During Science Week 2016 Diploma student Catherine Turner spoke with the Indigenous Education Officer, Renee Cawthorne, about introducing school kids to the museum’s Indigenous Science gallery.
By Jasmine Vasarhelyi Wes Anderson. Simply the name should be enough to for people to know who the man is. For those who don’t, Wes Anderson is an American director and one of the most prominent filmmakers of our time, an individual with raw imagination and the genius to generate rare tapestries of film. In […]
Tis the season to spread joy, not germs. How will you be spending COVIDmas? The bells are ringing, people are singing how will we celebrate this year? 2020, what a time to be alive… Fear not though, now that December is around the corner restrictions and some joy is coming to top off this hellish […]
STORY AND PHOTOS BY AMANDA PARKINSON With a little hustle and bit of bustle, hordes of curious art buffs cram onto the ferry bound for Cockatoo Island. Once an orphanage, then a shipping yard, now the historic island plays host to the 18th Biennale Sydney. This year’s Biennale, entitled “Stories, Senses and Spheres” transports audiences […]