Joel with his completed templates of our BIG boats drawn by Lilly
on Aug 20, 2011

One for One Scheme

Not all children live within reach of art galleries and cultural centers.

When I was living in New York I worked upstate in a town called Monticello with an Art Organization that brought dance, art music and theatre to children living in regional and under serviced areas. Arghhhh TWyla wakes as I begin! i see if i can resettle!!! LOL! love xxx Have just changed my homepage in blogger profile to blog.bigkidsmagazine.com but will need to wait til we post soemthing the see if it works again. hmmm.

on Aug 15, 2011

Two steps forward, one step back

Each time we race to the end of something, it suddenly and without warning gets further away. Kind of like mid highjump the bar is raised, and you kick like crazy to propel yourself a little higher without crashing. 
We have a revised time-line which will see us still make our September launch JUST. It will now just be a little closer to the end of the month than we had anticipated.
We are days away from launching our webpage. Approved by the editorial team and a few ring-ins, the ALSO designed BIG landing pad is a bit of a treat we can’t wait to share with you.

The administration is relentless. We thought the business side of things was full on in terms of abn’s and registering names and tfn and gst, but it has been nothing on the process of repeated editing, constant decision making, email communication, printing, designing, online form-ing, issn-ing, blogging, statistic-ing, prioritising, social platforming, researching, ………………………..
Phew.
Lilly and I work like wonders when it is the creative magazine-making, but the world AROUND it is hard slog. I am literally swaying in my chair.

on Aug 1, 2011

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