Read about exciting creative souls here:
Google her name and it won’t be long before you uncover a small assemblage of both hand-drawn and digitally-produced portraits depicting the faces of real people, each one differentiated by either gender or generation, or both.
Kris Stewart’s online biography is both tersely written and quite lengthy, the sure sign of a high achiever (or career criminal). Luckily for the Brisbane Powerhouse, their new(ish) artistic director is very definitely the former.
Local poet David Stavanger has capped a breakout year by winning the Thomas Shapcott Poetry Prize at the Queensland Poetry Festival.
With numerous art commission sales to her name and exhibitions all around the city â€“Â including Brisbane City Library, CBD Gallery, Westpac Bank (Queen St) and Hotel Grand Chancellor â€“ Janet has well and truly made a name for herself in the art industry.
The creative industries can sometimes seem a contradiction in terms â€“ projects everywhere, but never a career in sight. TheÂ PathfinderÂ series features interviews with Brisbaneâ€™s leading creative practitioners, trailblazers on the long road from artistic hobby to a professional calling.
WithÂ National Science WeekÂ just a hop and a skip away, QWC is getting in with the science spirit and hosting yet another workshop that is not to be missed -Â Putting Science In Your Fiction.
Putting Science In Your FictionÂ is for …
Meet artistÂ Naomi Worth, one of our talented feature artists atÂ Young at ArtÂ onÂ August 8.
Creative Drinks: What do you do?
Naomi: I create, I guess. When people ask me that question, I donâ€™t really like to say a …
Meet artistÂ Theresa Avery, one of our talented feature artists atÂ Young at ArtÂ onÂ August 8.
Creative Drinks: Teresa, tell (us) a bit about yourself?
Theresa: I am originally a Kiwi. I moved to …
Meet artistÂ Alice Nucifora, one of our talented feature artists atÂ Young at ArtÂ onÂ August 8.
Creative Drinks: What do you do in the creative space?
Alice: I do a lot of commission. So …