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Moonee Valley City Council
Sculpture - Public Art, Water Shadow, Paul Johnson & Gail Mason, 2008"Through the diagonals of the structure, the sense of upward striving, of energy caught in the light, the sculpture gives form to the dynamics of the Sports and Fitness Centre. The evening lighting program enhances the sense of water and movement as it pulsates in the rhythm of healthy respiration".2007 In response to an Expression of Interest from the City of Moonee Valley at the time of the Centers constructionContemporary Public ArtWelded and painted steel beams set in diagonals supporting a glass encased frame 4 meters above the ground illuminated at night.water, rhythmn, fitness, sport
Warrnambool and District Historical Society Inc.
Booklet, Rhythmns of the Western District, 2003This is a booklet of four poems about the Warrnambool area written and produced by Iris Fisher. The poems deal with aspects of Warrnambool, Allansford, Port Fairy and Koroit. Iris Fisher wrote the poems when she was living in Allansford. She lived for 18 years in Warrnambool and seven in Allansford and is the author of four other books of verse that tell of her life and thoughts in the Western District of Victoria. This book is of interest as it has been written by Iris Fisher who lived in the Warrnambool area for 25 years. The poems contain many references to the history of the four places – Warrnambool, Port Fairy, Koroit and Allansford. This is a small soft cover booklet of 26 pages. It has a mauve-coloured cover with an image of Childers Cove before the Sentinel rock was washed away. The cover printing is a dark red colour. The booklet contains four printed poems and black and white photographs of scenes and people of the Allansford/Warrnambool area. Mostly the illustrations are of an historic nature. The poems are dedicated to ‘Life in the Warrnambool Area’. The booklet is bound with staples.Front Cover: ‘Rhythmns (sic) of the Western District by Iris Fisher’ Inside front cover: ‘10/7/03 To Graeme and Barbara Best Wishes Iris’ allansford, port fairy, koroit, warrnambool, iris fisher
PHOTOGRAPHFAWCETT'S "RHYTHM ACES" PLAYED FOR ALL THE BALLS AND DANCES DURING THE THIRTIES. L-R .STAN THOMAS, BILL FAWCETT, MADGE FAWCETT, THEO HARDENBLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPH OF RHYTHM ACES DANCE ORCHESTRA. CLUNES TOWN HALL BACKDROP IN THE BACKGROUND. .1 postcard photograph of Rhythm Aces. Names on back of photo. Theo Harden (on right) Madge Fawcettt, Stan Thomas, (? Fawcett? on left - no name on photo) .2 Postcard photograph of Rhythmn Aces (no inscription) .3 Enlarged photo of orchestra .4 Photocopy of photo of orchestra .5 Photocopy of photo of orchestra .1 From the left 4th Theo Harden, 3rd, Madge Fawcett, 2nd Stan Thomaslocal history, document, postcard, bands, dance