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Mid-Week Culture with Mark Davey and Rob Andrews

As an artist, Rob Andrews’ creative mindset is one of growth and experimentation. He works in several ways often reinventing past work or expanding it to offer depth to different concepts and themes. His work ranges from mixed media drawings to abstract paintings and sculptural assemblages. Rob invites his audience […]

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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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Wayne Budge Photographer Extraordinaire

Wayne is a local, creative photographer who has spent much of his life time developing his skills behind the lens. His love of connecting people through photographing landscapes was first inspired by his travels to Hong Kong and China at 28, and he has since photographed the parts of the […]

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Fringe February

We’ve hit the ground running this year and there is already so much exciting stuff going on out there, and behind the scenes here. We’ve been madly curating the first few months of exciting features for you, talking to some mad artists, setting up creative challenges and tying it all together […]

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