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A Winter Delight – Clicquot in the Snow 2018

By | June 6th, 2018|Play, Travel|

Veuve Clicquot in the Snow is back, allowing a luxurious, fun long weekend in August. Powdery slopes, Apres Ski bars & new off mountain experiences, Veuve Clicquot is bringing true clicquot style to Queenstown. Experience four days of Clicquot inspired activities & experiences in the heart of Queenstown. Looking for a Winter Weekend away? Enjoy the [...]

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Mountain Masterclass

By | May 28th, 2018|Travel|

Though which one to be fair… There are thousands of mountains jutting up across the island of Hokkaido, punctuated by deep blue caldera lakes, hot springs, and live volcanoes. With Niseko at its nucleus, this ‘resort’ town has been burgeoning for over 20 years, now playing host to multiple Michelin-starred restaurants. World famous for its [...]

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Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

By | April 30th, 2018|Travel|

If your planning to be hanging around California in May, the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival may be a great event to visit. Providing opportunity to rediscover amazing productions immersed in the Californian culture, this 34th Film Series showcases cinema artists, short film awards a visual communication production. Events, ticketing & venues information can all be found here! [...]

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Another kind of life – London exhibition

By | April 23rd, 2018|Travel|

Another kind of life  Photography on the margins exhibition in London. This exhibition is one dedicated to those who live on the margins of society’s standards. Countercultures, subcultures, drag queens, artists of circus, gang members; all brought to our attention through 20 photographs from 1950’s to the present day.  The selection offers a different view [...]

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Guernica in Paris

By | April 23rd, 2018|Travel|

Heading to Paris? This event is one to put on your holiday list. The Picasso museum in Paris is dedicating an exhibition to ‘Guernica’ –an original Pablo Picasso oil painting, classed as his most famous work. This is an opportunity to rediscover Guernica, and in particular, the rich selection of his preparatory studies and archives. Celebrating [...]

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William Eggleston in New York

By | April 9th, 2018|Travel|

William Eggleston is one of the pioneers of the photography world. Currently showing at the breathtaking Metropolitan Museum of Art, William Eggleston's work spans across 75 days depicting scenes from the American Life, produced from colour negatives between 1965 & 1974. Williams' iconic first colour photograph will be a part of the exhibition, too. If [...]

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SALT Festival Australia

By | April 9th, 2018|Travel|

EVENT || SALT FESTIVAL Australia Salt Festival 'builds a new and innovative community.' Why not invest, and enjoy interacting with a myriad of artists & contributors! Share visions, innovation and connect with like minded folk to talk about the planet, the arts, and the world around us. 'SALT celebrates the impact of people converging though creative [...]

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Love island – an ode to small landforms

By | February 14th, 2018|Travel|

Moments staring out the window, slipping into a blur of blissful nothingness as we ride a train through unknown lands, having long and frivolous conversations with locals in small foreign towns, and watching dappled sunlight pass through gaps in the leaves of a tree don't know the name of. Our travel ideas for 2018 are [...]

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To wander aimlessly – in praise of the flaneur

By | February 7th, 2018|Travel|

  Living in cities can be extremely recharging. Streets bustling with life, the constant generation of ideas occurring, all forms of diversity unfolding before your very eyes. On the flip side however, after the occasional day of hard blows and perpetual weariness cities can feel like a torture chamber, with thousands of beady [...]

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The deeper truth beyond plastic waste

By | November 24th, 2017|Travel, Uncategorized, Unearthed|

If you watched the 6 o'clock news last week you may have heard about recent global studies surrounding the reality of plastic waste in our oceans. Scientists and researchers have uncovered startling truths about the perpetual journey our plastic bottles, bags, containers and cosmetics embark on once they come to leave plain sight. The Mariana [...]

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