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Brisbane based mixed media abstract artist, Taneal Teresa, is on a mission to use her art to support causes she believes in.
With festivals, concerts and gigs being cancelled indefinitely, the entertainment industry is going through one of its toughest times due to COVID-19.
KURIOS, Cirque du Soleil’s 35th production since 1984 will soon be opening its big top doors to Brisbane audiences.
Part of Oz Comic Con’s guest line-up is a variety of local comic artists and illustrators. It was great to hear from Tristan Jones (moniker T-Rex), who has written for works such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and illustrated for Aliens.
Let me preface this by saying: when you are used to seeing your live performances in inner-city Brisbane, such as Fortitude Valley, Riverstage or Southbank, having to go all the way out to Eatons Hill is a hell of a trek. Let me also say: Golden Features made it oh so worth it.
“A show for the warriors of love, the ragtag-hearted heroes, the beautiful, the brave, the healed and the crushed,” Emma Dean smiled at the audience spread before her in an array of beanbags. Most comfortable show ever? I’ll vouch for that.
Australian visual artist, Amanda Parer, challenges the notion of scale through her enchanting pieces that explore theÂ environment and the role of human beings in it. Amandaâ€™s work often takes form as a painting, a sculpture or a public installation.
Amy Constable is an old soul with fresh eyes. Having an undeniable artistic talent, a passion for creation, and an understanding of traditional letterpress machinery, Ms. Constable set out to renegotiate the boundaries and expectation of letterpress in the 21st century.