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It is true that art beckons us to think differently. To decipher between what we like and what we donâ€™t. To react and imagine what was happening inside the minds of creatives during their art making process.
The Brisbane Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) brings the excellence of Shakespearean inspired films in all genres to the big screen to prove Shakespeare is still relevant; he is the inspiration for countless contemporary films.
â€œâ€˜Jeutengâ€™ is a number game in the Philippines. Though illegal, it is popular especially among the poor. Millions of people depend on jueteng for their livelihood. It is so lucrative that the big jueteng operators are said to wield undue influence over politicians, the military, the police, and even the church.â€
Science is amazing.
The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art presented at GOMA is a flagship exhibition focused on the work of Asia, the Pacific and Australia. With live action performances, video, kinetic art, figurative paint and sculpture, these works explore culture, social and political ideas.
Renowned chef Josue “Josh” Lopez has a passion for using Australian native produce in his cooking. From being named Young Chef of the Year in 2010 for his work at Brisbane’s Two Small Rooms,Â working with Gordon Ramsay at Maze in …