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Editors note: Artgaze are pleased to support up and coming local artist, Elise Higginson. We wish her every success in the future! If you are creating beautiful art in your community, we would love to hear...

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Artgaze Magazine are proud to be collaborating with Townsville Artist Stories, to republish nine video interviews of artists local to Townsville, North Queensland. The project is the brain child of writer, educator and curator, Alex Christopher, funded by Townsville...

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Artgaze Magazine are proud to be collaborating with Townsville Artist Stories, to republish nine video interviews of artists local to Townsville, North Queensland. The project is the brain child of writer, educator and curator, Alex Christopher, funded by Townsville...

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Artgaze Magazine are proud to be collaborating with Townsville Artist Stories, to republish nine video interviews of artists local to Townsville, North Queensland. The project is the brain child of writer, educator and curator, Alex Christopher,...

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A New Day; Poem by Chris Picone

December 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

AG: We are very pleased to publish the beautiful poem, ‘A New Day’ by Chris Picone, on our blog. Chris is the facilitator of Emerge, which is a creative writing group for 13-17 year olds; see...

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Editors Note: Bedky is an up and coming Australian artist whose design we are very proud to have on the cover of our latest magazine! Our fabulous intern, Emily Devon, shot Bedky some questions to...

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Bella Dance Affairs: by Joel Sherwin

November 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

  Bella Dance Affairs opened early October, created by Cassandra McGhee, as a ‘welcoming place for adults to come and dance’ in Currajong. McGhee says that she used to teach burlesque dance but couldn’t find...

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Every night, children across the world say goodnight to their toys. With a kiss on the forehead of a doll and a last hug for a teddy bear, lights go out and children sleep. But...

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Shin Godzilla: Review by Marley Hannan

October 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

While I cannot claim to have seen every Godzilla film (having seen half of the original film, both of the dreadful American adaptations, and read synopsises of many of the original films to save time),...

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Surviving Rust: by Marley Hannan

October 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Last Wednesday, I found myself naked, bald, and standing on a beach. The only thing I had with me was a stick which had been fashioned into a flaming torch (although not by me) and...

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