Patron of art

Schofield, Leo
August 2013
Australian Gourmet Traveller;Aug2013, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p86
The article discusses an interview with Melbourne Festival artistic director Josephine Ridge. She discloses being financially broke when she earned her past job as production assistant at BBC Radio 4 British radio station. She mentions working for producer-novelist Maurice Leitch before returning to Australia. She also acknowledges creativity of local artists in Melbourne, Victoria.


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