Sunday 15 July 2007

Hall and Bonasera cross bones

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They were very different scenes. New Zealand Jason Hall brought out the hard core Melbourne gold & silversmithing scene, curious about the latest installment in the stone, bone and shell story. The Pakeha story was interestingly laid out by expatriate Kiwi Robyn McKenzie in her opening remarks

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