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.
Whilst innovation may be a tired buzz word for smarter city strategies, in this context it gives artists permission to extend themselves in search of new ways of working.
Shivanjani Lal sat down with Natalie before settling in to her assigned seat to pursue a year in India.
Someone wise once told me that innovation doesn’t come from looking inwards, but from looking outwards to other sectors and adapting concepts to your own operations. He probably said it more eloquently, but I couldn’t agree with him more.
If anything meaningful is going to happen, it needs to come from small businesses and entrepreneurs operating independent of cultural policy and in tune to local relevance.
The Macarthur region is dog-eared as a major development region. However planning for social and cultural infrastructure is minimal.
In the heart of Fairfield’s CBD there is a hive of activity around the heritage listed School of Arts Building. This building was purpose built in 1994 and underwent refurbishments between 2003 and 2006. Facility improvements responded to the community’s demand for increased access to creative development and exhibition opportunities. In 2015 the Powerhouse Youth…… Continue reading Powerhouse Youth Theatre closes out the year with two inspiring performances