This Women’s History Month, I pay tribute to historian, mentor and friend, Katherine Knight. She was always generous with her knowledge, so here are five things I learned from her.
Shivanjani Lal sat down with Natalie before settling in to her assigned seat to pursue a year in India.
There is something very emotive and intrinsic about humanity’s ability to communicate via music and that is something that crosses cultural barriers. Regardless of what language you speak, music can connect to just about anybody.
Stepping Up 2013 Alumni and now applied behavioural therapist, Analise Vella has been active on her social media channels doing her bit to raise awareness. Later this year, she will be joining the G.A.P team in Indonesia.
From a very young age everyone knew Sean was a budding film maker. Never one to shy away from the camera, he was at home whether in front of the lens or controlling it. From our days collaborating in the class room to appointing him as the Head of Communications for Wadwell Initiatives, Sean has…… Continue reading In Focus: an eye for detail behind the lens
Unavoidably raw, vulnerable and hauntingly autobiographical, her recent sketches leave no room for doubt; Mariah is in pain.