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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | May 23, 2018

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AboutNahima Kern, Author at The Creative Issue

Nahima Kern

Nahima Kern

Currently, I am sitting in my dark bedroom puzzling over what I should say in this bio. Basically, I am a traditional Japanese musical instrument loving, cat crazy Journo student with a love of the arts and a passion for writing about it. You can often find me reading my extensive Tolkien collection or non-abridged translation of Wu Cheng’en’s Journey to The West, playing my Koto, drinking delicious tea and craving more tattoos. I find the greatest part about writing is the fact that the English language has so many beautiful words and phrases. Like Cellar Door. I have an irrational fear of cracks in the pavement and a love for knitting bad beanies. If I had a magical ability it would be to make a never-ending pudding, because who doesn’t love cake? No one. No one doesn’t love cake.

Posts By Nahima Kern

QSO Strikes Again With Symphonic Dances

May 23, 2018 |

The ambience and delightful sounds that meet the ear and eye at Classical music concerts is something I truly live for. Read More

Xavier de Maistre: Sexy Harpist Extraordinaire

May 12, 2018 |

It’s official. The world’s sexiest Classical Harpist will be hitting QPAC’s stage early next week. Read More

Review: Emily Tresidder’s No, You Hang Up

March 28, 2018 |

How do you like your comedy? Shaken or Stirred? Maybe chewed and then spat out? Well Emily Tresidder certainly knows how to stir things up onstage. With her new show No You Hang Up, which debuted at the … Read More

The Dollar Bill Murrays Rock The House Down

February 22, 2018 |

The Brisbane House Party. Evocative of the opening and subsequent scenes of He Died with a Felafel in his Hand, it may not be as chaotic as this iconic classic but most certainly, anything, at any house party can happen. Read More

Dots + Loops Companions Festival At Cupo

September 18, 2017 |

Whilst the majority of Brisbane was rocking out to BIGSOUND, Fortitude Valley was playing host to another music festival. Read More

Paul Taylor En Franglais At The Tivoli

June 30, 2017 |

Hold onto your bérets and bust out your baguettes ! Paul Taylor is coming Down Under this July.
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Get Heavy With Port Royal and Rebecca Dostal

May 30, 2017 |

It’s not every day you see a puppet walking down the street or driving a car. Read More

A Killer Show: Spanish Baroque, Triumphant

May 18, 2017 |

If there isn’t a more killer combination than acrobats and Baroque music, I don’t know what is. Read More

Words Fail Me: Aria – A Kupka’s Piano Review

May 12, 2017 |

Who’s up for experiencing new music? Naturally, all of you should have said yes. Read More

Circa’s Spanish Baroque: An Interview With Billie Wilson-Coffey

May 10, 2017 |

Brisbane has such a diverse arts culture with many different sub-species of artists existing in the same, seemingly tiny space. Read More

Hannah Reardon-Smith – Kupka’s Piano

May 10, 2017 |

It’s always a pleasure to experience something new and out of our comfort zone. With music, especially, it can be daunting to stray from what we know and love. Read More

Set Your Sights On The Horizon This August

May 1, 2017 |

This year is certainly shaping up to be a year for Queensland, and indeed, later this year will be no exception.  Read More

Order Up Brisbane – Fish Lane Fest Returns!

April 28, 2017 |

Do you consider yourself a foodie? We might have something for you. Read More

Calling Visual Artists – BIGSOUND Wants You

April 27, 2017 |

BIGSOUND is extending an opportunity for Australian visual artists! Read More