Author: Chelsea Clark

Chelsea Clark is a third year journalism and communications student at the University of Queensland. Majoring in Digital Media, she has a strong interest in storytelling across various mediums including photography and video production. She has interned at a number of well known Brisbane organisations such as Brisbane Writer's Festival and Queensland Ballet. In her spare time she enjoys taking street and landscape photography and playing tennis.

Arts and the impact of Covid-19

Chelsea Clark- January 29, 2021

Chelsea Clark The University of Queensland Chelsea Clark produced a story on the Arts and the impact #COVID19 had on performers and organisations. Queensland Ballet ... Read More

The Hidden Cultural Hub of the South Burnett

Chelsea Clark- October 16, 2019

Wondai is one of the many small Queensland towns that has been left off the Google Street View trail for the last ten years. Google ... Read More

The Night Wondai Became the Centre of Australian Art

Chelsea Clark- October 10, 2019

On Friday the 4th of October, the Wondai community gathered to celebrate Australia's artistic talent as part of their 2019 Art Competition. Click here to ... Read More

Wondai Regional Art Gallery to showcase the artistic talent of the South Burnett  

Chelsea Clark- October 2, 2019

After a busy week of preparation, Wondai Regional Art Gallery will open its doors to the public on Friday for the launch of its annual ... Read More

Buskers of Brisbane

Chelsea Clark- November 29, 2018

A multimedia project by Chelsea Clark & Nibir Khan showcasing the stories of the performers that bring Brisbane to life. Click here to meet the ... Read More

QB Swan Lake- An evening of dance for all

Chelsea Clark- October 22, 2018

A night of ballet under the stars. It’s a concept that sounds enticing, maybe even a little foreign. But Queensland Ballet knows how to do ... Read More

Queensland Ballet-Ambitious and Dreaming Big

Chelsea Clark- September 9, 2018

For the longest time, Queensland Ballet was a small ballet company. They had 35 dancers and 60 staff members and were making around $2.4 million ... Read More