Young People Defining Brisbane
In Brisbane, many of the most dedicated, motivated and active young people in our community are connected with the Visible Ink space. Young people currently access the space for training, workshops, networking events, meetings, rehearsals, art projects, skills development, setting up a business, planning sessions, forums, debates, performances, exhibitions, film editing and much more. We profile these Young People Defining Brisbane here. If you are a Young Person Defining Brisbane and interested in being profiled visit this page to tell us about you.
Invasion is a new up and coming, Brisbane-based Hip Hop Dance Crew made up of passionate and enthusiastic dancers from a diverse range of......
A photographic exhibition by Brisbane based young person Christine Schindler that tells amazing stories of Mongolian girls in keeping their ancient art
Pentimento Productions first heard about the space when we started rehearsing for “The Truth About Kookaburra’s” by Sven Swenson, and
Lauren Sherrit gives us a bit of a run down on her upcoming performance Level 2, for the Short &
Steph Woo, Justin Boase, Charleen Marsters and James Davie met during their studies at Griffith University and have used their
With the Short & Sweet Festival less than a week away, Jordan Schulte, Kate Bradford, and director Iain Gardiner sat
Teen Challenge QLD volunteer Annika Thomas, who grew up in the south-eastern suburbs of Brisbane, helps out in marketing and fundraising for the cause.
The team behind zine "Wom*news" tell us about the zine, and how you can get involved.
Being from Singapore, it would be so bizarre for my 14-year-old self to envision being the person I am today in Brisbane, Australia. Life......
Alex Campbell wants you to know that anyone can make art and anyone can make a zine and she thinks you should give it......