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Feminism Orenda Chats With Pop Culture

Gemma Hartley on Writing Fed Up, Emotional Labour and the Conversation on Women’s Frustration. 

If all unpaid domestic labour in Australia was paid, it would be worth 33.9% of our GDP. That’s a lot of cash, and Gemma Hartley knows it. After her viral Harper’s Bazaar article, and with the launch of her book Fed Up last year, we sat down with Gemma for a Brisbane Writer’s Festival x Orenda Magazine Interview.

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Art + Design Orenda Chats With

Back For Seconds: Orenda Chats with Sugar Republic Creator Allison Jones

You can’t buy happiness, but a trip to Sugar Republic is the next best thing. Never one to settle for just one scoop, Australia’s sweet-as-sugar interactive exhibition is BACK. We first sweet-talked with artist and creator Allison Jones back when Sugar Republic first launched  in July. She’s now treated us to another interview — because there’s always room for more dessert.

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Art + Design Orenda Chats With

Melbourne Women in Film Festival: Orenda Chats With Jub Clerc

The Melbourne Women in Film Festival is back for another year. The MWFF envisions a world where a diversity of women’s voices, stories and creativity are equally recognised and celebrated.  It aims to at celebrate and support the work of women filmmakers and creatives – from directors, writers and producers to cinematographers, sound designers and editors. Chantelle Grey of Orenda Magazine sat down with Director of opening night short film Storytime (2009), Jub Clerc.

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