West End is about to get an innovative new art space! House Conspiracy will be empowering artists of all domains through the provision of free residencies, workshop, and showcase spaces.
We speak to Dr. Anne-Frances Watson about the importance of discussing female sexual pleasure in high school sex education and the affect it may have on female sexual agency.
Multi-disciplinary artist Amy Crow visited us at mous magazines and books to chat about her wood panel art, Brisbane's creative community and the impetus behind her art work.
The Swedish recycling system is renowned for its impressive 1 per cent landfill rate, however, looking critically into the Swedish recycling system shows us that their system may not be as perfect as it seems.
Although it is a new year, I’m hearing a lot of people making the same health resolutions- to “lose 5kg” and “quit sugar”- they’ve set (and consistently abandoned by February) for the past 5 years. But is there a healthier option than a restrictive diet?
"This year for Christmas I received the gift of body positivity and it’s a gift I want to share with you. These are some of the incredible women I’ve met this year that have helped me love myself. I hope that in some small way they’ll help you like they’ve helped me." - Anissa Roberts,
So it’s that time of year. You’re five days out from Christmas and have bought literary nothing yet because you haven’t nailed adult-ing. Don't worry we've got you.
We chat to Julien Pacaud the artist who uses collage techniques to create serene, dreamlike and contradictory universes.
A series of five humerous stories about the reality of working in the hospltality industry in your 20s.
The collage and stitchery queen behind Harley & Händen, Harley Barnes Roos, visited us at mous magazines and books to chat about collage, creative communities and nipples.
Whether you attribute your need for plants to the aesthetic, to the sweeter, cleaner air they create or to the practicality of harvesting your own herbs and fruit, learning how to take care of your little green buddies is vital if you want them to behave well.
This month we take a look at the captivating debut work of fiction from Brisbane writer Nicholas John Turner, Hang him when he is not there.
We had a chat to one of the organisers of ‘Bring Them Here- Sounds of Change’, the Brisbane music festival that is protesting the treatment of refugees detained in Australia’s offshore holding camps.
In the past porn has largely been tailored to the sexual desires of heterosexual men. But now the idea of ethically produced ‘fairtrade’ porn is gaining momentum.
Space research has been developing rapidly with new heights being reached every year. So what exactly was achieved in 2015? And will 2016 take us even further into the unknown?
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 our chat with comic artist Nicky Minus where we talk about sex, shame and comics.
In Residence is hosting its first exhibition this weekend, and we're feeling pretty excited about it. Check out some of the amazing artist being featured.
Welcome to the Daydream, The Vallentine Project’s new line, is reminiscent of warm summer days, good books and sleepy daydreams. Yes please.
Currently in Australia, eSports is generally one of those subjects you don’t bring up at parties because it’s not “cool” or even well known. Like a lot of things, Australia is yet to catch up with this.
Don’t you hate it when you love and appreciate art and want to share it with the people you love but you can’t afford to buy it? Well Art Money is aiming to make owning art possible for anyone who loves it. Not just those that can afford it.
Once you wade through the cesspit of media sensationalism, unflattering cartoons and outraged Facebook comments and start to take him seriously as a candidate, what does Trump really stand for?
We had a chat to Chela Edmunds from Guild of Objects about running a small business and the expulsive and magnetic appeal of being an artist.
Why not arrange ten new tinder dates for the same time and place, and watch chaos ensue as the poor gents/ladies turn up to a communal table for ten.
We had a chat with Mariano Pascual about what floats his boat and motivates his work and his answers are as poetic as his art.
What is it about a group of women, meeting in the park without shirts that sends the misogynists into meltdown?