Xanthe Turner, Azalia Turner
Xanthe and Azalia Turner participated in Wearable Art Mandurah 2017. They both made it through to the Showcase, which was held at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre on the 10th and 11th of June 2017.
Article by Jill Burgess, Mandurah Coastal Times, 31 May 2017
Review by Nerida Dickinson, Perth Arts Live, 6 July 2017
Article and photographs by Marta Pascual Juanola, Mandurah Mail, 8 April 2017
Below: Xanthe and Azalia at the Judging day, Wearable Art Mandurah, 2017. Photos by Nanci Nott.
Azalia and Xanthe talk about potatoes, bananas, story boarding, character arcs, banana arcs, and singing!
In this video, Xanthe reviews the (awesomely excellent) YA book, 'Jenna's Truth', by Nadia L King.
(Excerpt) "I thought Jenna’s Truth was a sad, brutally honest book. It ended happily, in the actual story itself, but then when I found out the truth of what really happened, it made me feel very sad. I actually did cry at the end of the book."
To hear more about 'Jenna's Truth, watch the video or visit Nadia L King's website. After talking about 'Jenna's Truth', Xanthe answers the hardest question in the world... ...followed by the easiest question in the world.
This video may or may not include subtle references to Transformers.
To learn more about Nadia L King, go to: https://nadialking.wordpress.com
June 13, 2045