Stuart Riley’s love affair with his 250-year-old double bass began decades ago, and it has never lessened. The professional musician talks to DARIA IMPIOMBATO
A teenage love of art combined with some fashion nous took Angie Réhe from an awkward student into an internationally renowned illustrator.
After discovering a fascinating initative on the Underground while living in London, Michelle Kalus and Ali Berg have decided to bring the idea home to Melbourne and it’s taken off spectacularly. RILEY GLACKEN reports.
Buskers face new guidelines in the CBD, with the council set to vote on the issue next week. AMELIA LIM talks to street performers about what the changes could mean for them.
The Monash University Student Union is targeting alcohol misuse at student events through an education campaign and support services. CHARLEE HAWKES reports
Izzy Roberts-Orr is the creative powerhouse behind the Emerging Writers’ Festival and the upcoming Digital Writers’ Festival. SIMON KUPERMAN talks to a multi-faceted writer, poet, audio producer and curator.
Nick Athanasiou’s work is poised at precisely the place where science meets art, and the result is a delight. DAVID McALPINE reports
AMELIA LIM explored the wide array of international cultures on show at Caulfield campus, to see how those cultures drive fashion choices.
This episode of Streetegist explores one of the most essential items for students – bags! ALISHA PAWA and LAUREN CHOO explore Caulfield campus to look at the types of bags students carry and how much they spend on them.
Abe Nouk was illiterate when he arrived Australia as a refugee from Sudan. Today he is a spoken word poet, a writer, and a community educator for Sudanese youth in Australia. ALEX McKENZIE talks to Nouk, and shares some inspirational moment from the workshop.