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Journal - ArtStreams: Whittlesea, Banyule, Darebin, Manningham, Nillumbik, Yarra; Vol. 9, No. 5, Summer 2004-05

From the Collection of Eltham District Historical Society Inc 728 Main Rd Eltham Victoria

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)
30 cm
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art streams, art streams gallery, emily kersing, eltham gourmet poultry & game, plenty of colour, samson hill estate, alan marshall short story award, liz nettleton, montsalvat, robbie greig, banyule festival, poetry, fiona sievers, darebin art show, bundoora homestead, latrobe university, banyule art collection, dynamic vegies, hurstbridge & districts community bank branch, organic produce store, wellers of kangaroo ground, mudbrick home restoration, northcote pottery, congo systems, bulleen art & garden centre, frames for art of hurstbridge, eltham town jazz and blues heritage festival, eltham jazz festival, thompsons amcal pharmacy, bridges, hurstbridge galleries, elizabeth nettleton
Historical information
Vol. 9, No. 5, Summer 2004-05
Winning AMSSA Short Story by Emily Kersing 3
New paintings by Elizabeth Nettleton 6
Poetry by Karen Throssel 10
Montsalvat Poetry by Fiona Seivers 11
Banyule Arts News 13
Book reviews 14
Ausra Larbey at Heide 16
CD Reviews 19
Robbie Greig CD Launch 23
Artin' About 24
Wining & dining 30
Listings 32
When Made
Made By
Peter Doughtery (Publisher)
"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
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