Aspects of Engagement in the Arts for Isolated Professional Women
The experiences of living in remote areas reveal opportunities offered and constraints imposed upon the appreciation of and participation in artistic pursuits.
||Professional Women, Rural Women, Isolation and Social Cultural Impact, Solitude Reflection and Inspiration, Participation in the Arts, Survival Above Culture, Art in Remote Areas
International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.41-46.
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My early, happy childhood in the 'bush' of New South Wales, where my parents instilled in me a love of learning, preceded formal education in Sydney and a very full life of teaching, marriage, children and university studies. My interests were wide and varied, from tennis and swimming, languages, poetry, learning to fly and exhibiting at art exhibitions to overeas travel with my husband. Many years were spent in business associated with rural machinery, aeroplanes and property management, prompting the achievement of accounting qualifications combined with the teaching of law subjects to tertiary students. With a Bachelor of Education in Adult Education, a Masters Honours in Education and a Doctorate in Philosophy, my major interests continue along the path of academic expression combined with business and travel.
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