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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | April 10, 2018

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AboutImogen Sloss, Author at The Creative Issue

Imogen Sloss

Imogen Sloss

When I am not eating food, I am either making food, writing about food or thinking about the next time I can eat food. I tell people I study Creative and Professional Writing because I read a lot as a child and love storytelling, but the reality is that I am passionate about the correct use of apostrophes and want a degree to justify my obsession. Never heard anyone yell about a semicolon? You obviously haven’t met me. In my spare time, I am an advocate for patting strangers’ dogs, recycling, napping, and using the Oxford Comma.

Posts By Imogen Sloss

QSO REVIEW: Why You Should Watch A Symphony Orchestra Solo

April 10, 2018 |

The idea of “solo dates” is not a new one. To me, asking for a table for one is less lonely and more introspective. Going to see a movie or a gig by yourself allows for a greater immersion in the art.

It seems so much more intimidating, however, to get dressed up and go to see the Queensland Symphony Orchestra by yourself. Read More

INTERVIEW: Kacper from Hey Baby! talks about the tour for their new single: “Kids”

March 28, 2018 |

When I spoke to Kacper Majchrowski, the guitarist and vocalist of local Brisbane band Hey Baby!, he was making himself at home in a hostel in Wollongong. Read More

Fish Lane Festival is back for 2018

March 23, 2018 |

Fish Lane Festival is kicking off for its third year in a row, and, honestly, it’s a combination of three of my favourite things in the world: food, music, and day-drinking. Read More

Bloom Festival Release First Lineup Announcement

March 9, 2018 |

What’s better than a music festival that runs over two weekends and features amazing local talent? When it’s free! Presenting: Bloom Festival.  Read More

“Actual Synthesisers” – Dots+Loops present Synthesis

March 9, 2018 |

Dots+Loops are bringing their genre-defying musical series back with Synthesis. Their tagline is catchy, and an apt description: “A synthesis of musical worlds. A synthesis of artistic disciplines. Actual synthesisers.”  Read More