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Artist Hive – An Interview

March 20, 2013 |

You may have heard us drop the name, “Artist Hive” by now. You may also know that this hive of artists is showcasing their work at our event tomorrow night. What you may not know, is exactly who they are, … Read More

Four of the Best Storytelling Podcasts

March 18, 2013 |

When you’re finding it hard to make time to read, you can still keep your head packed full of great stories by listening to these podcasts.

1. This American Life.

This American Life is one of the most popular story-telling … Read More

iPhotography.

March 16, 2013 |

I’m presuming you have an iPhone or equivalent, meaning you probably have a camera in your pocket. A camera is a camera and you should get the best use of it! I have put together a list of things I … Read More

Bach is back, alright!

March 14, 2013 |

From boy band reunions to Dallas remakes, 2013 is shaping up to be the year where everything old is new again.

If you want to discover something new (that’s actually isn’t), I have a red hot tip for you: it’s … Read More

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“Crush City” Crush

March 11, 2013 |

Let me introduce you to Crush City, the one-stop shop for all artists and writers with a love for street art.

It’s also one of the treasured sponsors for our next event at Barsoma on March 21st, “Art with Attitude”. … Read More

We’ve been busy in Brisbane!

March 11, 2013 |

Last week marked a big week for performing arts; here’s our quick recap of what you may have missed…

2012 Matilda Awards

On Monday night (4th March), QUT’s Garden Theatre hosted the 2012 Matilda Awards. It was a night of … Read More

Creative Drinks March Event: Art with Attitude

March 11, 2013 |

 

Is it already event time again? YES IT IS!

This month Creative Drinks brings you a night of visual art displayed on the brick walls of Barsoma, in Fortitude Valley.  We’re not talking about landscapes; vases or fruit … Read More

Finding that Melbourne Vibe

March 10, 2013 |

If you’ve ever spent much time in Melbourne, you’ll know what I mean when I speak of that Melbourne vibe. It changes by the season and the day of the week but regardless of the weather or day there are … Read More

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The Gallery Hop – QUT’s Art Museum

March 9, 2013 |

When I can, I’ll be your eyes and scan our local galleries for some beautiful work. I popped into QUT’s Art Museum to get a look at the two exhibits that are about to come to an end and here’s … Read More

Time to Act FAST

March 8, 2013 |

Applications for the 2013 Festival of Australian Student Theatre (FAST) are now open for student theatre companies wishing to take part in this exciting national event.

The festival is supported by La Boite and QUT Creative Industries. Now in its … Read More

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Woe to us, the uncultured!

March 7, 2013 |

Oh, to be a cultured human! To stroll through the art galleries of Brisbane and stare. Just stare and stare until you feel completely absorbed in the work. The art transforms before your eyes and you capture every hint, nuance … Read More

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Lost Movements came to say hello!

March 5, 2013 |

Lincoln Savage and Lexi Pilon are co-founders of Brisbane’s artist-run initiative, Lost Movements. They came in to chat with us last week about some of their latest opportunities in the sphere of Brisbane live art.

The idea behind the whole … Read More

Matilda Awards Brisbane’s Best

March 2, 2013 |

Although Hollywood may have said farewell to yet another glitzy awards season, Brisbane is just getting started.

On Monday, south-east Queensland’s performing arts community will converge on the Gardens Theatre to honour our local theatre stars at the annual Matilda … Read More

Concert Photography

March 1, 2013 |

Photographing live music is better than most things.

As a “memory preserver” I was once that annoying person who wastes time watching the whole concert behind the screen of a compact digital, iPhone screen or now, iPad. Or I … Read More