Costa Becomes a Woodfordian

Woodfordia’s Environmental Projects Officer, Dr. Sandra, interviews new Woodfordian Costa Georgiadis.  Sandra: Tell us about your favourite moments at your first Woodford Folk Festival. What has inspired you most?   Costa: Given that I had no idea of what it‘s actually like, what inspired me the most, is that it is such a massive event that is so incredibly orchestrated. To have so many people…

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Woodfordia Community Zine

Stopping for a moment and gluing and pasting might be something you haven’t done in years possibly decades but the Woodfordia Community Zine was the perfect excuse for such activity. It’s amazing what organically unfolds from something so primitive and analogue with your hands. Conversations begin, closely followed by connection and creativity! Over ninety Woodfordians…

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WOODFORDIA’S TRADITIONAL CUSTODIANS GALLERY — A NEXT STEP

Since the very beginning of our organisation in 1985, organisers of the then called Queensland Folk Federation (QFF) said that ‘if we are to concern ourselves with the development of Australian cultural expression, it should begin with Aboriginal people’. We were bright eyed and innocent folkies enthusiastic about correcting the terrible injustices Indigenous Australians had…

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