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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | June 6, 2020

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Summer Lives Here: ISC Fashion Launch

September 20, 2016 |

The most exciting time is upon us- Spring. With a change in season comes a shift in the fashion world. Read More

The Culprit Club – Launching a New Generation

July 13, 2016 |

The new generation is here to reveal a collection of artwork you’ll not want to miss.

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Morning Harvey, In The Evening – Smith Street Swap Meet Launch

May 3, 2015 |

If there was any mood-rock sound to base yourself on, The Verve would be a good start. Bit of reverb, limited vocal range playing in nicely with droning guitar harmonies, vocals opening metaphors of love lost, and the introspective adolescence of drifting through life with an extended lower lip.  Read More

All Shiny And New: The Foundry Launch

March 9, 2015 |

Rumour had long circulated about the multi-purpose space and creative hub developing in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley; the stripped out four walls and ceiling of an old backpacker’s hostel designed to channel an ever-growing stream of Brisbane musical talent into something distinctly palpable.
With an additional cunning title:
“Oh, ‘The Foundry?’ As in like, it makes things? Nice.”
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Two Young Creatives, One Emperor And A Mission To Solve Industry Problems

November 4, 2014 |

We all know the debacles that our industry is currently facing with a shortage of jobs. Now  maintaining creative integrity and originality presents itself as a regular obstacle that many graduates and industry professionals face.

Creative Drinks were lucky enough to attend the launch of a pair of experienced and opportunistic creative minds who begun Emperor,  a film, media, design and photography company which focuses on creating marketing solutions through design. Read More

Habitat Highlights Seasonal And Local Ingredients

October 11, 2014 |

Habitat at West End is a restaurant that prides itself on family and community values. With a kitchen that gives each member a voice and a commitment to sourcing local and seasonal ingredients, Habitat really does embrace all that its environment has to offer. Read More

Holy Holy’s ‘History’ Single Tour

October 4, 2014 |

Since Timothy Carroll and Oscar Dawson released their first single Impossible Like You last year, Holy Holy has been consistently wowing audiences with their large-scale, complex sound and attention to intricate details. Read More

The Belligerents’ Single Launch

September 24, 2014 |

After a few months of support shows, The Belligerents are back with their newest single I Don’t Want to Be in Your Arms, and an accompanying launch show at Black Bear Lodge. Read More

Katherine Rodrigues Is More Than Just A ‘Bombshell’

August 14, 2014 |

Ahead of her long-awaited launch of BLONDE by Bombshell this Sunday night at Sanctury Cove’s The Village Theatre, Katherine Rodrigues a much loved actress, performer, producer and self-proclaimed feminist will give a jaw-opening 90 minute showcase that will inspire your inner-performer.

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MKO’s ‘Puddles’ Single Launch

August 7, 2014 |

MKO (the performance moniker of Hannah Macklin and her band) is set to release a new single, “Puddles, and venture on an accompanying east coast tour. Read More

Helping Creative Ventures Connect With Investors

July 28, 2014 |

The deadline for the Queensland University of Technology’s annual Creative3 Pitch is this August and it could be your chance to propose an innovative creative business idea to invited investors including Australia’s only dedicated Creative Enterprise Fund.

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Wrap Up: Launch of Sartre Magazine

March 10, 2014 |

Lovely open-brick walls were beautifully decorated by art pieces created by Brisbane’s local talent at Creative Drinks’ first networking event of the year, held together with the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce. Read More

Avid Reader Launches “Downfall”

July 7, 2013 |

Downfall: How the Labor Party Ripped Itself Apart is Aaron Patrick’s unflinching account of the ethical bankruptcy at the heart of Labor’s woes.

It’s also a book with uncanny timing.  Between upcoming elections, buckets of parliamentary resignations and June’s Shakespearean … Read More