Historical information

Vol. 2, No. 5, Oct-Nov 1997
CONTENTS
ART BRIDGES GAP IN WAR-TORN NATION
Painter Piers Batman captures life in Eritrea 3
TENACITY OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT
A teacher's road back from road trauma 7
EXHIBITIONS 10
POETRY
Ray Liversidge 11
STUDIO WALKABOUT
Artists open studios for Eltham Festival 12
ART FROM THE HEART
Interview with Herman Pekel 14
ERITREAN JOURNEY
Bill Moseley's camera in Eritrea 16
ART AND THE INTERNET
Two Kangaroo Ground women bring art to a wider audience 18
HOUSE AND GARDEN IN SUBURBIA
Exhibition of sculpture at Austin and Repatriation Medical Centre 20
THEATRE
New Playbox - powerful advocate of Australian theatre 21
SHORT STORY
Goodbye Dave, by Sherry Clarke 22
BOOK REVIEW 27
POETRY READING 28
BOOK REVIEW 29
EXPATRIATES COME HOME
Former Nillumbik artists exhibit works 30

Significance

"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

Physical description

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/‚Äč06)