Category: Arts

Lockdown silver lining for second-hand clothing sellers

By Sarah Tran Lockdown restrictions prompted op shops and individuals wanting to get rid of clothing to adapt in ways that worked in their favour. And these Covid-inspired methods of selling are something they see as a future direction.

Entertainers suffer the blows of coronavirus

By Morgan O’Neill The entertainment industry has been one of the hardest hit industries globally due to the coronavirus pandemic. Because of the casual nature of much entertainment work many of the employees in this industry have been left jobless

Coronavirus strikes a bad chord with the music industry

The coronavirus pandemic has left music venues empty, musicians without an income and fans starved of live performances. Despite eased restrictions, the road to recovery may be further away than expected. VJ Jack Ryan reports.

Funky female podcasts become frontrunners of their field

By Ingrid Uhlmann Michelle Obama, former First Lady of the United States has jumped on the latest trend: Podcasts for women, by women. And for many people podcasts are the ultimate medium, as they’re convenient and easily accessible to everyone.

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Facebook fake news fail

By Annelise Crilly Facebook has been accused of becoming a little too trigger-happy with their newly introduced fact-checking software. The social media giant has come under fire for flagging content which is clearly satire.

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Brisbane street art still booming

By Annelise Crilly Brisbane’s Street Art Festival is always a source of excitement and inspiration and even Covid restrictions couldn’t stop this year’s magic. Hand painted murals are popping up all over the city bringing new life to the streets.

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The Ozzie Sound Podcast

A podcast by Charlie Dally-Watkins. The Ozzie Sound Podcast aims to find out the story behind the sound of the bands we all love. In this episode, host Charlie Dally-Watkins aims to shed a light on how musicians and artist

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More Than a Pretty Face

A podcast by Paige Van Lunteren What does it mean to be “Australia’s most beautiful, talented, educated and confident young woman?” Over the next few epsiodes I’ll be talking to contestants, organisers, winners and judges. In this first episode of

Cult classic Muriel’s Wedding comes to life at QPAC

It’s goodbye Porpoise Spit, hello Brisbane! A smash hit musical about a wannabe bride opens tomorrow night and QUT News was given a sneak peek. Harris Wakeling reports.

Sky top views on offer for Open House Festival

This weekend, Brisbane’s newest and currently tallest building will open its doors for a rare public viewing. The 91-storey behemoth will be Australia’s largest residential building. Liam Kennedy reports.

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