Sugar Republic is a pop up sweets museum and house of fun, which launched earlier this month in Melbourne. Portia Sarris of Orenda Magazine sweet talked with Allison Jones, the artist and creator behind the delicious experience.Read more
Papershrine is a group exhibition showcasing a series of masks curated by renowned Sydney-based paper engineer Benja Harney and his Paperform team.
The collection features the works of both home-grown and international superstar creatives, personally handpicked to share their extraordinary skills by fashioning their pieces entirely out of paper.
On the opening night of Papershrine, Viv Hu of Orenda Magazine sat down with artists Beci Orpin, Spenceroni, Ellen Porteus and Brolga.Read more
The irony of experiencing total elation when fulfilling a lifelong dream is that it never
sounds as good when you try and explain it out loud. Happiness is such an inward emotion,
warming every inch of your soul until your cheeks ache from a permanent smile. I’m positive every pair of eyes currently reading this little entry is familiar with the feeling. Stay in that mindset as I attempt to transport you back to April, in the small township of Bribir in southern Croatia…
Hannah Campbell is a Melbourne-based songwriter and sound maker. Her new single, Run Like Wolves, is inspired by the book Women who Run with the Wolves, by Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estes, a veracious telling of the fierce, powerful and nurturing archetypal woman. We sat down with Hannah on the release day of Run Like Wolves.Read more
I think we live in a harsh and brutal time in society. We’ve grown up thinking “we must not fail, only success is rewarded”. I get it, we all want to do well and feel like we’ve achieved something. Our education system is set up like this: pass/fail. Or in university, we are awarded in numbers and classes of Honors. It’s hard to work against something that is subconsciously indoctrinated into us.Read more
Colour me once is a group art exhibition curated by Tegan Iversen. On the eve of the opening, Orenda Magazine sits down with artists Brigit Annie Lambert, Eliza Stribling and Tegan Iversen.Read more
I don’t believe in fate, but sometimes I wonder. Life is filled with chance encounters, and though it sounds trite, to me the world feels smaller the more you see of it. In a life filled with missed connections, there are some connections that you make where it seems that everything had to fall in place for you to meet.Read more