Black Lake Studio Take Over OTK: An Interview with Luke Rion.

The second instalment of our feature on the Black Lake Studio takeover of Off the Kerb is an interview with exciting young artist Luke Rion. Courtesy of Luke Rion. …

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#meNOmore – The Fight against Sexual Violence in the Music Industry

Recently, a light has been shone on sexual harassment and assault within the film and television industry, exposing the horrific behaviour (and in some cases crime …

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Amrit Murti’s ‘Translucent’ Beauty.

Art which takes a stand, makes a point and makes it well, comes to us in all different shapes and forms. Some art shouts it, brazen and in your face. Other art sidl …

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Very Good Art.

MoMA PS1 has a great director who does very good things. Not just good art things, but good-good things, too. Photo: Stefano Giovannini. via nypost.com Klaus Biesen …

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Creative Industries & The Unpaid Internship: A Tumultuous Love Story

Unpaid internships are an increasingly accepted and required step in building a career in creative and information based industries including journalism, filmmaking …

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Glow Winter Arts Festival Lights Up Melbourne

A technicolour wonderland brimming with local art, laughs, cinema, and plenty more is about to descend on Melbourne. The Glow Winter Arts Festival, which was first …

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Getting to Know: Liam Snootle.

Melbourne-based Liam Snootle (a.k.a. Liam Stewart) is perhaps best known for his work as a commercial and street artist, but his gallery shows are a hit, too—so m …

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An Interview with Emily Persson

Australian artist Emily Persson comes from a long line of artistically talented ladies. Roused by her heritage, and inspired by the European greats of the 19th cent …

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Cleaning up our act: how do we combat Islamophobia?

The only sign of human activity was the four pairs of chef clogs resting on a mostly empty shoe rack. I briefly panicked, wondering if I’d already committed a fau …

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The Authenticity Of Diversity

James Scully once said ‘Gucci gets two thumbs down for the lack of diversity [in their casting]’ back in 2016, with the notion that the fashion industry was n …

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André Brasilier is enjoying a renaissance. The 88-year old French artist has been the subject of renewed fandom in recent times, with prices for his works increasi …

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Getting To Know: Barek.

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Poetry in Lemaire

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