Review: Allday @ The Hordern Pavilion

REVIEW AND PHOTOS BY ANNA BEATSON On Saturday night, the place you’d want to be was the Hordern Pavilion. Performing his ‘Starry Night Over The Phone’ 2019 Nationwide Tour, Allday smashed yet another banging show promoting the new album release. I was able to make the Brisbane born singer/rapper Mallrat‘s set at 8.30pm. The crowd was […]


Significant Indigenous Australian Films of the last 50 years

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that the following piece may contain images and references to people who may have died. The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978) A landmark Australian film showing the racism and injustices faced by Indigenous Australians, especially those from a mixed cultural background. Jimmie Blacksmith (Tommy Lewis) struggles with having both […]


Reconciling the Divide

BY HEATHER MIDDLETON There is no such thing as a singular “Indigenous” identity.  The diversity of life experiences and negotiation of identities can result in people of Aboriginal heritage having different degrees of engagement with our dominant western culture for families or individuals.  The result is a mosaic. Engagement with one culture or another can […]