In the parlance of the country kids I grew up with, “place” was personal and understanding of it was shared.
One half of software development outfit Toybox Labs, Tamara Schembri makes bespoke software for researchers and academics.
Our brand new venue manager & community engagement officer, Jen has a love for the arts and creative industries (and a very cute cat called Herbie).
Painted in 2000 just in time for the Sydney Olympics, the Three Proud People mural on Pine Street has become a valued part of the Newtown community. Last week it was restored to its former glory with the help of local residents.
Placemaking is a good start, but truly functional places are so much more than that: 107 board member Duncan Read responds.
Vote before August 15 to make your favourite community-driven project a reality!
It’s the buzzword on everybody’s Twitter bio, but what does Placemaking mean for the people who live and work in the places we ‘make’? Fay Edwards investigates.
Part of the growing community of creative businesses at Joynton Avenue Creative Centre, Archrival is not your typical architecture firm.
Could someone as inexperienced as me get an interview with Clementine Ford? Turns out, they can. Here’s what I learned.
Zoya Patel is a writer, editor and communications professional. This year she published her first book – a collection of memoir essays that examine the intricacies of race and identity within the Australian cultural landscape.