Following the release of their debut album ‘Reclaim Australia’, Trials (one half of A.B. Original) joined Backchat to discuss the state of Australian Indigenous politics and music’s role in Aboriginal advocacy.
Artist Jonathan Jones has created a mammoth sculptural installation called barrangal dyara, meaning ‘skin and bones’, to breathe new life into a forgotten moment of Indigenous Australia’s history.
We chat with the curators of Femflix, an exhibition that captures the wealth of powerful, irreverent and hilarious films & animations by Australian feminists in the 90s.
Our first #ootbtbt features Susie Youssef! She was on Out of the Box a few weeks ago, adding ‘DJ’ to the many feathers already in her cap. Listen here for a joyous collection of tunes and yarns about pre-show rituals, hecklers, owls and black comedy. Her show Owl Eyes On You starts tonight.
Shaun Gladwell’s inspirations range from the feeling of flying to combat in Afghanistan, all while staying firmly entrenched in highly relatable situations and experiences
Daniel O’Toole, or EARS, makes paintings, drawings, photos, music and videos. Phew! You might recognise some of his artwork across Newtown, and Ash Berdebes chatted with the man behind it all on Out Of The Box.
Canvas celebrated Daddy’s Day on Sunday by hosting a panel discussion about queer screens, bodies and politics. Listen back to the conversation between Justin Shoulder, Hissy Fit and Anna Helme.