Art Archives - The Creative Issue - News for Creatives
From Saturday, January 30, Brisbane residents will see the Valley’s Institute of Modern Art (IMA) come alive with a brand-new contemporary art exhibition. On Fire: Climate and Crisis will focus on the recent Black Summer of 2019-2020 and the impacts of this tragedy.
Erik Griswold will be performing the world premiere of ‘Wallpaper Music 4’ as a part of Brisbane Festival. We spoke with Erik about his life as a composer and the inspiration behind his latest work.
Brisbane based mixed media abstract artist, Taneal Teresa, is on a mission to use her art to support causes she believes in.
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.
Still thinking about starting that creative project? There is no time like the present. And Lauren Adorni-Braccesi spoke with us about the organic and fun process of starting her creative project, Lauren Makes.
The Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) is giving local artists the chance to sell their work through an online market from May 15 to May 31.
QAGOMA Market Coordinator Katie Themor said it’s a wonderful opportunity to support …
Theatres and concert halls may be closed but opera continues to ring through the homes and hearts of Australians, uniting people through song during this time of isolation.
If you’re missing your weekly hit of local markets, don’t fret! Because as of the 19th of April 2020, The Market Folk have created an online platform for you to shop and support local artisans, designers, and lovers of all things creative.
We’re heading into our umpteenth week of self isolation. I’ve lost track of the days, I’ve put on 4 kilos, and I’ve forgotten how to maintain eye contact with the woman at the bottle shop. And I know I’m not alone.