If you thought Emma Watson was a strong advocate for feminism, you haven’t seen Milly Pontipee flip a table while screaming in the faces of seven rowdy boys. Produced by the Griffith Conservatorium of Musical Theatre, ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ premiered on May 5th, the second-year students dazzling a sold-out opening audience.
It’s simply unbelievable how many times we experience pure, unadulterated magic everyday through a series of insignificant events: Continue reading “fire N gold”
Early one Saturday morning, myself and 32 other art students gathered in Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) awaiting the grand opening of our Creative Generation exhibition. The whole experience of seeing my artwork hung on the white walls of the most prestigious art gallery in Australia was completely surreal and overwhelming. It just goes to show that if you have the determination and passion, ANYTHING is achievable. Continue reading “5 Favourites: GOMA”
With a last name starting with ‘W’ I always thought being at the end of the roll was a curse, but maybe being ‘lucky last’ all the time wasn’t such a bad thing. After all, there’s no way I could have scored multi-faceted Brisbane artist, Hannah Macklin, as my singing teacher without a bucket-load of good fortune. Continue reading “Opus Opalus”
Delve into the latest successful creative campaigns on Pozible, where Australian artists, musicians and film producers are promoting some seriously fantastic up-and-coming projects. Check out my top five recently funded campaigns. Continue reading “5 Favourites: Pozible”