In the parlance of the country kids I grew up with, “place” was personal and understanding of it was shared.
Placemaking is a good start, but truly functional places are so much more than that: 107 board member Duncan Read responds.
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.
Could someone as inexperienced as me get an interview with Clementine Ford? Turns out, they can. Here’s what I learned.
In Drawn to Change, illustrator Jack Money explores the divide between societal structures and the creative self.
Lachlan Herd’s work sits artistically alongside initiatives such as Keep Sydney Open and Reclaim the Streets to demand inclusiveness and openness.