Posts Categorized: Opportunities

Brisbane Feminist Festival

Visible Ink tenants and all-round inspiring crew of advocates at the One Woman Project are excited to be bringing back to Brisbane another instalment of the Brisbane Feminist Festival.

Last July, the One Woman Project (OWP) hosted Brisbane’s Finest Feminists conference which sold out two months prior to the conference date. Participant enjoyed seminars and panel discussions on The Future of Feminism in Australia, Men in Feminism and Eco-Feminism, to mention a few. The focus for all of the feminist work the OWP does is inclusive intersectional feminism – to represent diversity of gender, class, race and ability in all discussions.

Given the success of past conference, the OWP are confident that this festival will be even bigger, better, more engaging and thought provoking. This festival aims to put Brisbane on the map as the progressive feminist capital of the Southern Hemisphere. It’s going to feature cutting edge artists, politicians, advocates and activists with controversial ideas to challenge participants.

The Brisbane Feminist Festival is a unique opportunity to engage with an amazing line up of guests, covering a diverse range of backgrounds and topics. The full program has been announced over at the One Woman Project website, where you can also find out more about the incredible work that this youth-led organisation has been conducting.

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Starting at Zero

Calling on young musicians, producers and performers!

Hot on the heals of the QUBE Effect during Brisbane Youth Week, Brisbane City Council and Qmusic are hosting a workshop as part of Qmusic’s Brisbane Industry Connect program.

Starting at Zero – Introduction to Industry Connect, will be held on Thursday April 20, 6- 7:30pm here at Visible Ink. The workshops aim is to wipe the slate clean of all the preconceptions about what the music industry is, give you a broad view of the current music industry landscape and work on some personalised goal-setting for each participant.

You can book your place here and if you require any more information, contact Trina at Qmusic on 3257 0013.


Be Enterprising Panel Discussion

Thinking about starting your own business but have no idea how to get it off the ground? Visible Ink is hosting a Be Enterprising panel discussion following young entrepreneurs through their journey. Come along to hear about their experiences, lessons, achievements and advice as a young person starting out. The guest speakers are James Banks the cofounder of WEB3, Rhea Mozo who started Zenify Me, Isaac Holmyard who is the Opportunities Manager at Little Tokyo Two among other things. Anne Kelly who is an young entrepreneur and artist.

Be Enterprising Panel Discussion is part of Youth Week @ Visible Ink, Monday 3rd April, 2:30pm-5pm.

Rhea Mozo

Rhea Mae Mozo is the Founder of Zenify Me, Australia’s leading Live Chat AI Lead Generation Company based in Brisbane. She is the first round winner of 7 Day Start Up Challenge by Dan Norris and has helped mentor startups within the tech space in Australia.  She is Passionate about excelling her clients customer service expectations and taking their digital presence to the next level with Machine Learning.

James Banks

Through his WordPress specialist agency, Web3, James helps organisations generate more revenue from WordPress websites built to convert traffic into profit. Over the last half decade, he has helped hundreds of local, national and international organisations such as the Queensland Government, Brisbane & Gold Coast City Council, Mercedes Benz AMG, Culture Kings, Mosaic Property Group & Guide Dogs Queensland succeed with their online strategy. As a speaker at WordCamp Melbourne & Sydney & Brisbane, he is passionate about helping people in getting the most out of WordPress. He also loves working together with other online marketing and WordPress consultants to deliver data-driven results.

Anne Kelly

Anne is a young Brisbane creative, dabbling in various forms of design and independent media circulation. She runs her own design business, built off the back of a history of freelancing in IT. Anne is also a practicing artist, the entrepreneur behind Sober Bob Monthly – an outfit selling indie badges, patches and stickers, and volunteers at Visible Ink running the zine collective ‘Copy & Destroy’.

Youth Week 2017 @ VI

Brisbane Youth Week is happening again from 31 March – 9 April and the crew at Visible Ink are getting ready for a range of events and pop-ups in the Valley. Check out our full Youth Week lineup here.

Brisbane Youth Week provides opportunities for young people to share ideas, have their voices heard on issues of concern to them, attend live events and celebrate their contribution to the community.