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Interview: Jacob Williams from the Melbourne Puppetry Festival

June 26, 2015 |

Melbourne’s puppeteers are getting ready for the Melbourne Puppetry Festival. The July festival contains eleven shows, carefully curated, by La Mama theatre and Lemony S Puppet theatre. The Creative Issue sat down with Jacob Williams, from Lemony S Puppet theatre, to discuss what we can … Read More

Review: Sun Kil Moon – Universal Themes

June 25, 2015 |

After the surprise success of 2012’s Benji, Sun Kil Moon has returned with an album that doubles down on all its predecessor’s idiosyncrasies. With Universal Themes songwriter Mark Kozelek stretches eight hypnotic songs across an hour, packing them with exhaustive amounts of detail about everything from mortality to where he parked on a given day. Read More

Review: MTC’s North by Northwest

June 24, 2015 |

Have you ever seen a preview for a sequel or live action production of a film and thought to yourself for a brief second…’but how?’ A stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 film North by Northwest could most certainly raise that question.

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Queen Victoria Winter Night Market Melbourne

June 23, 2015 |

A Melbourne winter can be confusing. Rain, hail or shine, the Queen Victoria Winter Night Market has got it down pat. All about celebrating some of Melbourne’s most talented artists and performers as well as Melbourne’s diverse and delicious tastes, the winter market is the place to be Wednesday evenings. Read More

Absurdity and Empathy: The Films of Don Hertzfeldt

June 22, 2015 |

A stick figure on a piece of white paper opens up a surrealist world of violence, chaos and compassion in the films of Don Hertzfeldt. An artist who makes truly unique films, Hertzfeldt occupies an appropriately singular place in pop culture. Read More

Review: Amy

June 21, 2015 |

From director Asif Kapadia (Senna, The Warrior) comes the most comprehensive documentary on the late singer Amy Winehouse to date. Read More

Interview: Creativity with Sarah Darmody

June 20, 2015 |

In preparation for her class on How To Be Creative at The School of Life, we sat down with the very talented Sarah Darmody to discuss her thoughts on all things creative. Read More

An Interview with Melbourne Folk local, Anna Cordell

June 19, 2015 |

Melbournian Folk singer Anna Cordell is three weeks into a month-long residency at the Grace Darling Hotel. The Creative Issue speaks to her about nostalgia, not being a storyteller, and her family tree.

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Calamvale Carnival

June 16, 2015 |

In 2013 the carnival attracted an estimated 20,000 attendees throughout the day. They won the Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Community Event of the Year at the 2014 Brisbane City Council Australia Day Awards? So which event was this I hear you ask, the Calamvale … Read More

Somewhere in the City

June 15, 2015 |

Somewhere in the City exhibition opened at Arts Project Australia in Northcote, Melbourne on the warm afternoon of Saturday 13th of June.  A gallery that supports and promotes the work of artists with intellectual disabilities, advocating for their inclusion in contemporary practice, Arts Project Australia hosted a packed out gallery of old and new friends who came along to the opening.

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The History of Tiffany & Co

June 13, 2015 |

Throughout the years Tiffany & Co has embodied the essence of a New York lifestyle, through its intricate and luxurious jewellery designs. Tiffany & Co has always remained a timeless symbol of elegance and refinement. Through the era of new … Read More

Ryan Gander: READ ONLY

June 12, 2015 |

Renowned British artist Ryan Gander was in Melbourne for the opening of his exhibition READ ONLY, which opened at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art on Wednesday 3rd June.

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HOWQUA Interview

June 12, 2015 |

There’s some dreamy guitar pop that’s killing it at the moment in Australia, but one artist that shines through with his rawness and vulnerability is HOWQUA, known as Ben Campain to his mum. His EP “Naked” was co-produced with … Read More

For Ceramics in Melbourne, Meet Rara Studio

June 11, 2015 |

On the hunt for petite and unique additions for your home? Look no further than the friendly folk at Rara Studio.
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