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Artist Transforms Driftwood Into Fantastical Sculptures That Look Like Spirits of Nature

rtist Debra Bernier creates fanciful sculptures from the nature that surrounds her in Victoria, Canada. Working with driftwood, Bernier studies the shape and form of each piece, carefully carving out or adding to the natural material to form these delicate,...

Everything you need to know about post-lockdown anxiety (and how to overcome reverse culture shock)

As a generation, we’ve never been so anxious—and then along came coronavirus. From the moment the pandemic took hold and businesses around the world shut down, occupational burnout was replaced with fears over job security and financial stability. Instead of social anxiety, we were...

Weekend road trip: a guide to the perfect wine weekend in the Hunter Valley

The cradle of the winemaking industry in Australia, the Hunter Valley has more cellar doors than any other wine region in the country. And with the state open for holidaymakers from the first day of winter, the cooler weather...

Black and Indigenous Lives Matter

As events continue to unfold in the US and sister movements spring up around the world, local voices have joined the conversation. As parallels between the racial injustices experienced in America to those in Australia are thrown into sharp relief, a...

Everything to know about the history of the fashion show

In little over 15 minutes, a runway show can bring to life a designer’s vision of the future and leave an indelible mark on culture. Far from monolithic, just as fashion itself evolves with the times, so does the...

Breathtaking Portraits Capture Ballet’s Finest Dancing on the Streets of New York

iming and photography might not seem to go hand-in-hand, but for Omar Z. Robles, a background in the former physical art has inspired a stunning series of still images with the dynamic elegance of any real-time staged show. Born in...

Reconciliation Week 2020 – We are in this together

RECONCILIATION WEEK 2020 – WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER National Reconciliation Week is celebrated across Australia each year from 27 May to 3 June. Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson said this Reconciliation Week...

Time To Sparkle – Beauty and Nail Services recommence June 1

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Artist Transforms Driftwood Into Fantastical Sculptures That Look Like Spirits of Nature

rtist Debra Bernier creates fanciful sculptures from the nature that surrounds her in Victoria, Canada. Working with driftwood, Bernier studies the shape and...

Everything you need to know about post-lockdown anxiety (and how to overcome reverse culture shock)

As a generation, we’ve never been so anxious—and then along came coronavirus. From the moment the pandemic took hold and businesses around the world...

Weekend road trip: a guide to the perfect wine weekend in the Hunter Valley

The cradle of the winemaking industry in Australia, the Hunter Valley has more cellar doors than any other wine region in the...

Black and Indigenous Lives Matter

As events continue to unfold in the US and sister movements spring up around the world, local voices have joined the conversation. As parallels...

Everything to know about the history of the fashion show

In little over 15 minutes, a runway show can bring to life a designer’s vision of the future and leave an indelible...

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After the coronavirus crisis, will culture ever be the same again?

On 12 April 2020, the Shanghai gallery ShanghART unveiled a new exhibition entitled Cache: from B to Z. Featuring the work of 38 artists, it was among the first physical shows to take place...

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NSW increases testing to 8000 per day in hopes of easing restrictions

NSW is leading the country in the race to ease restrictions by upping the number of coronavirus tests administered each day to 8000. Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced this morning that...

How the fashion community is supporting the fight against the coronavirus

It’s 2020 and Glossier stores are closed, everyone’s favourite celebrity, Tom Hanks, fell victim to the pandemic coronavirus and was self-isolating on the Gold Coast (eating way too much Vegemite) and Naomi Campbell’s approach to airport hygiene now...

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We are fully AIPP accredited and specialize in Fashion, Event and People Photography all across Australia. We look at our imagery as return tickets to our past. Photography is in art that can...

Document outlines big year ahead for Gunnedah Shire

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Artist Transforms Driftwood Into Fantastical Sculptures That Look Like Spirits of Nature

rtist Debra Bernier creates fanciful sculptures from the nature that surrounds her in Victoria, Canada. Working with driftwood, Bernier studies the shape and...

Everything you need to know about post-lockdown anxiety (and how to overcome reverse culture shock)

As a generation, we’ve never been so anxious—and then along came coronavirus. From the moment the pandemic took hold and businesses around the world...

Weekend road trip: a guide to the perfect wine weekend in the Hunter Valley

The cradle of the winemaking industry in Australia, the Hunter Valley has more cellar doors than any other wine region in the...

Black and Indigenous Lives Matter

As events continue to unfold in the US and sister movements spring up around the world, local voices have joined the conversation. As parallels...

Everything to know about the history of the fashion show

In little over 15 minutes, a runway show can bring to life a designer’s vision of the future and leave an indelible...