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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | October 20, 2019

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Dizzy Little Dotty

June 20, 2013 |

For all those out there who love quirky, arty, and fanciful things – this is the girl for you. Lauren Carney is an artist, freelance illustrator, designer, trendsetter and Brisbanite.

Deciding art was her passion in high school, Lauren’s work … Read More

Eat

Alfredo’s Pizzeria Fires Up The Oven

June 18, 2013 |

To say I love pizza would be an understatement. It is the greatest thing to happen to my life. Pizza (Hut) gave me my first job, my first car and even my first love. So when I say that … Read More

An Abundance of Nibbles!

June 18, 2013 |

It was yet another rainy day in Brisbane. I had nothing much to do, but was going a little stir crazy after spending the previous week locked inside. Along with my housemate, I forced myself out of bed and decided … Read More

The Possibilities Of Crowdfunding

June 17, 2013 |

There are some harsh facts that I’ve recently learned about the world: I will always drop toast butter side down, Hogwarts doesn’t exist and none of my Facebook friends actually remember my birthday. However the … Read More

Food Photo Frenzy

June 16, 2013 |

Photographing your food is massive in the Instagram world, with at least one food photo popping up on your daily Insta news. It’s almost as big as the selfie. If only food could take a photo of itself – that’d … Read More

Celebrating the Winter Solstice in Brisbane

June 15, 2013 |

Winter is coming! Or at least, the winter solstice is.

While those in the north will be dancing around Stonehenge to celebrate the pagan gods, the 21st of June marks the shortest day of the year … Read More

World Press Photo – Brisbane Powerhouse

June 14, 2013 |

One of the world’s most prestigious exhibitions, attracting over three million people each year in over one hundred locations, World Press Photo is back in Brisbane for its sixth year running.

The World Press Photo exhibition features profiles of … Read More

“Quilts 1700-1945” at GOMA

June 14, 2013 |

Have you ever taken the time to study the details on the old quilt your great grandmother made 70 years ago? The Gallery of Modern Art has taken a particular interest in the art, culture and history of quilt … Read More

Hola – Spanish Film Festival Brisbane

June 12, 2013 |

Hola! The Spanish Film Festival is back in Brisbane for its 16th year and I hope you’re ready!

Last Thursday a friend and I got to go along to the media launch of the Spanish Film Festival. We arrived … Read More

Production Days and Murphy’s Law

June 10, 2013 |

Oh Murphy. “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong,” you say? There I am, spending as much time trying my best to prove you wrong, but still. You’re always right. When it comes down to it, no matter how … Read More

The Corner of Alfred & Constance Street

June 9, 2013 |

I love food, and I love big servings of food. There is absolutely nothing worse than spending an exorbitant amount on a meal that takes up a quarter of your plate, no matter how good that teensy morsel is. Luckily, … Read More

Chilliwow Opens in Brisbane

June 7, 2013 |

Please welcome the newest contender to Brisbane’s Mexican food wrestling match! Competing against some already established names, this bright young upstart has what it takes to shake up the game. Quite literally too, they have shaker fries!

It seems that … Read More

Friday Night Laneways – Jazz Vibe

June 7, 2013 |

Still haven’t worked out what to do this weekend? Wonder no more. Why not get involved in the Friday Night Laneways experience?

Soak up some of Brisbane’s culture and energy by heading to Market Street for a mini-jazz festival … Read More

Through my eyes: The Lifeline Bookfest

June 7, 2013 |

Walking into the Brisbane Convention Center, breathing in the smell of literature and gazing upon hundreds of thousands of books is not an outing that everyone will appreciate. However, if you’re a lover fiction, non-fiction, science fiction and every … Read More