawberry Swing by Coldplay? I heard that was in the top ten.

Science is science and devoid of taste. All these songs make me cringe.

2 weeks ago
The Arts Party

WHAT IS WITH THE NAME STINKWATER?

The beautiful coastal suburb of Coogee is not just the backdrop for our festival; it’s a place rich in history and culture. For many centuries, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation lived in the area, where some would have witnessed the arrival of Captain Cook when he entered what is now known as Sydney Harbour.

The village of Coogee was officially founded 12 October 1838 when the plan for the settlement was lodged at the New South Wales Colonial Secretary’s office. The village was established to prevent William Charles Wentworth from securing a large tract of the Sydney coastline, to add to his already substantial personal land holdings. The name ‘Coodgee’ is derived from a local indigenous word thought to mean, ‘rotting seaweed’ or ‘place of bad smells’.

The pic below is courtesy of Randwick Council, showing the tram that connected Coogee with Randwick up the hill.
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