what's on Archives - The Creative Issue - News for Creatives
Lockdown breeds creativity and innovation. By now, this much is clear. Our social media feeds are inundated with celebrities, artists and average joes finding new ways to connect and capitalise on being homebound. The QUIVR is a shining example.
Theatres and concert halls may be closed but opera continues to ring through the homes and hearts of Australians, uniting people through song during this time of isolation.
Isabel Wetten is the living definition of a boss babe. As the owner of The Bella Styling Co., founder of Rocket Girl Modelling and co-producer of Brisbane European Fashion Festival, we have to ask, is there anything Isabel can’t do? Oh, and of course she does it all in her heels and red lipstick too!
When the going gets tough humanity tends to turn to our great writers to lift us up. In an interview with The Paris Review E.B. White (essayist and author of Charlotte’s Web) reflected on the author’s role in society as one that “should tend to lift people up… Writers do not merely reflect and interpret life, they inform and shape it.”
If you’re missing your weekly hit of local markets, don’t fret! Because as of the 19th of April 2020, The Market Folk have created an online platform for you to shop and support local artisans, designers, and lovers of all things creative.
Food, food, and more food! To all the foodies — we hope you were at Bulimba Golf Club’s New Zealand Food and Wine Festival
Are you human? A lover of Netflix? Who isn’t! After obsessing over Netflix documentary Cheer, we interviewed Brisbane’s own cheersquad, The Brisbane Broncos Cheerleaders.