What Is Brisbane Jelly?

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Swing by The Edge on a Friday and you’ll encounter a curious group of laptop-tappers, either completely absorbed in their computers or passionately engaged in discussion. This is Brisbane Jelly, an informal co-working group that meets at The Edge every Friday from noon.


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TEMPORARY CLOSURE: THURSDAY 14 – MONDAY 18 JANUARY If you’ve visited The Edge this week, you would have been met with a little bit of noise and movement from trades. We’re currently renovating the Auditorium floor and the public spaces in the basement – when these spaces are complete, they will look incredible! You won’t …

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2015 Wrap-up

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By Daniel Flood, Creative Manager 2015 is coming to a close, and I’m sitting in the back of the room watching The Edge team Christmas party. They could have gone to dinner, grabbed drinks or done whatever it is ‘normal’ offices do to celebrate the close of a successful, full-on year – that would have …

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$12 Million in annual funding from Catalyst

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Ministry for the Arts Catalyst – Australian Arts and Culture Fund is now open for applications through three streams: Partnerships and collaborations Innovation and participation International and cultural diplomacy If you’re planning and developing activities in any of the following categories, you are encouraged to submit an application: Performance Exhibition Tours Festivals Development and creation …

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AUXILIARY’S new 6 week programme

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With the success of their first 14 week intensive programme earlier this year, AUXILIARY are launching a new 6 week course, AUXILIARY PLUS – delivering the indispensable foundations of sketching, model making and CAD, balanced with design strategy, theory and history. AUXILIARY X Retrospective In May of 2015, the Brisbane design community gathered for an exhibition …

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WEARABLE BACTERIA? By Alex Bell

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Hello to all you science and fashion enthusiasts out there – my name is Alex and I want to share with you my eagerness towards a slimy, smelly, but revolutionary textile. This textile is Kombucha scoby; a floating mat of yeast, bacteria and their byproducts created when Kombucha tea ferments. Ring a bell? Kombucha tea …

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Light Box – MAKEIT Activity Kits head to regional Queensland

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  The Edge is very happy to announce the 13 recipients of the National Science Week, Light Box: MAKEIT Activity Kits! Last month we put the call-out to Public Libraries interested in a bespoke activity box, containing a complete set of materials and instructions for six workshops exploring the science of light.   Today we …

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Entrepreneurs, freelancers and startups

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The Edge community is made up of some very talented, creative people; especially those that currently freelance or are working on a startup project. If you just nodded your head (and said, yes that’s me!), and need support in taking your business to the next level, there are two things you can do right now. …

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New Motion Design and Fashion courses

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Throughout October and November we’ll be introducing two new short courses that will upskill all you creative folk out there: Motion Design and Fashion! Motion graphics are used just about everywhere these days, from YouTube video introductions through to infographic presentations…