Asking a question is like throwing a line into the sea of someone’s experience and hoping you’re going to reel in the big one.
Australia Day is more than the ‘Aussie pride’ and ubiquitous flag merchandise that saturate our experience and antagonise Australia’s First Peoples.
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Debra Barry thought the abuse she had routinely endured was normal until the age of 14.
Born into a strongly anti-religious family, the yearning of my soul as a child to belong as part of my spiritual/family was split.
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Community spirit, education, innovation, productivity and regionalisation are among the top priorities to come out of a workshop of the Queensland Plan.
When a ‘fundamentalist’ reads the Torah, it is meant to be taken literally. It’s this fundamentalism that creates the tension between religion and science.
The chosen works creatively interpreted topics such as alcohol and drug addiction, bullying, depression, abuse, religion, culture and identity.
Hailed as the 2013 Brisbane Festival’s biggest coup, Freeze Frame’s final performance not only received a hearty standing ovation from the audience but played to a full house.