Lur Alghurabi
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Lur Alghurabi

Lur is an Iraqi writer whose work focuses on migrant memoir and transcultural storytelling, or fancy terms for her childhood memories in Baghdad. She mentors new writers at the University of Adelaide, where she achieved First Class Honours in Creative Writing. She spends her weekends teaching baristas, friends and family how to pronounce her name. … Continue reading

Maggi Boult
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Maggi Boult

Maggi Boult has worked in health research, but is currently studying to be an historian. At the moment her favourite century is the nineteenth. However, if she could go back in time it would be to watch Neanderthals creating rock art. Favourite art movements: Contemporary (Anish Kapoor, Antony Gormley and Fred Williams) Favourite films: Anything … Continue reading

Dylan Rowen
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Dylan Rowen

Photo credit: Jonno Revanche Dylan reads a lot and it’s no surprise he’s the current President and founder of the Adelaide University Literature Club. Nerd, practicing Aesthete and also a Virgo. He can often be found advancing the gay agenda by Queering up his writing and research. Favourite art movement: Fauvism Favourite film: Melancholia (2011) and Les … Continue reading

Matilda Handsley-Davis
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Matilda Handsley-Davis

Matilda Handsley-Davis just completed Honours in microbial genetics, and loves history, art, and biology. She’s been described as a Renaissance woman, which she doesn’t exactly object to. Her other main claim to fame is her painfully adorable pet toy poodle, who has her own Instagram fan base. Favourite art movements: Expressionism, Impressionism, Art Nouveau, and … Continue reading

Masya Zabidi
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Masya Zabidi

Masya Zabidi’s dream birthday would be having a cinema to herself during a Daniel Day-Lewis marathon, with a Michael Fassbender blow-up doll seated right next to her. When she’s not too busy fantasising outlandish birthday scenarios, she edits Collage. Favourite art movement: Northern Renaissance and YBA Favourite film: At the moment, a toss up between Attack the Block and … Continue reading

Katerina Grypma
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Katerina Grypma

Katerina first attended an art history club event to provide moral support for an interested yet shy friend, and has been enthusiastically involved ever since. Her past-times include anticipating the release of Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian embassy and constructing personal complex fantasies in which she meets her favourite actors. Favourite art movement: Surrealism, and … Continue reading

Natalie Carfora
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Natalie Carfora

Natalie Carfora is finishing up her degree in museum studies. She is incapable of deciding what her favourite things are, but mostly she just loves food. Favourite art movement: Northern Renaissance and Baroque Favourite films: Before Sunrise and The Darjeeling Limited Favourite band: Melody’s Echo Chamber Favourite podcast: Reply All and Heavyweight (but really everything … Continue reading