The Clothesline is an independent online Adelaide Arts Magazine featuring interviews and reviews from Theatre, Cabaret, Comedy, Art Exhibitions, Children’s Performers, Social Interest Stories, Music and the many art Festivals that Adelaide presents and hosts; including Fringe, Adelaide Festival of the Arts, WOMADelaide, Cabaret Festival, Feast, OzAsia and many Food and Wine Festivals.
The Clothesline also features DVD, CD, Book and Movie reviews, along with competition prizes and giveaways.
Arts Journalist, Catherine Blanch, lived and loved thirteen years of writing and reviewing for one of Adelaide’s leading street press publications – Rip It Up Magazine; a job which included the mammoth task of coordinating and editing up to forty reviewers during the Adelaide Fringe and Festival. In that time she has interviewed local, national and international artists including Alice Cooper, Suzi Quatro, Ben Folds, Eddie Perfect, Ottmar Liebert, John Waters, Weird Al Yankovic, Leo Sayer, Storm Large, Lenny Henry, Howard Jones, Ross Noble, John Swan, Le Gateau Chocolat, The Magnets, Jon Stevens, iOTA, Wil Anderson, Judith Lucy, Toni Childs, Rodriguez, Adam Hills, Jimeoin, Tegan & Sara, Christopher Green, UB40, Human Nature, Danny Bhoy, John Butler and many more.
Along with friends and contacts in the media, publishing and promoting industries, as well as a plethora of national and international performers, Catherine Blanch is now relishing the opportunity to step out as Editor of The Clothesline digital arts magazine to create a fresh new look into the vibrant Adelaide Arts, Music and Comedy scene. With seasoned writers – already published in Rip It Up, The Adelaide Review and various publications from the UK and USA – The Clothesline will provide a gossip-free comprehensive look at what is happening in and around the Adelaide arts and festival scene.
The Clothesline would like to thank:
Karyn at Massive Empire [massiveempire.me] for amazing design skills, professionalism and outstanding follow-up support. We can not recommend her for all your WordPress needs more highly!
Sian and Ben Williams for pushing the point and getting The Clothesline to take its first of many many steps!
Everyone who has and continues to support this completely independent Arts Magazine – especially the writers and contributors that make up The Clothesline family!
The Clothesline Writers:
Jenny Thompson (+ proof reader)
Rosie van Heerde
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