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

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Foodie heaven at Regional Flavours

July 23, 2013 |

The weekend saw South Bank transform into a foodie’s paradise as Little Stanley street was graced with cheap and tasty eats, cooking presentations and quality wines and beers; in other words – the perfect weekend.

This year’s Regional Flavours was … Read More

Echotide at SANS VOX

July 19, 2013 |

As the name suggests, SANS VOX is a strictly instrumental mini-festival. Without singers, bands are free to let their guitars, bass and drums (not to mention those banks of delicious reverb) do the talking.

The lineup this year is … Read More

More than one direction: The Tertiary Studies Expo

July 19, 2013 |

Are you currently studying but not sure what career path to take? Perhaps you are looking to change careers entirely? Or maybe you are just stuck in a rut and need some direction? Well, don’t stress because you are … Read More

The Valley Multicultural Festival

July 19, 2013 |

For your shot of culture this weekend check out the Multicultural Festival which will be lighting up Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley this Saturday 20 July for the very first time. The free festival spans over 9 hours from 1-10pm, and is … Read More

Regional Flavours 2013

July 17, 2013 |

This weekend South Bank will be home to the wonderfully delicious world of Regional Flavours – think food, food and MORE FOOD!

I talk to Creative Brisbane Marketing Manager, Lyndal Hall to find out all the juicy goodness on offer.

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Red Deer Music and Arts Festival

July 17, 2013 |

Making its debut in 2010, Red Deer Festival is still just baby on the festival scene and is Brisbane’s only BYO music and arts camping festival. The festival organisers are committed to providing an array of top quality music, … Read More

Elevation: a RAW:natural born artists event

July 16, 2013 |

Have you ever been to a circus? Cirque du Soleil? Or maybe your run-of-the-mill, traditional Russian circus with lions and ponies and hula hoops ablaze? If you haven’t, it’s not a problem. I made the Russian one sound kind of … Read More

Archive Beer Boutique presents Beer Week 2013

July 15, 2013 |

One of Brisbane’s favourite beer boutiques, Archive in West End is holding a series of flavoursome events to celebrate Beer Week 2013. That’s right, from 13 – 21 July, the fine people of Queensland are encouraged to commemorate everything from … Read More

The Resurrection of Whitley

July 12, 2013 |

After being missing in action for the past few years, folky pop artist Whitley aka Lawrence Greenwood, has returned for the Even The Stars are a Mess tour. The highly anticipated new album from the Melbourne-based singer songwriter follows … Read More

QWC Pleased to Meet You: Creating Compelling Characters Workshop

July 11, 2013 |

Ever been confused as to what your character is all about?

Felt like your characters didn’t have the substance to drive your story?

Or have you read back over your writing and found … Read More

A Splendour Survival Guide

July 11, 2013 |

In the lead up to any festival, there is one thing that is of the utmost importance, preparation. We’ve all heard it before, usually throughout uni, “fail to prepare and you prepare to fail”. This is one the only … Read More

Show Me Yours, I’ll Show You Mine

July 10, 2013 |

An innovative and engaging work, Show Me Yours, I’ll Show You Mine, opens tonight at La Boite Theatre.

One of the six La Boite Indie productions this year, the play takes a candid look at the … Read More

Teneriffe Festivals Brings Brisbane Riverside To Life

July 9, 2013 |

30,000 Brisbane locals were expected to descended upon Teneriffe to celebrate the fourth annual Teneriffe Festival on Saturday July 6. 

Come, they did.

On an unseasonably warm winter’s day, the streets of this picturesque riverside suburb were transformed into a … Read More

Moose and Gibson cafe – Woolloongabba

July 9, 2013 |

The first time I came across Moose and Gibson was the rainy public holiday of The Queen’s Birthday. After wandering around the industrial backstreets of Woolloongabba, in a desperate search of dry land and hot coffee, Moose and Gibson … Read More