WILD TARGET - WINNERS
To win one of 20 double inseason passes to Wild Target, starring Billy Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint and Rupert Everett, courtesy Icon, we asked: To which great, famous, successful man or woman in the arts would you like to be apprentice and why? Jennifer Bush (Vic) says: Theatre director; 2020 summiteer; eloquent speaker; elegance personified; environmental suffragette; stellar acting career AND a mother of three… Teach me how you do it all; CATE BLANCHETT!
Lynda Johns (ACT): Meryl Streep because I`d love to learn how she manages to actually reinvent herself and become the character she plays in so many disparate roles - it`s such an admirable talent.
Lorenzo Faen (NSW): I think Richard Branson has made an Art out of being successful; and it looks like he`s having fun;. He`ll do fine; thanks.
Catherine McArthur (NT): I would like to be apprenticed to Mozart and learn to write beautiful music like he did
Serene Millward (Qld): Michaelangelo... he really needed an assistant to remind him to change his clothes and to give him a bath.
Michael Cossey (SA): Tom Jones; to think one day I could have lots of Ladies throwing their underwear at me.
Jennifer Bush (Vic): Theatre director; 2020 summiteer; eloquent speaker; elegance personified; environmental suffragette; stellar acting career AND a mother of three… Teach me how you do it all; CATE BLANCHETT!
Andrew Richardson (WA): Ray Harryhausen (90 this year). His stop-motion animations frightened; fascinated and encouraged me to hold onto my imagination from childhood to adulthood. I wouldn`t be a designer/illustrator without his influence.
ACT: Lynda Johns, Leuk Andersen, Lorenzo Faen, Colin Groves, Vipul Bhambure
NT: Catherine McArthur
QLD: Serene Millward, Eliza Dane, Barbie Duig
SA: Michael Cossey, Matt Henschke
VIC: Jennifer Bush, Donato Ernesto, Lucas Kussowski, Adrian Blong
WA: Andrew Richardson, Vanda Bacich, Sabine Symons, Ray Barnes
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