Interview

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On confronting stories Words Fay EdwardsInterview Kaylie Salvatori Image Credit: Arcadia It was only recently that it occurred to me to wonder what land I grew up on. As the daughter of white landowners on a farm an hour north of Canberra, my eyes saw landmarked by the coloniser’s hand… Read More

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The Interview:  Celebrating the Underdog! Words Fay Edwards From behind Maddie sits in an armchair, with her head turned towards the camera, flashing a smile underneath a spotlight during filming for PLATFORM Live. Find Crips & Creeps on Instagram and Facebook >> @cripsandcreeps My interview with Madeleine Stewart, the… Read More

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The Interview:  ‘Belonging’ with Jess Cook 107’s Managing Director Words Fay Edwards ‘Belonging’. It’s something I most strongly associate as being an academic concept studied during the dreary years of high school. But it’s a feeling that’s popped up throughout life, tracking me through years of uni, work, love and… Read More

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“My place” was a place to take risks and feel safe Mary Lynne Pidcock on making communities Words Mary Lynne Pidcock Interview Fay Edwards Images Jessica Lindsay, City of Sydney Mary Lynne Pidcock is the chair of the 107 board, president of the South Sydney Business Chamber,… Read More

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Tamara Schembri of Toybox Labs is making waves in a new field of software development Interview Meagan O’Connell Images Syrenne Anu One of several organisations that call 107 Redfern Street home, Toybox Labs makes software for use in academic and scientific experiments. They’re one of only a handful of companies working in the… Read More

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‘Placemaking’ as an outcome, not an industry: Board member Duncan Read responds Words Fay Edwards This article is part of a series on ‘Placemaking’, inspired by and responding critically to Ed Blakely and Richard Hu’s book, Crafting Innovative Places for Australia’s Knowledge Economy. In the first of the series, volunteer and community… Read More

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Architecture for the people: Claire McCaughan of  Archrival Words Meagan O’ConnellImages Rhiannon Hopley / Supplied Join our creative community! With a private office at Joynton Avenue Creative Centre, you’ll be joining local change-makers like Claire in a collaborative and supportive environment. Visit 107.org.au to find out more. Part of the growing community of… Read More

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Zoya Patel Conflicting identities, political correctness, and why she’s never truly felt at home. Words Fay EdwardsImages Zoya Patel No Country Woman is available now in all good book stores, or online at hachette.com.au. Based in Canberra, Zoya Patel is a writer, editor and communications professional. This year she… Read More

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5 Minutes with Kitty Cardwell, aka Mrs C and Me Words Amy WillingImages Kitty Cardwell Find more of Kitty’s work on Instagram  @mrscandme, or visit The Rizzeria  @therizzeria. Last month, we were excited to welcome volunteer-run printing outfit The Rizzeria to Joynton Avenue Creative Centre as one of our first… Read More

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The Review: Julia Johnson Makes Music Words Fay EdwardsImages Julia Johnson To learn more about the launch (including the full list of incredible support acts), head to our What’s On page. Julia Johnson lands on 107’s stage this Friday, with an evening that promises synth-folk tunes, poetry, soul pop… Read More

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The Interview:  Finding human connection in a fast-fashion world: Leah Williams See more of Leah’s work at leah-williams.com or on Instagram @leahwilliamsofficial. Follow @_107objects to keep up to date with collab news and learn more about the behind-the-scenes of producing and designing your own collection. Visit objects.107.org.au to see more from our… Read More

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Starting a business from scratch:  Meet the volunteer duo behind 107 Objects You can see the current collection at objects.107.org.au, or drop in and visit the exhibition space any day between Tuesday – Sunday. In October 2017, a long-term dream of 107’s came to life: 107 Objects. The online store and… Read More