This year TheatreiNQ presented Shakespeare’s Hamlet for their Shakespeare Under the Stars performance. Terri Brabon, the Director, said it was far more challenging than she had first believed. “I was completely naïve going into Hamlet and I will be completely honest about that because everybody’s always raved about how much of a beast Hamlet is...

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Meet Kate Grenenger: by Tamantha Elliot

September 20, 2016 | 1 Comments

Horror survival tip number one: hide in dark places.   Horror survival tip two: don’t be stupid.   Horror survival tip number three: don’t answer the phone if you can.   Horror survival tip number four: stay fit.   Horror survival tip number five: learn to climb fences.   There is nothing better to ask...

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Speculative fiction is typically considered to be alternative histories or science-fiction works, but also includes other genres. Writers focusing on everything from horror to fantasy to science-fiction are included in the ten to twelve regular members that attend the fortnightly meetings of the Townsville Speculative Fiction Group. Meeting at the Riverway Art Centre members share...

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Nicole Canfield: Supernatural Author

August 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nicole Canfield is a freaking badass writing machine and all around wonderful person. I’m so very chuffed she agreed to posting a snippet of her book here, because I’m sure you guys will love her too! If you enjoy gothic fantasies or supernatural thrillers, you will find yourself pleasantly lost in the dark world of...

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Short Story by Kate Grenenger: Imaginary

June 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

This week on the blog we are featuring the writing of Kate Grenenger, a local Townsville creative media student and aspiring writer. More of her short stories will be published in the relaunch of Artgaze Magazine, which should be available late August! To keep up to date with when the magazine will be available, please...

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Cassy Fry: Writer. Poet. Creative Blogger.

June 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

The fabulous Cassy Fry has a new book of poetry available for crowdfunding on Indiegogo. Cassy Fry is a writer, poet, blogger, arts reviewer and speaker based in the south of England, who has worked in the arts and creative sector for over ten years. She loves dancing like a wild woman, wearing red lipstick...

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Artgaze Lab Inc. love being able to collaborate with and promote the amazing talents we have here in North Queensland. One such artist is local author Ariella Van Luyn, who is set to launch her debut novel at Mary Who? Bookshop in Townsville on July 1st 2016. Ariella lectures in writing at James Cook University and...

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On the 22nd of April, under a full moon, the cool cats of Townsville and beyond gathered at Umbrella Studio, to enjoy Artgaze Film Clubs screening of the documentary ‘Banksy Does New York’.   Needless to say it was a hit! We had one of our biggest audiences yet since screening Warwick Thorton’s The Darkside in...

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Natasha Wills makes Art

March 8, 2016 | 1 Comments

We are proud to publish this article on artist Natasha Wills for the launch of our new feature category  Sistas on Art. For more information Sistas on Art see Artgaze Special Features For Natasha Wills, art is a means and expression of finding freedom, both personally and societally. A seriously prolific artist for the past nine years,...

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Immanence and Distortions Merge

February 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Immanence and its distortions is a digital artwork collaboration between artist Ashley Holmes and emerging scientist Ruby Holmes, part of the exhibition Emergence curated by Michelle Hall, her third (and largest) of its kind. The show features partnerships between scientists and artists. The artists were challenged to create new art in digital movie format expanding...

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