A Note on TV Forever Marrying your life partner is one thing, but what about if it meant spent post-death eternity together? This is the question at the heart of Forever, where husband and wife June (Maya Rudolph) and Oscar (Fred Armisen) both find themselves united in a pst-death life. XX is
Image by ptra from Pixabay Being an artist, freelancer or an independent creator gives you plenty of creative and artistic freedom, but what about getting paid? Nothing about being an independent creative is easy, although it’s rewarding and interesting, but it is possible to fund your work yourself. Supporting yourself is possible
Photo by Matthew T Rader on Unsplash The Broad recently read an article in the local paper about several new art critics who had just been appointed. Now it’s always encouraging to read stories about mainstream media funding arts coverage, particularly in these times of closures and cutbacks across all outlets.
This month’s round-up of things to watch, read and listen to has a collection suggestions taking inspiration from the last few weeks and the focus on racial injustice, Black Lives Matter protests and what’s currently screening and streaming online. A Note on TV High Fidelity Vintage black coat, Levi’s 501s, pattern shirts and
“Protest beyond the law is not a departure from democracy; it is absolutely essential to it.”― Howard Zinn Image by Betty Martin from Pixabay The thing about the coronavirus is the way it’s exposing the fault lines in societies ― from our economies, job security and accessibility to technology to health equality,
Credit Image by jason M from Pixabay In this week’s post, the Broad lets you know about film screenings and even virtual artists markets which are part of with the week-long National Reconciliation Week event that celebrates Indigenous culture and recognises the ongoing project of reconciliation in Australia. Plus, you can
Photo by Francesco Ungaro on Unsplash This week’s post is a meandering journey through virtual exhibitions, galleries and events available to explore online while we all continue to be in lockdown. Plus there are some other suggestions for podcasts, articles and new music to entertain. In a nod to Slow TV, how