Eltham District Historical Society Inc, Eltham
Colour front and back cover with feature articles and literary pieces with photographs and advertisements printed in black and white. 36 pages, 30 cm.
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1996) - Vol. 10, no. 5 (summer ed. 2005/06)
Vol. 1, No. 1 November 1996
Barbara Kruger comes to the Museum of Modern Art at Heide 3
Nillumbik festival celebrates our lifestyle in food, wine, music and art 5
Barry Dickens and Judy Jacques on Ruckers Hill present the "word" in all its possibilities 8
Nillumbik presents a new wave of visual artists 11
Extract from a novel in progress by Jon Weaving 12
Tribute to Myra Skipper 16
Youth of Eltham research local history 1 8
Akira Takizawa's search for harmony 22
A writer overcomes a nightmare 24
SCIENCE AND ART
Pamela Conder analyses nature 26
Jazz greats come to town 27
HISTORY IN PRINTS
Australia's forgotten war artist 28
1996, Adam Simmons, Akira Takizawa, Alison Cassidy, Alistair Knox Park, Allwood House, Alvaro Castagnet, Angels of Soul, Anita Hustas, Anna kelly, Anne Curry, Arts Ball, avenue of honour, Barbara Kruger, Barry Dickens, Batacuda, Belli, Belly Dance and Drumming group, Betty Rowland, Bike paths, Bits & Pieces, Blair Fraser, Blue Tongue, Bridge Street, Bulleen Art & Garden Centre, Bulleen Nursery, Bux, Caffe Poco, Cal Martin, Carla Cordeiro, Cate Bailey, Charles Morris, Charlie Dowley, Chris Hooke, Chris Kandis, Chute Street, Circus in a Suitcase, Crucial Kick, deirdre O'Reilly, Diamond Creek, Diamond Valley Big Band, Edna Kenny, Ellis Cottage, Eltham Arts Council, Eltham Cemetery, Eltham Courthouse, Eltham Festival, Eltham High School Stage and Jazz Band, Eltham High School, Eltham Library, Eltham People's Choir, Eltham Symphonica Band, Eltham War Memorial Building, Eltham Wiregrass Gallery, Eucalypso, Fay Alexander Jenkins, Fiona Furphy, Firefly, Food For All Seasons, Friends of the Earth Forest Action Fund, Gavan Gray, Gene Strode, Geoff Braithwaite, Geoff Kluke, George kirov, Gil Askey, Golden Cascades, Graeme Barker and the Cats, Greg O'Leary, Harry Gilham, Helen O'Grady Children's Drama Academy, Heritage Trail, Hurstbridge Goldworks Gallery, Italian Women's Choir, Jackie Gaudion, Jackie Stojznova, Jacqueline Gawler, Janine James, Jarrold Cottage, Jay Atwill, Jazz Band Ball, Jerry Hughes, Jock Ryan, John Rasmussen, Jon Weaving, Joseph Zbukvic, Joy Ness, Judy Jacques, Judy Racz, Jules Burns, June Cugola, Kate Jones, Kavisha Mazzella, Kevin Spearey, Les Gyori, Lisa Walker, Lothlorian, Louise Jade, Magwal, Margie Allan, Margie Lou Dyer, Margo Barrett, Mary Burns, Masquerade Ball, Melody James and Friends, Mermaid in the Well, Michael Eames, Michael Murray, Michele Lonsdale, Monique Di Mattina, Montsalvat, Myra Skipper, Nell Frysteen, Nerida Kirov, Nicole O'Connor, Nillumbik Emerging Artists Exhibition, Nillumbik Festival, Nola Spence, Ona Henderson, Opportunity Shop, Our Lady of Help Christians Church, Pamela Conder, Parafinallen, Patrick McCauley, Peter Burns, Peter Dougherty, Pond, Road, Robbie Greig, Roger Shuttleworth, Ron Hanson, Rory Cole, Ross Hannaford, Ross Needham, Ruckers Hill, Sanctuary, Scott Griffiths, Shep Huntly, Shillinglaw Cottage, Shire of Nillumbik, Shoestring, Sigmund Jorgensen, Silvio Apponyi, Spindrift, St Margarets Anglican Church, Stebbing Cottage, Steve Sedergreen, Susan Street, Sweeney, Syd Tunn, tennis-courts, Terry Cole, The Great Gizmo, The Picture, Theo Scharf, Thermal Skunkrust, Untitled scraper board, victorian artists supplies, War Artist, Warrandyte, Westgarth Writers' Week, Wingrove Cottage, Wolfgangs Palace Theatre Troupe, Women's Circus, Yarra Plenty Rock Gospel Choir, You did alright kid
"Peter Dougherty has been involved in the local art scene for many years. As publisher and editor of the arts magazine Artstreams, his comments on the various branches of the arts are widely respected. His "The Arts" column in the Diamond Valley Leader presents a brief summary for a much wider cross section of the local community. Peter also operates his own gallery and the Artstreams Cafe at the St Andrews market.
Peter has a wealth of knowledge about present day and historical aspects of local art and artists."
- Eltham District Historical Society Newsletter No. 161, March 2005