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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | September 18, 2019

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AboutBianca Sebecke, Author at The Creative Issue

Bianca Sebecke

Bianca Sebecke

In the greater scheme of things, I’ve always been the new kid on the block. After having led a somewhat nomadic lifestyle between international relocation and yearning for the unknown, I have finally decided to settle betwixt and between Brisbane. For me, our city offers an exciting dynamic, which encompasses an abundance of quirky traits that make Brisbane the ideal spot for the creative person. We have undercurrents of serious café, bar and culinary culture, globally inspired galleries and an infrastructure that allows city dwellers to embrace a ‘river city’ way of life, whilst exploring the characteristics of hip and charming intertwining neighbourhoods. Between the standard hustle, I am interested in exploring Brisbane with new eyes – there is always something fresh and seriously eccentric happening if one looks just a little further than our next bus stop. I love the contrasting small town / big city feel of Brisbane. Here I realize that the simplistic aspect of present, daily life is sometimes better than escapism, so when Brisbane calls, I intend to answer.

Posts By Bianca Sebecke

‘Future Shorts Film Festival’ lands in Brisbane at The Flying Cock

August 23, 2014 |

As the biggest pop-up film festival of its kind, Future Shorts lands in Brisbane as part of the Valley Fiesta celebrations and has your Saturday night sorted, in the eclectically rustic surrounds of The Flying Cock.

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A Book of Your Own: Masterclass on Writing From Life with Kristna Olsson

August 14, 2014 |

 The Queensland Writers Centre is offering a special masterclass session this Sunday with award-winning writer and journalist, Kristina Olsson.

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Celebrate Brisbane, Beer & BBQ’s in the name of National Science Week

August 13, 2014 |

When scouting new community based events around town, creativity and science sometimes go together, right? If you are in the mood for something different on a Saturday afternoon, join  celebrations for the kick-off of National Science Week in true Brisbane style. Read More

Friday Night Markets at Boundary Street

August 8, 2014 |

If you are not up to a wild night out, nor too much of a quiet one in, the Friday night Boundary Street Markets are your best local bet for something perfectly in-between.

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Vintage Poster Exhibition at “The Art of Shopping”: Woolloongabba Antique Centre

June 16, 2014 |

This month, Brisbane’s largest antique hub, the Woolloongabba Antique Centre acts as a worthy setting for SideStreet Vintage’s advertising poster exhibition, “The Art of Shopping.” Read More

Brisbane Record Fair: West-End

June 3, 2014 |

There’s something enticing about the chance to hunt down rare LP’s and few things come close to that delicate crackle of vinyl spinning beneath a needle.  Read More

Laneway Learning: Classes for Anything and Everything!

May 27, 2014 |

As a city, Brisbane is big enough to be part of the hustle and bustle, yet on the other hand; we are   intimate, creative and community driven. With roots in Melbourne and Sydney, we are now fortunate enough to have our very own branch of ‘Laneway Learning, a ‘ragtag’ series of evening classes, for anything and everything.  Read More

Dustin Tebbutt at Alhambra Lounge: limited tickets available

May 12, 2014 |

Typified by notions of the Northern hemisphere, lingering lowlight and a sound that is all at once nostalgic and undeniably comforting, Dustin Tebbutt has a striking knack of demanding our undivided musical attention.

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Go-to gift ideas: mementos for every Mum

May 5, 2014 |

May means many things. The weather is cooling, twilight comes a few hours earlier and Mother’s Day is smiling at us on the horizon. Whether you are contemplating a small token for Mum, a gift of appreciation for others or just another sunny Sunday, here is a little compilation of some winning go-to solutions for the easy, thoughtful and minimalistic gift-giver.  Read More

Falling Back to Earth: Twilight Viewings

April 28, 2014 |

Ethereal, evoking quiet contemplation and focussing on humanity’s relationship with nature, Cai Guo-Qiang’s ‘Falling Back to Earth’ has been on display at the Gallery of Modern Art since mid-November 2013 and is now entering the final four weeks of exhibition with an opening of exclusive twilight viewings. Read More

‘RINSE’: Thursday’s on the Rooftop at Limes.

April 17, 2014 |

The weather is cooler, days are getting shorter and nights are getting longer which makes Thursday evenings out on the town even more appealing with the new, weekly event at Limes Hotel Rooftop Bar – ‘RINSE.’

In keeping with the … Read More

Local and handmade at BrisStyle’s Indie Markets

April 11, 2014 |

With Easter coming, now is the time of year to amble about and pick up trinkets for thoughtful gifts, or even a unique treat for yourself.  Read More

A note on Brisbane, beauty and chaotic ugliness

March 31, 2014 |

Alright, alright. I’ve heard the uproar and just like many of us, my eyebrows were slowly raised. From being voted as ‘one of the world’s hippest cities’ to now being singled out a brilliant example of ‘chaotic ugliness’, the city of Brisbane is on a roller coaster ride of sudden attention. Read More

Brewsvegas: The Home-brewed Festival

March 22, 2014 |

The scene in Brisbane is one we all know and love. The bars, the shenanigans and the culture of craft beer are soon to be rolled into one with the new festival on the block – Brewsvegas.  Read More