Social media, climate change, pandemics, and burnout. Here are six documentaries about the contemporary challenges we face. Continue reading Six Netflix documentaries that speak to the human condition in 2020
Are we too spoilt for choice when it comes to streaming services in Australia? Continue reading Streaming services: How many are too many?
The Tangerine Fox shop found its new home at Westfield West Lakes, highlighting a demand for local creativity to thrive in commercial spaces. Continue reading Making art accessible: The new Tangerine Fox & Calamity Tash venture spreading craft cheer
National surveys suggest Australians are more inclined to consume art than ever, but can the industry accommodate their desires? Continue reading Addressing artistic desire: How realistically can artists cater to national expectations?
As mixed reviews come in for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, one thing is clear: most of the audio is inaudible. So was this a creative decision or simply an accident? Continue reading Was Christopher Nolan’s Tenet too loud?
The fun of the 2020 Royal Adelaide Show goes on through the virtual event website The Show at Home. But what effects does the event’s cancellation have on stakeholders? Continue reading The 2020 Royal Adelaide Show goes online
Since COVID-19 became a full-blown pandemic, it’s no secret many industries are facing major financial challenges. The uncertain future of the media landscape has forced the closure of some of Australia’s most iconic magazines. Continue reading The not-so-glossy future of magazines: Bauer Media have axed eight iconic Australian magazines
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have ruffled a lot of feathers with the release of ‘WAP’, but where is the outrage when men release music with the same content? Continue reading WAP outrage exemplifies gendered double standards in music
With one foot already in the coffin, the current climate has only accelerated the inevitable for the journalism industry Continue reading Journalism in ruin: the downward slide to the death of democracy
The Black Lives Matter movement has fuelled aspects of healthy change in our society; however, does it warrant the panicked erasing of some of our favourite movies and shows? Continue reading Retrospective censorship of our films and television shows: why it’s dumb