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VAN: Behind The Scenes

Sharing news and information about what goes on behind the scenes in maintaining Victorian Aboriginal News

There’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes with Victorian Aboriginal News (VAN). First of all, given that the project is entirely self-funded I’m always looking for ways to generate reveue and keep the project on the road (literally). Then, of course, there’s the work involved in ensuring VAN’s van (Violet the Van), which serves as my studio and home is livable and practical.

So, if you have an interest in what goes on behind the scenes, then precisely here is where you’ll find it.

Oh, and don’t hesitate to drop me a line or leave a comment on any of the posts. It gets a bit lonely on the road at times so it’s always great to hear from people. The only thing I ask is that you keep it nice. 🙂

Getting Ready for a Very Warm Day in Bundoora Park, my Home in Melbourne

Getting Ready for a Very Warm Day in Bundoora Park, my Home in Melbourne

It's always a challenge to deal with the cold and heat when living full-time in a van. Today, it's a warm one so it's off to a shady spot for me.
Truth and Remembrance: The Victorian Aboriginal Remembrance Service 2021

Truth and Remembrance: The Victorian Aboriginal Remembrance Service 2021

It was my privilege and honour to assume the serious duties of Master of Ceremonies for the 2021 Victorian Aboriginal Remembrance Service.

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