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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | May 24, 2018

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Woe to us, the uncultured!

March 7, 2013 |

Oh, to be a cultured human! To stroll through the art galleries of Brisbane and stare. Just stare and stare until you feel completely absorbed in the work. The art transforms before your eyes and you capture every hint, nuance … Read More

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Lost Movements came to say hello!

March 5, 2013 |

Lincoln Savage and Lexi Pilon are co-founders of Brisbane’s artist-run initiative, Lost Movements. They came in to chat with us last week about some of their latest opportunities in the sphere of Brisbane live art.

The idea behind the whole … Read More

Matilda Awards Brisbane’s Best

March 2, 2013 |

Although Hollywood may have said farewell to yet another glitzy awards season, Brisbane is just getting started.

On Monday, south-east Queensland’s performing arts community will converge on the Gardens Theatre to honour our local theatre stars at the annual Matilda … Read More

Concert Photography

March 1, 2013 |

Photographing live music is better than most things.

As a “memory preserver” I was once that annoying person who wastes time watching the whole concert behind the screen of a compact digital, iPhone screen or now, iPad. Or I … Read More

Horse Power

February 28, 2013 |

It’s the biggest show Brisbane has ever seen; 44 horses, 36 performers, a 35-metre-tall big top and a 60-metre-wide digital screen.

The scale of Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse is hard to imagine. Luckily, with its … Read More

White Night Melbourne

February 26, 2013 |

Been wondering what all those pictures of Flinders Station, all dressed up in colour, popping up around social media are all about? Last Saturday evening in Melbourne kicked off a little differently than usual. Melbourne’s … Read More

Cultural Collage

February 26, 2013 |

Only one exhibition can boast the scope of work from over 27 countries from Australia, Asia and the Pacific. The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art is back and you’ve only got a short time to go see it.

In … Read More

Let There Be Light

February 25, 2013 |

Lighting is such a major factor of photography. It really can make or break a photo and correct lighting makes an amazing difference. I much prefer natural light, so that’s what I’m going to talk about today.

I have noticed … Read More

Melissa Lucashenko ‘Mullumbimby’ launch, Avid Reader

February 22, 2013 |

If you’re looking for something to do tonight that you won’t be ashamed to tell your colleagues about on Monday, why not get your literary on?

Avid Reader, Brisbane institution/ bookshop/café/ site of many fantastic events, is hosting the … Read More

Picnic Time

February 22, 2013 |

Picnic at Hanging Rock, the iconic piece of Australiana by Joan Lindsay, has been enjoying a renaissance of late.

The book was voted by readers as one of the top ten Aussie books to read before you die in December … Read More

Smiling is Infectious

February 21, 2013 |

Though the end of summer may be just around the corner, the silly season fun is far from over.

The Brisbane Comedy Festival is on again and one thing is guaranteed: a month of laughter and lunacy awaits the crowds … Read More

Get yourself a camera

February 20, 2013 |

Let’s start at the very beginning; a very good place to start. When you read you begin with ABC, when you sing you begin with Do-Re-Mi (Do-Re-Mi), when you take photos, you begin with a camera.

 

Without the aide … Read More

Miss Mary Mac

February 20, 2013 |

Sophia Mary Mac has been in the business of making beautiful things for years now. Working full-time as a graphic designer, Sophia finds time for illustration, skateboarding and making some good looking decks. She came in for a chat this … Read More

Changing To Lanes

February 20, 2013 |

Ancient cities such as Paris and Rome are filled with lanes and side streets, all with enchanted treasures just waiting to be discovered. Quaint little boutiques, bookshops and cafes are scattered so deep into the vine covered stone walls that … Read More