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01 March 2018
Sydney NSW, Australia
Minerva brings together volunteer data scientists and Australian not for profit organisations to work on problems using the power of data.
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Compassion in the Calais Jungle: The QUO talks to Kirstin Shirling
13 September 2017
Sydney Opera House, Sydney NSW, Australia
Kirstin Shirling is a creative engagement producer who volunteered with Good Chance Theatre in the Calais Jungle to help create a safe space for self-expression for refugees.
Beyond Adelaide's Fringe Festival: Girl Space and Sanaa
11 September 2017
Adelaide SA, Australia
Mallory caught up with Victoria Lewis of Sanaa and Laura Gentgall of Girl Space, two young women out to shake up the arts scene in Adelaide.
Artistic protests fight mainland Chinese influence in Hong Kong
10 September 2017
Australia
As China tightens its controlling grip on the democratic freedoms of the citizens of Hong Kong there are groups of activists and artists who are fighting back against the oppressive One China policy.
Skeletons and Self-Portraits: Emily Dash challenges representations of gender and disability
23 August 2017
PACT, Railway Parade, Erskineville NSW, Australia
Creative and disability advocate Emily Dash tackles the themes of identity and public perception in PACT Salon 2: Skeletons and Self-Portraits
How to stay sane and make good art in 2017
21 July 2017
Joel interviews artists Moreblessing Maturure, Amrita Hepi, and Tasnim Hossain about the relationship between their identities, respective art practices, and the current, rather ominous, political climate.
Answers
21 July 2017
Annette's feminist performance poetry is a gentle act of resistance, chartering the experience of a romantic relationship from a distinctly female perspective. By questioning the validity of a 'love' that manifests itself in domineering and abusive ways, she implicitly asks every woman to do the same.
The 'Bad Boy' of Australian Ceramics
21 July 2017
Sydney-based artist Ramesh Nithiyendran talks to our editor Alexandra Havas about the limits of art as activism, the politics of gender, and how normalising representations of the phallus can help to dismantle some of its power.
Maturity: In acceptance and self-love
21 July 2017
Sydney NSW, Australia
Kuhen Nagappan explores how his passion for traditional Bharatanatyam dance has helped him find moments of freedom, and make sense of his experience as both a racial and sexual minority.
HEAR OUR VOICE: Creatives demanding visibility
21 July 2017
Sydney NSW, Australia
Alexandra Mantoura's HEAR OUR VOICE is a photographic campaign demanding representation for creatives in Sydney.
Female garment workers have their voices heard in new documentary
21 July 2017
Palace Cinemas Chauvel Cinema, Oxford Street, Paddington NSW, Australia
A new documentary film by Bangladeshi born film producer and researcher, Chaumtoli Huq, aims to highlight the ongoing struggle of garment factory workers to organise and unionise across Bangladesh.

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