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JCUSA Sport name Max Johnston as Mixed Touch Football Coach

JCUSA Sport & Recreation are happy to announce Max Johnston will be coaching the mixed touch football team. Max is a JCU Alumni who, throughout his degree, was heavily involved in JCUSA Sport & Recreation...

The Collision of Worlds

By Paris Morgan Artist Statement 'The Collision of Worlds' is based on the ancient greek epic poem the ‘Odyssey’, and reflected upon the collision of worlds. It centres around five figures: three mortals: Penelope, Telemachus and...

Meet Nisha Goldsworthy: Clothing Designer, Environmental Activist, and Founder of Designs by NICHE

I met Nisha while volunteering. At every encounter since this young earthling has provided me with her shining ray of inspiration. Nisha, currently mid-way through her Masters of Science by research, loves creatures of...

Triad

by Zachari Weston ‘Triad’ is a conceptual piece that acted as my testing grounds for a large scale series I am working on called Skyline. My main focus for this piece was to tune in...

Valerie Cornet: Photographer, Divemaster and Remote Sensing Scientist.

Meet Valerie, a photographer, divemaster, and remote sensing scientist from the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. Val has embarked on a journey of self-acceptance over 23 years, experimenting with different creative outlets. Val completed her...

7 Ways to Reduce Plastic Waste: Gina Karnasch

Meet Gina, a Marine Scientist and Plastic Waste Warrior. Born in Germany but currently living in Townsville, Queensland. Gina has completed her Bachelor's degree in Marine Biology and is now working as a scientific...

Your Mind is a Garden

“Hold wonderful pictures in your mind’s eye” – Robin Sharma. Caring for our mental health has never been more vital. In fact, mindfulness is becoming trendy- it’s everywhere. People are meditating all the time -...

Gorge Falls

“I aim to capture the essence of a moment” - Tiffany Dun 12.04.20 Leaves speckle golden Like burnt timber dancing through The canopy green. The afternoon hue Gently fades, leaving us here In the quiet shade. In the glacial pool. I watch rocks...