Brockhampton’s magic is far from lost on Iridescence

If there was a key word that could be applied to Brockhampton in 2018, it would be ‘pressure’. After last year’s Saturation Trilogy, a series of lauded albums …

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Guo Pei’s Tribute to Marie

Regarded as one of China’s foremost couturiers, Guo Pei is all about clothes-meets-art in an exquisite manner – and that’s all about watching models pan …

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Another Day, Another Lawsuit: Richard Prince Hit With A New Copyright Claim.

If you’re just joining us, you might want to go back and catch up on instalments one and two in the ongoing saga that is the drama-filled life and times of contr …

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Hailee Steinfeld Enlists Powerhouse Team For ‘Let Me Go’

There is no questioning that the last few years have been victorious for the Academy Award nominated actress and multi-platinum selling recording artist Hailee Stei …

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What’s In A Name?

They often go unnoticed, subtly influencing the opinions of those around us. For the most part we don’t get to choose them, instead we can either embrace them, ig …

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The 1975 break our hearts in their new music video, “A Change of Heart”

You could say that waking up early on Friday mornings isn’t really my thing. But when I heard the distant ping of my phone last week in an early morning haze I sp …

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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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A Milestone Exhibition for Off The Kerb Gallery.

The Collingwood youth-arts mainstay will this month mark ten years in the Arts in Victoria. To celebrate the occasion, OTK will be hosting a large-scale charitable …

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St Jerome’s Laneway Festival Outdoes Itself

Between the riverside streets of Footscray, St Jerome’s Laneway festival was pounding the pavement between apartments, houses, warehouses and factories. With over …

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The power of language

At one stage bilingualism was frowned upon and seen to be detrimental to children’s cognitive development, however studies have shown that knowing at least one ot …

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