Karla Hillam, star of the hit performance; Sex, Lies and Betrayal – Memoirs of a Hollywood Star is one of many artists who has found COVID-19 to be detrimental towards their careers. But Karla has embraced a brighter outlook for a post-COVID world. Continue reading Overcoming adversity with Karla Hillam
South Australia’s Umbrella Festival will run from July 16 to August 8, promoting local talent across a regional expansion and diversifying its platform to represent First Nations artists. Continue reading Warm up with the upbeat Umbrella Festival
Live performance is a pivotal part of the creative industries and is taught as such at UniSA, with events such as their upcoming Creative Festival going ahead. Continue reading Forging our artistic future: UniSA Creative Festival
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?
Spring has arrived. Reading outside and enjoying the nice weather is upon us. A few members of the OTR team have recommended their favourite books, helping you decide your next read or expand your horizons in the reading genre. Continue reading Spring reads from the OTR team
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
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
July 19 marks 25 years since Amy Heckerling’s 1995 Clueless became a timeless classic. Continue reading Clueless is celebrating its 25th anniversary, as if?
The rekindling of Adelaide’s nightlife means it’s back to the stage for our amateur musicians. Continue reading And the band plays on: How Adelaide’s amateur artists coped with COVID-19