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The Creative Issue spoke to Pandamic’s Joe Scriha ahead of their spot in this year’s BIGSOUND.
The Creative Issue recently had a chat to Brisbaneâ€™s very own Hannah Macklin (MKO Sun) about the Queensland Music Festival and her new band Bastard Amber.
Victoria Carless is an established Brisbane playwright and is now entering the Young Adult genre. Her debut novel The Dream Walker is available now. The Creative Issue went along to her launch party at Avid Reader Bookshop in West End for her conversation with publisher Kate Stephens from Hachette.
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Growing up with hip hop running through her veins, it is no surprise thatÂ Blaq Carrie (BC), Brisbaneâ€™s own emerging rap artist, would be absolutely killing it in the music industry. This week BC discussed her new release ‘Lemme Ride’ with TCI.
This November the Brisbane Powerhouse will become home to your deepest fantasies and delights, intoxicating thoughts, and pure creative wonders. Step down the rabbit hole, andÂ welcome to the debaucherous end-of-year carnival, Wonderland.Â
The month of November is officially upon us nowâ€¦ so does this mean that we can finally start getting excited for Christmas, or at least begin thinking about it? Taking that as a completeÂ â€œYES”, we have combined a list of some funky and creative locations to check out, in the hope thatÂ you’llÂ pick up some wonderful Christmas treasures!
â€œItâ€™s time to realise that we canâ€™t keep waiting for others to say something, do something, or fix something in our communities. It starts with me, it starts with you. I am the revolution, you are the revolution, we are the revolution.â€
MeetÂ the young artist behind the pen and paper of Brisbane’s latest fashion illustrations. Capturing style and fashionÂ one drawingÂ at a time, The Creative IssueÂ would like to introduce you to the wonderful and talented: Eugenie Zhan.
You do not speak, you listen. You sit quietly in a dark small room, and in just forty-five minutes you are delivered 621 worldly opinions from one woman, Emma Hall. With this; you are shocked, brought to tears, laughing, and all the while you’re thinking; because some day you may to have to choose.Â
In a field where spring has announced its arrival, you run free with your hair loose and your bare feet touching the earth. You feel your dress blowing in the wind, and you smile and look down at the bohemian gown your body is enwrapped in. This is the essence of Chelsea-May.
As creatives, our work is an expression of ourselves; our thoughts and feelings become a part of a picture, a design, a song or dance. There is something extraordinary about Brisbaneâ€™s creatives, and nothing showcases these artistic individuals better than RAW.