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Thursday 25 October 2012
Opinion

thoughts on the fat studies exhibit at the brisbane powerhouse

Sonya Krzywoszyja
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Last Thursday night was the Fat Stories launch at the Brisbane Powerhouse. It is a free exhibition being held in the Visy Theatre foyer and runs until November 5th. I had just arrived back from Melbourne that afternoon and was in a bit of a fluster trying to work out what to wear to the…
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Tuesday 23 October 2012
Culture Featured Uncategorised

interview: jeremy beasley, the voice of the rain

Zoya J. Patel
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Sometimes you need to get out of your comfort zones to see what’s really important in life. For Jeremy Beasley, spending 18 days with a Fijian family earlier this year meant deciding to use his photography skills to help build them a new home. A photographer by trade, Jeremy hails from Melbourne, where he runs…
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Monday 23 April 2012
Art Featured

exhibition: project 300

Josephine Mandarano
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“Lend a moment to your imagination and cast your mind back to your childhood, but replace your suburban surroundings with the Nepalese countryside. Where planned streets and roads are replaced by scarcely scattered buildings and rolling hills, with opportunities for schooling few and far between. Now that your mind has carried you there in thought,…
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Friday 13 January 2012
Art

artist profile: vera ada

Veronica Harland-Lee
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Véra Ada is a 22 year old linguistics graduate with a keen interest in photography and languages. Whilst the latter is the main focus of her career, she considers picture-making as her creative self. After picking up a point & shoot digital camera 5 years ago, she now works in multiple formats, including 35mm and…
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Tuesday 29 November 2011
Art

artist profile: maya hed

Veronica Harland-Lee
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Maya Hed was born and raised in Los Angeles and moved to Israel in the late 90s, where she studied at The Kiryat Ono College of Photography. Maya specializes in photography of the arts, focusing on music and fashion.  She enjoys taking portraits and seeks to create a sense of freedom and relaxation for the…
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Wednesday 31 August 2011
Art

art profile: mika ninagawa

Bianca Bozzi
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Dramatic, vivid, loud, beautiful… These words spring to mind when admiring the stand- out photography of Mika Ninagawa, with almost every colour in the rainbow making an appearance in many of her photos, along with daring and dramatic lashings of femininity. Ninagawa, born in 1972 in Tokyo, Japan, specialises in both portrait photography and still…
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Wednesday 10 November 2010
Art Arts Culture Featured Music

Australian Rock Chicks Take Centre Stage

Rebecca Howden
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  An inspiring new exhibition on display at the Arts Centre on St Kilda Rd takes a backstage look at the women who helped shape Australia’s music heritage. From the women of vaudeville, all-girl jazz groups and singers of the 30s and 40s, right through to contemporary artists such as Missy Higgins and Katy Steele,…
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Tuesday 13 November 2007
Uncategorised

go canberra girls!

Michelle
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For the first time in the history of CIT’s photography program, all third year students are women! Their final exhibition, Echo, will be held 28 November-5 December at the High Court of Australia. Also by CIT students is the Bachelor of Design (Fashion) final parade, to be held at the National Museum of Australia on…
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