Stop, listen, think: What I learned from Clementine Ford Words & Images Fay Edwards First Image: Ubud Writers and Readers Festival 2018 by Anggara Mahendra Not too long ago, this 27-year-old gal casually told her mum that “being female suited her”. This comment could have been met… Read More


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 Based in Canberra, Zoya Patel is a writer, editor and communications professional. This year she… Read More


BRUNT Holds a mirror up to you and your bros Words Alexandra Jonscher ★ 7/10 Brunt ran at 107 Redfern from August 16-18, 2018. Words Alexandra Jonscher ★ 7/10 Brunt ran at 107 Redfern from August 16-18, 2018. Brunt is a critical exploration of masculinity that challenges young men to closely… Read More


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


Book Review: Drawn to Change – Calling for a Creative Counter Culture Words Fay EdwardsImages Jack Martin Drawn to Change is out now. Grab a Kindle copy or paperback online, or follow @jackmoney_art on Instagram to see more of his work. The value of functional outcomes – a job, a… Read More


Lachlan Herd’s Bioshperes  Words Sean MaroneyImage Andrew Perić The NOW now is a semi-regular festival of experimental and Lachlan Herd’s work, Biospheres, is in the window box until Sunday, April 9th. Sydney’s CBD sparkles with cash and its suburbs abound in red-bricked gold. It is a city narcissistically obsessed… Read More


Review:  Brainchild Words Sam BaranImages Courtesy of the Artists Brainchild is showing tonight, tomorrow & Sunday (September 23 – 25), 7pm. Tickets are $20/25 and available here or on the door. Brainchild consists of two contemporary dance pieces, split into acts and set in the intimate upstairs theatre space of 107 Projects. Read More


We Run This: Reflections of a Creative Producer Words Natalie Wadwell Rigorous discussion broke out at the Giant Dwarf Theatre on Friday 27th May 2016 as a part of We Run This. Drawing on some the ideas of artist run initiatives from across the country, academics, policy advocates, artists and… Read More


Review:  The Big Bruise @ Montague Basement Written by Claire Deakin Photography by Omnes Photography The Big Bruise is not one to mince its words (or visuals, for that matter). Shuffling into the quaint theatre space, we are welcomed by Saro Lusty-Cavallari, the play’s director, who informs the room that, in addition… Read More