About Tai
Tai Snaith is an artist and author living in Melbourne Australia. She wanders through different ideas and works them out in may different mediums including ceramics, collage, conversations and broadcasting. You may have heard Tai’s voice on local cult radio station RRRfm (102.7) or read one of Tai’s 4 picture books published by Thames and Hudson. Tai’s next project will be part of the exhibition ‘Unfinished Business’ at The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, opening December 15 and running till the end of February 2018. You can also follow Tai on instagram @taisnaith or @taisnaith_for_kids
http://www.taisnaith.com
Current city: Melbourne
Tai Snaith is an artist and author living in Melbourne Australia. She wanders through different ideas and works them out in may different mediums including ceramics, collage, conversations and broadcasting. You may have heard Tai’s voice on local cult radio station RRRfm (102.7) or read one of Tai’s 4 picture books published by Thames and Hudson. Tai’s next project will be part of the exhibition ‘Unfinished Business’ at The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, opening December 15 and running till the end of February 2018. You can also follow Tai on instagram @taisnaith or @taisnaith_for_kids
 
Tarrawarra is a day trip from the city that everyone must make at least once. A private collection of Australian art made public in an incredible piece of contemporary architecture. Situated on the most bucolic and picturesque piece of countryside you can imagine. Now has a new restaurant and cellar door, so you can buy a bottle of wine and sit overlooking the lake. It's pretty perfect.
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The Merri Creek is a magical place. With a walking path running along it, amid the city and suburban chaos it is a passage of wild green and beautiful weeds. The place has ancient significance to the indigenous Wurrundjeri tribes as a place of meeting, living and hunting.
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If you find Quarries park and playground you have to keep walking, over the hill towards the creek and then down to the creek trail to find this secret place. It's a labyrinth made from blue stones and is maintained by a voluntary group of mystical new druids or something, for all to use. A great place to find and walk the path, focus your thoughts and clear your mind. Best when it is a frosty morning, like in this pic.
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These iconic recording studios are the beating heart of the Melbourne Music Scene. Musicians from all over the world come here to rehearse and record albums. Every recording room has an installation by a different Melbourne artist and the front is adorned in a two giant billboards with changing artists work (this one is mine from 2017). Everyone from famous locals such as Courtney Barnett, Archie Roach, The Drones and Paul Kelly to visitors like Tool, Beck and Elvis Costello. Founders Quincy McLean and Helen Marcou are total legends too.
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