Category: Art

Hedda Project cements itself as indispensable experience for students

Matthew Johnson- November 26, 2018

The Hedda Project was one of the strands that made up the inaugural Vanguard Theatre Festival, from October 24th to October 26th this year at ... 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

Better Call Saul is Back

Will Atkins- August 28, 2018

In the first episode of Season 4, everything’s not all good man. Last time we visited the McGill brothers, Chuck and Jimmy were estranged after ... Read More

A Community of Colour: The meaning behind the street art in Depok

Jacqueline Pon- April 8, 2018

Just off the chaotic main street of Margonda in Depok City, and a far cry from the throttling tuk-tuks and endless traffic jams, there lives a ... Read More

Mirror mirror on the wall: the Sheesh Mahal is the fairest of them all

Nazlee Salami- September 25, 2017

In the 16th century, the general of Akbar, Maan Singh, built a fort around a city which he later ruled. The city became named Amer. ... Read More

The Cracks in ‘Gem City’

Maegan Gillespie- September 25, 2017

The scams that undermine Jaipur's gem production trade. How local street sellers use the popularity of Rajasthani gems in an attempt to exploit tourists. (more…) Read More

The Amber Fort of Marble

Claire Norton- September 25, 2017

If you look up towards the hilly mountain tops in Jaipur, you will stumble across the winding, great walls that lead to Amer Fort.   Read More

The Queen Artivists of Jakarta

Amani Vassiliou- May 7, 2017

https://soundcloud.com/amaniv/the-power-in-artivism In October 2015, two fearless female artists at the forefront of a new movement in the DIY arts ‘n’ crafts communities of Jakarta travelled ... Read More

MACAN: A Turn for Indonesia’s Art World

Amani Vassiliou- May 6, 2017

In November of 2017, a revolutionary arts venue in West Jakarta is set to open its doors to the public ushering in a new era ... Read More

Taxi Fabric: how one start-up is changing the face of Mumbai’s taxis.

John Ballot- October 15, 2016

By John Ballot A Mumbai start-up consisting of local graphic designers and artists is changing the look and feel of the city's iconic yellow-and-black taxis. ... Read More

Comic Symposium 2016

Nicolas Huntington- October 11, 2016

By Nicolas Huntington The Edge at the State Library was host to the largest meeting for Brisbane's best independent artists at the Zine and Indie ... Read More

The Mumbai Paradox

Isabella Leembruggen- September 25, 2016

By Isabella Leembruggen Staring out of the window of our bus, I quickly understood why Mumbai has been labelled the city of contrasts. The city ... Read More