queensland Archives - Page 6 of 8 - The Creative Issue - News for Creatives
Â Since 2007, QMF’s Score IT! has encouraged the next generation of composers to step into the spotlight, offering the choice of several short films from Griffith Film School for accompaniment with an instrumental score.
Eight years have seen ongoing …
As we welcome a new year, we reflect on the great events for creative’s that opened many doors for us in the year that went.
With new beginnings comes new adventures and Screen Queensland is giving you that opportunity to open your door by welcoming applications for its Screen Culture funding program 2015-16.
Spring has sprung and Summer is just around the corner, which means now is the time to pack your beach bag with these essential beauty buys for your next trip to Noosa, the GC or Byron. Avoid pasty-gone-pink for beautifully bronzed with our favourite picks to prepare and protect your skin for the sun, surf and sand.
Ahhh, Riverfire- a quintessential celebration of Brisvegan solidarity as well as a sparkly visual display of well-spent tax payer money. Where would we as a city be without the explosive night that is Riverfire?
The 2014 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers is expected to be a vibrant and delightful celebration for locals and visitors.
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.
The 2014 Brisbane Experimental Art Festival will open its doors this Saturday the 9th of August at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts. This free event will showcase Brisbane’s best and most emergent artists, as they come together in a night of exhibition that explores experimental pieces of artÂ developed here in our grand city.
Being heralded as nothing weâ€™ve ever seen before, So You Think You Can Dance choreographer, independent dance producer and innovative entrepreneur Paul Malekâ€™s dance production Underground is coming to Brisbane.
‘Hot desking’ has become somewhat of a popular trend that the creative industries seem to have warmed up to. It’s the concept of sharing office space with other creative industry professionals and businesses, not only can it improve creativity and production it can also put you ahead of your competitors.