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ANJA | A Photo Essay by Lilli May Waters.

Even for the most creative amongst us, inspiration seems to dry up once in a while. It might happen after finishing up a long-term project, or maybe when too much is going on in other parts of our lives. Either

ANJA | A Photo Essay by Lilli May Waters.

Even for the most creative amongst us, inspiration seems to dry up once in a while. It might happen after finishing up a long-term project, or maybe when too much is going on in other parts of our lives. Either

Interview · Justine Muller · Visual Artist

Two things come up when googling Justine Muller: First is that she is one of Australia’s young promising artists with two of her drawings becoming finalists for the Dobell Prize (the drawing equivalent of the Archibald). The second is that

Interview · Justine Muller · Visual Artist

Two things come up when googling Justine Muller: First is that she is one of Australia’s young promising artists with two of her drawings becoming finalists for the Dobell Prize (the drawing equivalent of the Archibald). The second is that

Interiors // Paintings by Rachel MILNE.

A messy house won’t be everyone’s cup of tea but it certainly gets this painter’s inspiration flowing. Described as a “very slow Instagram”, Rachel’s oils make the ordinary shine. They capture a still moment in the chaos of our messy, busy, private,

Interiors // Paintings by Rachel MILNE.

A messy house won’t be everyone’s cup of tea but it certainly gets this painter’s inspiration flowing. Described as a “very slow Instagram”, Rachel’s oils make the ordinary shine. They capture a still moment in the chaos of our messy, busy, private,

The Distance From Here // A photo essay by Belqis YOUSSOFZAY.

Australia’s recent history as a country is partly founded on the notion of nothing-ness, a Terra Nullius free to be claimed and settled, but of course, had the English paid attention or more accurately, chose not to turn a blind

The Distance From Here // A photo essay by Belqis YOUSSOFZAY.

Australia’s recent history as a country is partly founded on the notion of nothing-ness, a Terra Nullius free to be claimed and settled, but of course, had the English paid attention or more accurately, chose not to turn a blind

BEATIFIED FROM BELOW // new artworks by ERIN CURRIER.

The 1st of November is All Saints’ Day, a day marked by the catholic church to honour all saints and in particular, those who do not have their own calendar day. I must admit the whole thing had gone right

BEATIFIED FROM BELOW // new artworks by ERIN CURRIER.

The 1st of November is All Saints’ Day, a day marked by the catholic church to honour all saints and in particular, those who do not have their own calendar day. I must admit the whole thing had gone right

ALOUD. presents ALISHA HINDS ILLUSTRATIONS // NEWCASTLE, Australia.

When seeing this work, you might not guess that these China Dolls and Geishas are the labour of love of a fellow Novocastrian. While even the artist can not quite put the finger on the origins of this Oriental love

ALOUD. presents ALISHA HINDS ILLUSTRATIONS // NEWCASTLE, Australia.

When seeing this work, you might not guess that these China Dolls and Geishas are the labour of love of a fellow Novocastrian. While even the artist can not quite put the finger on the origins of this Oriental love

Opening // A CAUTIONARY TALE // CURVE Gallery, Newcastle.

“A Cautionary Tale” – an artistic collaboration between Geraldine Searles and Marlies Pekarek. Ailing from radical and free-thinking Byron Bay, Geraldine Searles made Newcastle her home 8 years ago, despite having “trouble finding her tribe and fitting in artistically and

Opening // A CAUTIONARY TALE // CURVE Gallery, Newcastle.

“A Cautionary Tale” – an artistic collaboration between Geraldine Searles and Marlies Pekarek. Ailing from radical and free-thinking Byron Bay, Geraldine Searles made Newcastle her home 8 years ago, despite having “trouble finding her tribe and fitting in artistically and