Tuesday, July 20, 2010

DVD Catchup

Way back in June I watched the following DVDs -
A young Australian man who came here from Hungary returns to talk to his grandfather about his involvement in the 1956 uprising.  His grandfather's name is hated by many in Hungary to this day as he was involved in sending many people to their deaths following the suppression of the revolution.


Betty Churcher is interviewed and she comes across as a wonderful, interesting, active and intelligent woman who played a huge role in art education in Australia - both through teaching and also in running the National Gallery in Australia.

This is the DVD of a TV series.  It got me thinking about why we have the images in art and advertising we do, and gave an insight into the development of art.  Some interesting connections and thoughts.

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