The Fall issue of the Posh Sauvage magazine ‘Down to Earth’ is out now! This new fashion and lifestyle magazine is the inspiration of American-born artist, Lynette Arlene who lives in the north of Italy and crosses continents for her work in fashion, hair and make up. She is an art director, fashion stylist, hair and make up artist and painter and has her own production company. As a mother of three school-aged children she is the Editor in Chief of this exciting new magazine which features stories on fashion, beauty, culinary arts, performance, music, video and interviews.
Featuring in this issue is an interview with Philip Channells, the Creative Director of Dance Integrated Australia. In the Contributors section of the magazine, the editor makes a special mention…
Many thanks to all the contributors for your time and support. None of this would be possible without each of you. I would like to really thank Philip Channells for his continued dedication and work developing integrated dance in Australia, redefining what means ‘ability’ vs. ‘dis-ability’. Lynette Arlene, Editor in Chief
Other Australian-based contributors include: Sean Campbell from 17eightynine, Chris Herzfeld from Camlight Productions, Alexander Mitchell Photography, Katie Pashley Photography and p / i / c / k / u / p, and Tim Standing from Daylight Breaks. Their photography work features in the interview with Channells. The images from Herzfeld, Mitchell and Standing capture Philip’s choreographic work with Restless Dance Theatre and Dance Integrated Australia and the work of Pashley features the award winning photograph from the Australian Human Rights Commission’s Human Rights Award 2012.
To view the online magazine, visit Posh Sauvage
For the interview Keeping his feet firmly on the ground while leading dance to new heights