Tag: art

Local artist and youth tasked with reclaiming Murgon public spaces

Dante Aloni- October 17, 2019

Watch the video HERE Local Indigenous artist, Kane Brunjes, has been tasked with reclaiming and reshaping Murgon's public spaces. Working alongside youth volunteers, Kane's work ... 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 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

The Writing is on the wall: Street art for social change in Mumbai

Tom Higgins- October 16, 2016

  By Tom Higgins Street art is commonly seen as vandalism in most countries, and India is no exception. Though some see it as a ... 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

Welcome to Woodfordia

Rose Richani- December 28, 2015

Tall towers fit for mystical royals, sun shining through large wooden arches, wide eyes watching all those who cross by (more…) Read More

LGBT Community: Sculpture Won’t Cut It.

Genevieve Worrell- July 25, 2014

Story by Selina Dowd The Brisbane City Council’s (BCC) funding of a sculpture commissioned by the New Farm Neighbourhood Centre (NFNC) to celebrate and honour ... Read More

Painting my life afresh

Genevieve Worrell- May 15, 2014

Story by Ervin Liu Student. Artist. Survivor. Kiny Ruharara is a 19-year-old refugee, whose life story is as gripping as his intensely evocative paintings. Mr ... Read More

Children become the focus of marriage equality

Michelle Connell- October 20, 2012

Rainbow Families of Queensland Association has launched their first ever art exhibition to help raise awareness for kids with GLBTIQ parents Read More