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Instagram is perhaps the only place where it’s acceptable to post photos of avocado toast every other day. However, it’s more than just a platform to flaunt yourself in millennial pink in. It’s also a platform that provides endless inspiration.
Happy Magâ€™s inaugural Needle in the Hay competition could give you the chance to have your music pressed onto 250 copies of vinyl, or win some great tech prizes.Â Happy have partnered up with Zenith Records, Audio-Technica, JBL, Young Henrys and …
If recent CV highlights were the key to shining a spotlight on our local creative success stories, Francesca de Valence would have a bagful to present- but itâ€™s not just the career achievements that caught our in eye in choosing to highlight this Brisbane singer-songwriter in our wintertime key features.
Ali Barter is an old-soul, and a woman enamoured by rock music because of its powerful expression.Â Melbourne-based and a tropical girl at heart, she has found herself and her people through her music, and has developed through travel and self-reflection.
Aspire Gallery is calling all talented artists for its Petite Pieces Art Competition, which will give its two winners room to showcase their work at either Aspire Gallery or Substation Gallery, in the opportunity to expose them to an array of interested buyers and the public.
This is a great opportunity to get your work known and on display at both these reputable galleries.
Envisioning what is the first noise absorbing acoustic panels for artists at cafes and restaurants, Black CanvasÂ is set to revolutionise the industry for art and culture in Brisbane.
After recognising the problem many artists, venues, employees and customers, have with noise, their ground breaking idea needs your help to come to fruition.
With only two days left to get behind this event, head over to their PozibleÂ page to donate.
Painted Prose invites 14 artists from Barcelona, Sydney, Brisbane and Paris to exhibit their visual interpretations of selected poems by Brent Bridgeford. Participating artist, Kellie Douglas of Faithlovemagic was so intimidated by the high standard of artwork she aims to redo her original piece entirely.
I’ve always been a big fan of our ever growing cultural scene, and this years Riverfire showed me just how amazing our city is. Last Saturday, while most of Brisbane where out-and-about, one of the most exciting bands out there filled the small, but intimate, space of the Valley’s iconic Tivoli Theatre with their sensual electro-rock beats. Yes, of course I’m talking about Bombay Bicycle Club.