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Review:Australian Vernacular Photography

[flex_gallery id=”4384″] BY CONSTANZA AHUMADA AND STEPHANIE ATHANASSIOU To be able to travel back in time seems only reachable through our dreams and imagination.  The 1960s – 2000s was a time of classic humid weather, striving revolutionists and outback civilisation. To be able to understand the deeper meaning of the common slang “g’day mate”, the […]

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Hidden Treasures of Afghanistan

Story and photos by Keyhan Farahmand ‘Afghanistan, hidden treasures’ and Khadim Ali’s ‘The haunted lotus’ are two exhibitions showing at the Art Gallery of NSW. ‘Hidden treasures’ is a collection of valuable artefacts from Kabul’s national museum, and originally from four parts of Afghanistan: Ai-Khanum, Begram, Tepe Fullol and Tillya Tepe.  ‘The haunted lotus’ shows painting by artist […]

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Q&A: Lime Cordiale’s Louis and Oli

Louis (L) and Oli Leimbach of Lime Cordiale. Photo: Laura-Mae Williams     Northern Beaches brothers, Oli and Louis Leimbach are on their rise to fame. With an upcoming tour of the U.S and various festival appearances, Lime Cordiale is working up a storm. Known for their chilled out personalities and unique beach pop music, […]

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Review: The Stoat Rebellion

The vole pilot, an illustration from Aubrey Fossdale’s The Stoat Rebellion. Image courtesy http://thestoatrebellion.wordpress.com   BY ANTONI BELL   Like most people, I have a good friend who happens to be obsessed with anything related to weasels. Pretty much all my knowledge on weasels and weaselly animals (stoats, ferrets, otters, etc) is the result of our […]

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Jeremy Moses, gonzo journo

Certificate IV News Media student JEREMY MOSES made this showreel (cick on the video below) to apply for a job as a gonzo video journalist. You can see more of Jeremy’s work at his YouTube Channels, Variety Garage and http://www.youtube.com/jeremymoses    

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Reg Mombassa’s Cranium Universe

‘House at Beach Road with Kirk’s Bush’ (1974), a painting of a house that his father built, is in pride of place on the kitchen wall of Reg Mombassa’s two-storey home in Glebe. ”I sold that for $350 and bought it back for $12,000 – I ripped myself off,” he says. STORY AND PHOTOS BY […]