St Margaret's News May 2019 - Page 6

Blogs and an Exhibition John Goss drew my attention to “The Good Life”, a series of blogs in which Andrew leigh has conversations with various well known people, such as Marie Coleman, Tim Minchin, Barry Jones and Leigh Sales. You can listen to them at If you are tech savvy, you might instal an app, such as Podbean, for listening to them on your smart phone. Then you could link your phone via Blue- tooth to your car radio system and listen whilst driving. You might be interested to check out the exhibition at the Belconnen arts Centre until 9 June (10 AM - 4 PM, Tues - Sun). Called “Metamorphosis [unframed]” it is 110 works on paper pinned to the walls that investigate ideas of transition and transformation. There are works by children right through to professional artists. As a visitor you are encouraged to vote for your favourite work, with all the works being eligible for a $500 People’s Choice Award. You might even think my printed image - Enlightened Change (number 88) - is worth a vote. - Brian Rope Contributions Wanted All members of St Margaret’s and the broader Hackett-Downer- Watson community are invited to contribute articles and photo- graphs about things that have happened or are going to happen at the St Margaret’s/Holy Cross complex or in the local community. Articles about members of the community’s own involvements in things of interest to others in the community may also be submitted for potential publication. The deadline for material for the next issue is 14 June 2019, with that issue being published on 21 June. Material should be given to the editor Brian Rope or to Lynda at the church office. It may be handwritten or typed. It may be posted, emailed or personally delivered. The Editor reserves the right to edit, or even not use, material. St Margaret’s News 6 May 2019