Lisa Kearney is a keen observer of the things around her. With colours playing such an important role in her pieces it’s only natural for her to always be on the lookout for new and interesting combinations, even taking colour inspiration from dresses and photographs.
Cooking is as a way to bring family and friends together, to enjoy in something you’ve created and while that process may get trickier when you factor in dietary requirements and allergies, it doesn’t have to be. With this in mind Melissa Sutherland has created The Fructose Friendly Chef, a blog helping those with certain dietary requirements create delicious meals.
The 360 ALLSTARS promises to be a show unlike any other. With a collection of top-class performers from around the world the show will be appearing at the Lighthouse Theatre in Warrnambool and Capital Theatre in Bendigo at the end of this month. We caught up with the director and producer of the show, who also happens to be a performer and internationally renowned drummer, Gene Peterson.
Lt. Jr. Grade Daniel Kaffee, a rookie lawyer in the United States Navy, is marking time playing softball and plea-bargaining frivolous lawsuits until his three years of service are up. That is, until Division assigns him to be defense counsel for two marines serving at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, who are accused of murdering a young marine.
On a day-to-day basis we often waste our 24 hours. Can you think of the last time you did something truly incredible? The last time you created something you were proud of? Well Courthouse Youth Arts are giving you the best chance to create in the 24-hour creation event JOLT. We had a chat to Jack Griffiths from the Courthouse on what to expect.
While many of us claim to love our town, few can say that they’ve started a businesses based around it. After realising there wasn’t a spot for local creatives to showcase their wares, Andrew and Katherine’s business minds set to work to create Great Ocean Road Gifts, an online store stocked with homewares, jewellery, beauty products and more.
Your beloved brother has betrayed you and you’ve spent the past five months sitting in jail, your body filled with bullets wasting away from lead poisoning. It’s a take on Ned Kelly that we often don’t see, but one that the Queensland Theatre Company team are delivering.
As human beings we’re all a little curious at how others see the world. Saabira Razac is no different, and part of the reason behind creating her art is to play with how we see shapes and images. “Sometimes I find that art gives you too much but if your eyes can draw that line without it being there, that to me says something else,” she says.
Geelong buildings are now covered with giant portraits of local young people as part of the City’s celebrations for National Youth Week (10-19 April). Each of the 16 young people featured in STREETFACE have fascinating stories and were chosen by the City’s Youth Development Unit to celebrate the achievements and diversity of our local young people.