Interview with Jaymen Drahm, Fresh Elements Dance

Ok, so I’ve been going to the odd class at Fresh Elements Dance in an attempt to see if an over 30’s body can move as fast as an under 25’s. It’s been amusing and I’ve picked up a few decent moves for the dance floor, though I’ll have to settle for performing them at …

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Tinian’s Boy cut latest clip at The Edge

    You don’t have to look far to find new and interesting projects happening at the Edge. Our Screen and Sound Lab often has editors working on a variety of different things, including short films, documentaries and corporate work. Music clips are commonly being worked on as well, but not often do you see […]


Upcoming Exhibition

It can sometimes be an uphill battle in terms of getting your artwork out there in the community and it has been a long road for Louis Leigh-Lucas, an artist who has been planning his solo exhibition since last year. Louis will drop into the Edge occasionally to say hello between working hard on getting […]


Tinian’s Boy cut latest clip at The Edge

    You don’t have to look far to find new and interesting projects happening at the Edge. Our Screen and Sound Lab often has editors working on a variety of different things, including short films, documentaries and corporate work. Music clips are commonly being worked on as well, but not often do you see …

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Libraryhack winners announced

After more than 11 000 downloads of data made available by participating state and national libraries more than 150 entries were generated for the Libraryhack competition. Many of these entries will now be added to the collections of libraries across Australia and the National Library of New Zealand. Of these 150 entries, the following winners …

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Design winners announced

A big congratulations to the winners of the Queensland Premier’s Design Awards, announced last night at an award ceremony hosted by Minister Nolan at The Edge. The 2011 Smart State Design Fellow Nicola Lloyd of Lloyd Grey Design, was awarded $40,000 in recognition for her work in developing the Queensland design culture through her business, …

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Stylin’ a Community Festival

What the value of community festivals? For a festival like Stylin’ Up it offers a primarily Indigenous community a chance to celebrate their culture publicly, an opportunity for their talented to be put on show, and for local business and community services to self-promote. Beyond this however, festivals have become the platforms for showcasing ongoing …

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Rant #1: Round peg, square hole, drill

  So you’re an artist of some description: dancer, musician, performance, visual, etc. I don’t know how good you are at it, but the chances are that you’ll get better the longer you do it, and you love it of course. And you’re broke, of course. Your only options seem to be Centrelink and its …

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The Remix

Hi all, it’s been a time of reflection and redirection after Stylin’ Up. mervin has hit the road to continue his work further south and will be returning to the streets of Inala come August. So how to continue the work? Over the next eight weeks we’ll be taking a deeper look at the communities …

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