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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | October 24, 2021

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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 Masters graduate with a love of the arts and a passion for writing about it. You can often find me reading my extensive Tolkien collection or unabridged 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

BWF: In Conversation with CEO Sarah Runcie

May 27, 2021 |

Brisbane Writers Festival swept through Brisbane earlier this month for its 59th year in operation. Read More

Your Song Crocodile Rocks It

April 26, 2021 |

Everyone knows Elton John. His iconic music has shaped our age and given us something to laugh, cry and sing about. Read More

Weathering Well: Witty, Charming, Funny

April 25, 2021 |

Jenny Woodward is no actor. Yet, last Friday night, she took to the stage and opened her heart and life to a full house. Read More

BWF’s 59th Year to Shine Literary Light on Brisbane

April 1, 2021 |

For 59 years, the Brisbane Writers Festival (BWF) has provided a space for those near and far to come together to discuss all things literature. They have just released their program for 2021. Read More

The Hive Collective’s Kate Wild On Latest Season At Metro Arts

February 15, 2021 |

The Bull, The Moon, and The Coronet of Stars is set to open this week as part of a season of three plays, The Bull, Elektra/Orestes, and Conviction. Read More

From the Ashes a Fire Shall be Woken: IMA’s Tim Riley Walsh

January 29, 2021 |

From Saturday, January 30, Brisbane residents will see the Valley’s Institute of Modern Art (IMA) come alive with a brand-new contemporary art exhibition. On Fire: Climate and Crisis will focus on the recent Black Summer of 2019-2020 and the impacts of this tragedy.

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A Sinful Bite: An Interview with Brief’s Fez Faanana

December 16, 2020 |

Bite Club, Briefs Factory International’s brand-new show is in full swing. It opened last week and has left Brisbane begging for more.

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La Boite To Re-open Its Doors To HWY Live

November 2, 2020 |

It has been a literal year of hardship in 2020 with many businesses and industries doing it tough.

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You’ve Got This: A Sit Down with Bec Brown

September 15, 2020 |

On a sunny and temperate Thursday a few weeks ago, TCI had the chance to sit down and chat with Bec Brown. Read More

BRISBANE FESTIVAL’S TRIUMPHANT RETURN THIS SEPTEMBER

July 28, 2020 |

It’s fair to say 2020 has been a shocker of a year. With many in the arts industry facing uncertain times, it has been tough. Read More

The Little Red Company To Boost Creative Industries

March 19, 2020 |

In this dire time of worry, stress and a creative industry on the brink of uncertainty, there is hope. Read More

Success for Queensland at the 2019 Matilda Awards

February 19, 2020 |

It’s that time of year again. With the Oscars just gone it’s time for another award ceremony like no other. Read More

Serenity: The Art of John Fu Chong

January 24, 2020 |

To start off 2020 in the right way, Art from the Margins will be launching an exhibition by local artist John Fu Chong – Serenity: The Art of John Fu Chong. Read More

Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS : Interview with Kazuha Ikeda

December 16, 2019 |

KURIOS, Cirque du Soleil’s 35th production since 1984 will soon be opening its big top doors to Brisbane audiences. Read More