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Flash Interview: Kate Leopold

Welcome to our next Flash Feature with Gold Coast musician Kate Leopold of Leopold’s Treat! Ali caught up with her after she wooed the audience with her lyrical acoustic set at NightQuarter last Saturday night. Kate will be back at NightQuarter again this Friday with the whole band and we recommend you jump on down and […]

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Kat Kilburn on How Nature has Influenced her Designs

Katherine Kilburn’s illustrative designs bring to life our natural environment with thought-provoking poignancy. Her works blend images from nature with repetition of patterns and lines, vibrant colours and fluid typography. Her patterns and shapes within and around her designs are inspired by the complexity of life. These intricate details a reflection of her passion to […]

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Tree:Mails Scenic Rim: by Alinta Krauth

Tree:mails: Scenic Rim is an interactive new media artwork that allows users to strike up conversations with trees via email. Housed online as an interactive map that will be available at the end of 2016, the project was inspired by Melbourne City council’s emails for trees that allow users to report issues with trees on […]

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Art, Science and the Environment: How do they overlap?

The arts’ love affair with the realms of scientific discovery go back centuries to the days of Leonardo Da Vinci, where his methods of scientific theorising influenced by the arts, in particular painting, led to his uniquely holistic view of science, making him a pioneer in his time. Likewise, 16th century Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer’s […]

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Neo-Expressionism with Kristian Williams

Adam Buchanan is a Social Researcher and Community Worker, a musician, an artist and an all round champion. He is passionate about Animal Welfare, Arts and Culture, Education, Environment, Human Rights, Politics, Health and Social Services amongst other things. This month he visited Brisbane’s REDSEA Gallery and has been kind enough to give us his impressions […]

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