THE ARTS Archives - Page 3 of 90 - The Creative Issue - News for Creatives
The Arts is our first love.
As the Westerly winds howled on Saturday night, I curled up on the couch with a handful of hot chips and waited for the AFCM livestream to begin.
Audiences tuned in for the latest instalment of Alex Raineri’s Brisbane Music Festival livestream series on Saturday night, and were delighted.
We had a chat with composers Tom Thum and Gordon Hamilton on their process, inspirations, and releasing their first EP.
The long wait for live music is over and Queensland Symphony Orchestra, together with beatbox artist Tom Thum, are ready to reconnect with audiences.
Waiting for Harry Wall outside the café in West End it is his own ‘Lavender’ merch he is sporting that gives him away. Over coffee we discuss the inspirations that drove Harry from his hometown of Airlie Beach to Brisbane, how he connects to his music and the continuing evolution of his work.
The Australian Festival of Chamber Music has announced a three-day online festival, Festival Prelude, from 7-9 August, to keep the chamber music flowing.
Brisbane based mixed media abstract artist, Taneal Teresa, is on a mission to use her art to support causes she believes in.
QSO’s Principal Double Bass, Phoebe Russell, has taken her teaching to a global scale. Phoebe has been presenting double bass masterclasses via Zoom, for more than 200 participants from all over the world.
Brisbane Baroque Players will return to the stage for a special socially-distanced concert on Sunday 12 July, featuring works by Georg Philipp Telemann.
Lockdown breeds creativity and innovation. By now, this much is clear. Our social media feeds are inundated with celebrities, artists and average joes finding new ways to connect and capitalise on being homebound. The QUIVR is a shining example.
How are arts companies enduring their prolonged closures and performances restrictions? We asked Patrick Nolan to fill us in.