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Trick or Treat? More from the Logan Writers.

Trick or Treat...More from the Logan Writers

Happy Halloween! Here are two more samples of works from Logan Writers for your reading pleasure. Keep an eye out for the Special Halloween podcast with a spooky reading by Mitchell Tierney.   ***   Halloween and the Day of the Dead – By Dallas Berge   The third time. […]

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Logan City Writers Explore Spiritual Celebrations and Halloween

Logan Writer's Halloween Special

We are lucky to be privy to such a diverse group of different voices and as no exception, the Logan City Writers have agreed to submit a few words of their own in a group exploration into Spiritual Celebrations and Halloween. Keep your eyes peeled over the next few days […]

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Spiritual celebration, culture and mortality.

Halloween, Spiritual celebration, Culture, Skull

With the commercialism of cultural and religious traditions, it is easy to be dismissive of them. But October is the perfect month to stop and consider how lucky we are to have a melding pot of different spiritual, religious and cultural elements to enrich our perspectives of the world. Generations […]

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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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Pop Culture: Videogame Dreamscapes

Steve Kimber feature post

One of the most important values that arts culture has, is the ability to create subcultures of like-minded people. Since its beginnings in the 80s, the Comic Con and Cosplay subcultures spawned from the comic books of the previous decades, have become an influential movement, giving rise to multi-million dollar […]

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