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Midweek Culture Fix with Logan Artist Peta Thompson

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Simple, yet thought provoking and expressive designs are a common theme in Peta Thompson’s creative work. Her art explores personal narratives, combining prose with symbolic images, abstract work and portraiture. Narratives that are clearly influenced by her work in the community as an art therapist, and teacher. Peta’s work invites […]

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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 […]

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Sam Randall on Using Art to Explore Life Stories

Sam Randall employs the use of colour, detail and layering to portray fierce images that invoke a feeling of connection, whilst portraying universal narratives. The intensity of her colours are often juxtaposed by dark backgrounds, lending weight to the foreground, but also giving us the sense that there is always […]

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Artworks by Mirree use indigenous culture to invoke universal understanding

It is easy to recognise the dotted patterns of Aboriginal art as we know it today. The style was born out of the Aboriginal Art movement, which began in the community of Papunya, slightly north-west of Alice Springs. Here a group of Aborigines assimilated from the desert were led by […]

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Art tells the story of different cultures

Logan’s multicultural narrative is one of misunderstanding and prejudice, leading to an underlying culture of fear and fragmentation. But the expressive, social and participatory nature of arts culture means that it is one of the most effective tools in challenging these fears and examining our behaviours and values. By exploring […]

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