After years of telling myself that I should do it, I have finally dragged my own website, www.doctordada.com into the 21st century. The old site (still viewable at www.doctordada.com/old) was all hand-coded, which is why I had to have a separate blog, here. But my new website, running on WordPress, has an integrated blog. Other advantages are:
support for other languages (which I am using for Esperanto)
a much cleaner design
I have copied over a few entries from this blog but there’ll still be useful stuff here that won’t be available there.
Trained in art education at Alexander Mackie CAE (now Art and Design, University of NSW), Australia. Joined Art Gallery of NSW as a museum educator in 1982, delivering of educational services and producing didactic exhibitions, printed material and videos. In 2001, appointed Manager of Information, with primary responsibility for the Gallery’s website and regular publications. In 2010, appointed Senior coordinator of online programs, responsible for creating online content related to the Gallery’s education and public programs. Since 2013, freelance consultant in art and museum education. Interests include computer programming (with LiveCode), mathematics, Esperanto and the relationships between faith, the arts and everyday life.
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