Theatre Review: Sista Girl

What: Sista Girl Where: Space Theatre When: Until 3rd June How Much: Adult $39, Concession $34, Under 30 $29, Primary/Secondary Student $20 Loud pop music blasts from all corners of the room and the scent of eucalyptus fills the air, as two young girls stand centre stage, performing their morning routines. An immersive and nostalgic opening scene, making us feel like we are right there … Continue reading Theatre Review: Sista Girl

Artist Spotlight #70: Youngsoon Jin

If you’re like me, then you probably pay little attention to the food you scoff down. Youngsoon Jin is the total opposite and studies food to such an extent that she painstakingly incorporates every line and crease in her monochrome illustrations. In our latest spotlight, Youngsoon tells us the artistic mediums she hopes to take on in the future, and her beloved university mentor. Q: Hello Youngsoon! … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #70: Youngsoon Jin

Theatre Review: 1984

What: 1984 Where: Her Majesty’s Theatre When: Until May 27th (Audio-described and captioned performances are available) How Much: Adult $40.00-89.00, Under 30 $33.00, Primary/Secondary Student $29.00 If the mark of a classic work of art is that it remains relevant through changing times and generations, George Orwell’s 1949 novel 1984 surely qualifies. The vision of the authoritarian surveillance state of Oceania and Winston Smith’s struggle to … Continue reading Theatre Review: 1984

Artist Spotlight #69: Laura Wills

Maps are skilfully used as a backdrop in Laura Wills’ ecologically centric and people focused artworks. In our latest spotlight, Laura tells us of her many local art affiliations, and her favourite food group. Q: Hello Laura! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: I am a visual artist based in Adelaide. I work in an expanded arts practice, across disciplines, collaboratively, … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #69: Laura Wills

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: John Safran, Author of Depends What You Mean By Extremist

John Safran tagged along to one of the first Reclaim Australia rallies expecting to find skinheads roaming the streets of Melbourne. Instead, he found himself on a path that lead to his new book, Depends What You Mean By Extremist: Going Rogue With Australian Deplorables. Ahead of his now sold out talks at libraries in Adelaide next week, Collage’s Natalie Carfora spoke to John to discuss … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: John Safran, Author of Depends What You Mean By Extremist

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: George Rex and Rebecca Sheedy, Organisers of Zina Warrior Print Fest Zine Fair

One of Collage’s most popular Artist Spotlights last year were Rebecca Sheedy‘s (of Mild Scribbling) and George Rex‘s. This June, these two local zinestars will be presenting a zine fair at Adelaide hot spot, Format. Featuring the works of other Adelaide zinesters, this event will give zine fans the opportunity to mingle with zine makers, and to purchase unique, one of a kind zines. In our exclusive interview with … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: George Rex and Rebecca Sheedy, Organisers of Zina Warrior Print Fest Zine Fair

Artist Spotlight #68: Lisa Penney a.k.a. Hey Reflect’o

Lisa Penney a.k.a. Hey Reflect’o has become synonymous with both chic street/cycle style, and safety Hi-Vis wear in South Australia. At this weekend’s Bowerbird Design Market, Lisa will be unveiling her latest designs, so be sure to visit the Adelaide Showground to check them out! In our latest spotlight, Lisa tells us about about her favourite artists (all from The Mill!), and what she hopes to … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #68: Lisa Penney a.k.a. Hey Reflect’o