To those that use the term “All Lives Matter”

To those that use the term “All Lives Matter” If all lives mattered… Black lives wouldn’t be so devalued; Black lives wouldn’t be so in danger. If all liv …

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Déjà vu: The Ongoing Saga Surrounding Richard Prince

Remember not too long ago when everyone was talking about professional appropriator Richard Prince, and his Gagosian show Richard Prince: New Portraits? Yeah, well …

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One Step at a Time for Diversity

It finally feels like the industry is slowly starting to progress with the understanding of diversity, and rightfully so, after having been slammed for fallin …

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Exploring Life (and the afterlife) with artist Emma Hampton Walshe

Melbourne-based artist and illustrator Emma Hampton Walshe is about to open an exciting new, two-part show at our favourite Collingwood outpost, Off the Kerb. Calle …

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Elöise – alt R&B’s new lovechild

If you haven’t already noticed, we are currently in the midst of an era dominated by extraordinary alt-R&B/pop female talent. The genre has experienced a rena …

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Black Lake Studio Take Over OTK: An Interview with Simon Dransfield.

Black Lake is a creative studio housed in the heart of Collingwood, Melbourne. The space is bright and light and positively brimming with creatively minded folk; tw …

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ALXNDR: ” Our Songs Are Very Real And Very Honest Stories Of Us”

Hailing from Newcastle, alternative pop band ALXNDR are ending a perfect year with their debut EP release ‘RWND’. So far the trio have been receiving an …

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Review: Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon

First, we were Born to Die, then we were taken to Paradise. We were dragged into Ultraviolence and now we’re embarking on our Honeymoon. Lana Del Rey’s musical …

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Music Review: ‘More’ – NŌVA

This is the first track from Montreal based artist NŌVA we are seeing, and if its any indication of things to come, she is one to watch!   “More” is set t …

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Patrick Price on Content Creation, Creativity, and His New Role with Collarts.

Collarts, also known as the Australian College of the Arts, are celebrating a new chapter in the life of the school. After recently acquiring the Mercer School of I …

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