Tens of thousands of commuters each day walk Central station’s Devonshire street underpass; few realise the ground around them once hosted thousands of Sydney’s dead, and armed with scrubbing brushes and spray bottles, volunteers are sacrificing their Sunday morning sleep-in for an unusual task: giving a 149-year-old Brisbane cemetery a facelift.
Video recordings of the speakers and presenters at the recent CCANSW Conference & Trade Exposition held in Parramatta, NSW, on 16-17 May 2019, are now online for members and their delegates to view and download.
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This section contains articles and links to articles about all manner of art projects in cemeteries an memorial gardens
News about architecture and design in cemeteries, crematoriums, memorial gardens etc..
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