AboutVanessa Murillo Vargas, Author at The Creative Issue
10 years ago, Brisbane’s city streets where untouched, hardly filled with art. That all changed when public spaces became available for artists to dabble and play with following street art revival all over the world.
Today these streets are threatened by a lack of public space, perhaps due to the privatisation of many public spaces and the city councilâ€™s mission to paint over pieces of art.Â So it begs the question, does Brisbane have a problem with graffiti?
Ever thought about how you could lead a design project into fruition and wondered how others do it?Â Then maybe you need some extra inspiration and tips to make those creative ideas flourish.
Brisbane will be holding another installment of the Sex, Drugs and HelveticaÂ conference, and much to its names dismay, the conference is serious about tackling all those queries that tickle us and begs to ask the big question- how do we make it in the creative business?
For long now humans have united at the act of slugging down a pint of beer at the local inn, and with that thought in mind, naturally our taste for the finer things in life have drawn into line our demands for tastier brews.
Welcome to the world of outsourcing. Not just any type of outsourcing but creative outsourcing. Need a logo design in 24 hours? Need a catchy tune for your advertisement? Have to write 500 words for an article within a deadline?
Ahead of her long-awaited launch of BLONDE by Bombshell this Sunday night at Sanctury Cove’s The Village Theatre, Katherine Rodrigues a much loved actress, performer, producer and self-proclaimed feminist will give a jaw-opening 90 minute showcase that will inspire your inner-performer.
Brisbanites this coming Ekka Wednesday the ‘peoples day’ holiday, instead of joining all the crowds down to the Ekka show why not escape them and head to picturesque Kangaroo Point for Winterfest. Have a seat, relax and sip on your spiced rum or mulled wine while you listen to some great music all while watching the sunset.
Screen Australia the publicly-funded agency that supports our television and film industry has announced the first of its $5 million dollars in savings following May’s hefty $38 million dollar federal budget cuts to the industry in the next four years.
The 2014 Brisbane Experimental Art Festival will open its doors this Saturday the 9th of August at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts. This free event will showcase Brisbane’s best and most emergent artists, as they come together in a night of exhibition that explores experimental pieces of artÂ developed here in our grand city.
Being heralded as nothing weâ€™ve ever seen before, So You Think You Can Dance choreographer, independent dance producer and innovative entrepreneur Paul Malekâ€™s dance production Underground is coming to Brisbane.
The Oxford dictionary defines a creative person as being in the production of artistic work. If you are the artist, architect, designer, philosopher, magician,Â sleuth, or adventurer, then you are the new creative.
The deadline for the Queensland University of Technologyâ€™s annual Creative3 PitchÂ is this August and it could be your chance to propose an innovative creative business idea to invited investors including Australiaâ€™s only dedicated Creative Enterprise Fund.
‘Hot desking’ has become somewhat of a popular trend that the creative industries seem to have warmed up to. It’s the concept of sharing office space with other creative industry professionals and businesses, not only can it improve creativity and production it can also put you ahead of your competitors.