Theatre Review: Mr Burns: A Post Electric Play

What: Mr Burns: A Post Electric Play Where: Space Theatre When: Until May 13th How Much: Adult $74, Concession $64, Under 30 $33, Primary/Secondary Student $29 In a time when The Simpsons’ prediction of a Donald Trump presidency has come true, and dystopian apocalypses feel a little too close to home, Mr Burns is the play we truly need and deserve. We are sure, that like … Continue reading Theatre Review: Mr Burns: A Post Electric Play

Artist Spotlight #66: Amelia Robson

Illnesses can affect people’s emotional well-being in various ways. It can cause some to shut down completely, or it can trigger others to mine through their feelings of frustration and create artistic gold. Amelia Robson sits in the latter category. In our latest spotlight, Amelia tells us about her passion for architecture, and what artworks she would own if she were the richest person on earth. Q: Hello Amelia! Can you … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #66: Amelia Robson

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Cat Turner from the State Theatre Company

The words on every culture vulture’s lips these past few weeks have been the Mr Burns show by the State Theatre Company. Cleverly combining dystopian elements with the comic stylings of The Simpsons, Mr Burns promises to leave viewers entertained, and contemplating a surreal universe where Matt Groening’s words are gospel. In an exclusive interview with Cat Turner, Marketing Co-ordinator at the State Theatre Company, we find out more about … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Cat Turner from the State Theatre Company

Artist Spotlight #65: Makeda Duong

Long before the popularisation of ‘pussy hats‘, Makeda Duong was embroidering and knitting artworks with strong feminist messages. In our latest spotlight, Makeda tells us about the importance of textiles, and why Deborah Prior inspires her. Q: Hello Makeda! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: Hi! It’s great to be featured in Collage! I graduated from UniSA in 2013 with a Bachelor of … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #65: Makeda Duong

Lights! Camera! Bosch! – A Study of Art in Film

Blink or you’ll miss it! Art in film has been an integral element in injecting meaning and aesthetic into film scenes. Art can foreshadow events in a film, interpret meaning, character motivations, and in general, shape why the film is taking place. Although cinema can be considered mass art, the incorporation of paintings has shaped the meaning of several films, including Stanley Kubrick’s, A Clockwork Orange (1971), … Continue reading Lights! Camera! Bosch! – A Study of Art in Film

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Leigh Robb, Curator of Versus Rodin

What: Versus Rodin: Bodies across space and time Where: Art Gallery of South Australia When: 4 March – 2 July 2017 How much: Adult $18, concession $16, member $14, student $10, child $8 Auguste Rodin, the French sculptor behind the iconic Thinker, was one of the most influential artists of the modern age. The Art Gallery of South Australia’s current major exhibition, Versus Rodin: Bodies across space and … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Leigh Robb, Curator of Versus Rodin

Artist Spotlight #64: Timothy Wilkinson

To the textural pleb (me), wood is wood is wood. To furniture and product designer whiz, Timothy Wilkinson, there is Tasmanian Oak, American White Oak, Huon Pine, Mango Wood and a million different types of timber surfaces to work with. In our latest spotlight, Tim heaps praise on local furniture design guru, Khai Liew, and talks about his plans for the future. Q: Hello Tim! Can you please tell us … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #64: Timothy Wilkinson