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Get ready for a live Q&A with artist Elysha Rei!

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Weaving intricate patterns, Asian design elements and symbolism into contemporary settings and public spaces, Elysha Rei’s work explores her own mixed heritage, and in doing so, invites others to contemplate their own cultural identities and attachments to familiar and unfamiliar places. While her exploration of her Japanese-Australian culture varies across […]

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Joanne Braddy – Removing the Stigma Around Mental Illness

Joanne Braddy Visual Artist and Sculptor

As a writer I understand the courage it takes to lay yourself bare on the page with words and it is no different with the world of visual art. Joanne Braddy’s strength and determination shines through her works as she pushes herself to paint from within. Her paintings, drawings 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 […]

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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 […]

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