We talk to Bailee-rose Farnham about ‘Lou Wall’s Drag Race’, debuting in the Melbourne Fringe 2018.Read More
We talk to the organisers behind The Next Chapter, an unprecedented new way of supporting writers.Read More
We talk to Hetty McKinnon about Peddler, a recipe-driven journal documenting the in-between moments of food.Read More
Maryam Azam talks to Robert Wood about her debut poetry collection, The Hijab Files.Read More
We talked to Bella Kwai about her work at the New York Times Australia Bureau.Read More
We spoke to Michele Lee about her newest play, ‘Going Down’, at the Malthouse 10th May—3rd June.Read More
Eunice Andrada talks to us about ‘Flood Damages’, her debut poetry collection.Read More
We talked to Raewyn Pickering and Urvi Majumdar about their show, 'Mispronounced', showing at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.Read More
We talked to Moonlover, a.k.a. Quang Dinh, about his newest album, Thou Shall Be Free.Read More
Snehargho Ghosh's In Situ series captures Melbourne-based creatives in their intimate settings. Through directorial photography, Snehargho portrays people in personal spaces, which reflect their identity as a person and artist, their cultural background and intimate environment. Opening February 8, 6PM-8PM.Read More
We talked to Zen Lim about 我们 [Wo Men], featuring Rainbow Chan, May Lyn, Maya Hirasedo, Tracy Chen & Shelly, 8pm February 9 at The Night Cat.
We talked to Andy Butler about his upcoming exhibition, Always There and All A Part' at BLINDSIDE, 6–22 December 2017.Read More
Art in Colour
We speak to Anisha Senaratne & Jeanne Aye Khin about their new webseries, Art in Colour.