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1 day ago

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🕶Guess the moral of the story is: pay your freelancers, or else! 🤣 ... See MoreSee Less

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Now that more than half our workforce is in that mode of employment the moral is visible. It was always there.

2 days ago

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#fscottfitzgeraldBeautiful and inspiring words by F. Scott Fitzgerald, born on this day in 1896. 🖤 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

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Ruth Bader Ginsberg reveals how “the dropped curtain” for music auditions helped break some barriers, her love of music and the importance of using your voice: ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

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“I Am Australian” - Auslan arrangement ... See MoreSee Less

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i was sitting in the "quiet" carriage of a train once, and two other passengers near me were having a very animated and shared hilarity conversation,,,in sign language.

4 days ago

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#saveourstagesLive music venues across NSW have banded to form Save Our Stages NSW, calling on the NSW Govt to devise a stimulus package that will ensure the ongoing survival of the live music industry. Have your say, sign the petition here: www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/la/Pages/ePetition-details.aspx?q=OwozCsMApcplMK2w5ShJTw%3D%3D

Live music in NSW is under threat. Unless there is immediate government intervention, NSW risks losing 85% of the state’s live music venues within the next 12 months.
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4 days ago

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#NationalWeekOfDeafPeople

Post things happening to celebrate this week below. Here’s one from the MCA:
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4 days ago

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Today's A Mighty Girl Community Pick: "Women in Art: 50 Fearless Creatives Who Inspired The World" by Rachel Ignotofsky. From the creator of the best-selling "Women in Science" comes a new book celebrating fifty trailblazing female artists from around the world! This gorgeously illustrated book pays tribute to women artists in a wide variety of fields, from painting and photography, to architecture, to music, and much more. Her whimsical illustrations invite kids to thumb through the book’s pages, introducing them to many artists who rarely appear in mainstream history books, while the capsule biographies are accompanied by informative infographics on a range of topics. It's a celebration of artistic expression that is sure to inspire young readers to find their own way to create! Highly recommended for ages 9 and up.

"Women in Art" is available at www.amightygirl.com/women-in-art

Ignotofsky is also the author/illustrator of "Women in Science" (www.amightygirl.com/women-in-science) and "Women in Sports" (www.amightygirl.com/women-in-sports), both for ages 9 and up.

She has also created a poster series of the inspiring women featured in her books at amgrl.co/2FeWFqb

For many stories for children and teens of pioneering girls and women in the arts -- both in real-life and fiction -- visit our "Creative Arts" section at amgrl.co/2ibkDIQ
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.....I just don't understand how they can get away with this. Go to the Tribunal. Do something.

When doing chromakeying please pay someone to get the lighting right.

5 days ago

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We think education should be free too! Here’s an example of why:

p.s. Thank you to the amazing teachers out there for the work you do! We value all that you do! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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I think that Australia should have at least one public University in every city/state, with a mix of private. It’s actually quite doable and given the Covid situation, now is the time for action. Silver linings everywhere...

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