The podcast hosts helping Aussies who feel “Left, Right, Out” this election

Pour a glass of wine, relax and press play on ‘Left, Right, Out’: a new podcast on Spotify answering questions from the public and covering key election topics for young Aussies.Continue readingThe podcast hosts helping Aussies who feel “Left, Right, Out” this election

‘Maiden’: The must-see documentary about women who “rocked the boat”

Audiences are transported to 1989 as sailing skipper Tracey Edwards makes history, leading a female crew on the Whitbread Round the World Race.

Defying the critics and pioneering female empowerment, “Maiden” is an uplifting documentary celebrating a story that should be more widely known.

Sailing enthusiast or not this film entertains viewers on an intense voyage across the world’s open ocean while unearthing flaws in the evolving feminist narrative.
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Neon Naked shines ultraviolet light on life drawing

Few can say an evening at a pub in London involved drinks and a naked life drawing class in the dark. The Owl’s reporter Megan Hobson investigates how models clad in psychedelic neons are reinventing the traditional life drawing styles of da Vinci and Michelangelo.

Neon Naked is popping up across London, turning pubs into art classes with a full moon party twist using ultraviolet lights, glowing materials and a creative teaching style.

Find out how you can draw, sip and celebrate at a Neon Naked bunny themed class or ultraviolet rave during the Easter weekend.Continue readingNeon Naked shines ultraviolet light on life drawing

A trip down Brick Lane

Below the graffitied streets of East London, a labyrinth of over 100 vintage clothing stalls buzz with a new wave of eco-conscious shoppers. Second-hand clothing enthusiasts rummage racks of fashion from bygone eras in the Brick Lane Fashion Market, a vintage enthusiast’s dream.Continue readingA trip down Brick Lane