The Storm Media, Financial Times, TSSDNEWS, Pacific Daily, Miao-Jie News
27 November 2019
General Chinese press for Florilegium, a Solo exhibition by represented artist Ruth Ju-Shih Li at Yingee Ceramics Museum, Taiwan that runs until 29 December 2019....more
Sydney Morning Herald
22 November 2019
Left: 10 Things to see, hear and do this weekend
ART: Todd Fuller
A place not like home features two bodies of work from Todd Fuller. Featuring his hand-drawn animations, To see the ocean for the first time has elements about the famous Shelley Beach resident Harry Thompson and My Brother calls this place God's Country is an ode to the artist's hometown of Branxton.
Until November 24, May Space, 409B George Street, Waterloo.
20 November 2019
Interview with Frontrunner's Corazon Miller ahead of the Loribelle Spirovski’s first London exhibition at the HOFA Gallery entitled Love, Death, and the Time I Knew You.
Read the interview online here
Matrons & Mistresses
20 November 2019
Lizzie Cheatham McNairy
Interview with represented artist Loribelle Spirovski for Matrons & Mistresses.
Read the interview online here.
6 November 2019
by Charles Croucher
When the internet was in its infancy, we used to joke that the only information superhighway we needed ran through Nan’s phone.
My grandmother, a telephonist during the middle decades of last century, still wielded her rotary phone like a professional and was constantly up to date with the happenings of family, friends and the entire town....more
6 November 2019
- a poem by Todd Fuller
▶ My Brother calls this place God’s Country
A poem by Todd Fuller
Welcome to Branxton, we have two cemeteries and no hospital. This was the corner where I caught the bus.
Leave our bags in a pile, buy sweets, walk home. Repeat.
Don’t talk to Peter, he threw rocks at me last week.
That house belonged to Nana Dries, that one to Aunty Rita. The Thomas’s. The Thrifts. The Daggs. Wave to Rocky. I don’t know who lives in that one now, but I do know her dog barks at night....more
New Ceramics: The European Ceramics Magazine
Issue 4, 2019
Ruth, we met in Yingge/Taiwan at the last IAC/AIC meeting and you told me about your very interesting background and busy life as an artist.
As an artist I divide my time between my studios in Sydney-Australia, Taipei (Taiwan) and in Jingdezhen (PR China). I was born in Taiwan and migrated to New Zealand with my family when I was three years old, and then to Australia when I was ten. Having lived most of my life in Sydney and studied at the National Art School in Australia, I identify as a Taiwanese-Australian artist.
29 October 2019
Left: The Sculpture on the Farm event drew 2000 visitors
More than 2000 people trekked to beautiful Fosterton over the October long weekend for the Sculpture on the Farm event.
Committee Chair Philippa Graham said the committee was so grateful to the mayor, Tracy Norman for officially opening the exhibition.
"Her warmth and enthusiasm was infectious as she regaled the gathered throng with her advocacy for Dungog and its people," said Mrs Graham....more Read online: https://www.dungogchronicle.com.au/story/6457647/sculpture-on-the-farm-a-hit-with-all-ages/?cs=410#slide=0
Hunter Valley News
28 October 2019
Left: Local artist Todd Fuller puts his love of hometown Branxton in the spotlight
TODD Fuller lives in Sydney and has had his artwork exhibited all around Australia, but his love of Branxton still burns brightly.
So much so, the 31-year-old's latest exhibition is a snapshot of Branxton - in his own words "a nod to stories of greatness there, to some weird things ... a nostalgic cross section of Branxton."
Fuller, 31, grew up in Branxton and lived there until he was 18 when he went to National Art School....more Read online: https://www.huntervalleynews.net.au/story/6460451/artists-love-of-hometown-still-burns-brightly/
New Taipei City Arts Magazine
25 October 2019
Chinese press in the New Taipei City Arts Magazine for Florilegium, a Solo exhibition by represented artist Ruth Ju-Shih Li at Yingee Ceramics Museum, Taiwan.
The exhibition runs until 29 December 2019.
Read the press here