The Christmas project is the most recent piece in a long line of capstone projects in the Australian capital.
The project is an ambitious and ambitious attempt to bring together an array of local and national artists to produce a book of short stories.
This first issue of The Christmas Project, which was published by Penguin Australia in February, is a celebration of the Christmas season in Australia.
It is set in the small town of Lachlan, in the state of New South Wales, in a small community called St Mary’s.
It begins with a story about the Christmas lights that decorate the town.
A woman is selling the decorations at a local Christmas market, but the townspeople are too busy celebrating the New Year to take any notice.
As the story unfolds, it is revealed that there is a woman who is also the author of the stories.
The story of the lights, which are a celebration and a reminder of the events that are happening in the town, is told through the voices of several local artists.
It also looks at the people that live and work in the community and explores the relationships between them.
It looks at a range of subjects including the relationship between a community and its cultural heritage, the place and history of the town and the wider region, the arts and music scene in the city and its role in the economy.
There are a range in the story, including the history of Christmas in the towns of Litchfield, Wollongong, the Sunshine Coast and Wolloa, and the stories of many families who have gathered to celebrate Christmas.
A lot of the artists involved are local, and they have been part of local communities for generations.
Some of the local artists, including Mary Jane, Mary, Alice, Litch, John, and Sarah, are all living in the area and have been working in the industry for decades.
The Christmas story tells of the history and the traditions of the region, with references to local traditions and traditions from around the world.
The artists involved in the project include writers such as Anna Maria, Kate and John, author of The Lost Princess, and John Hughes, author and broadcaster.
The artist responsible for the artwork in the first issue, Sarah, said she had always wanted to create an artist’s work.
She had previously worked as an artist in Litch and had spent some time in the region.
In her artistic work, Sarah was inspired by the traditional designs and the colour schemes of the Litch family, as well as the traditions that they had built up over the years.
Sarah said that this project had been a great challenge for her to tell her own story.
“I always have this desire to tell a story that I’m not familiar with, and I think it’s really important to be aware of these traditions,” she said.
Sarah’s work has been featured in many different media including the BBC’s The Art of the Story, the National Geographic Channel series The Christmas Story, and in several art shows around Australia.
The first issue was published in February.
The next issue, which will be called The Christmas Book, is set to be published in April, followed by the second issue, The Christmas Gift.
A third book, The Litch Book, will be published by National Geographic in May, which is also published by the Penguin Australia imprint.
The main focus of the project is on local artists in the local community.
The stories are written by local artists who are members of the St Marys Christmas community.
Mary Jane said that the project was about connecting with other people from the community.
“It’s about celebrating the people who are the inspiration for the stories,” she told ABC Radio National.
“We can be proud to be part of this project and this community.”