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I have one more article to write about NatCon for Farrago, but for now I’m going to jot down some thoughts.

OPINION: NatCon is desperately in need of reform

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  • Review: Passenger 25/1/17 In the last week of January, thousands came together to see Passenger perform his one and only Melbourne show at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl. The weather was on its best behaviour for the outdoor event, and the grounds were covered by those of all ages and backgrounds. Kids were rolling down the hill while […]
  • Review: Nocturnal Animals   In 1750, Jean Jacques Rousseau attempted to diagnose the sickness at the heart of his contemporary French artistic life. To the maverick philosopher, France’s art world “stifled in men’s breasts that sense of original liberty for which they seem to have been born”. The artists of his day, obsessed by status and reputation, had […]
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  • The Art of Banksy Review Banksy has proved to be one of the most mystifying and controversial street artists of our time, covering urban spaces with his satirical art worldwide. While some may consider the hooded man a criminal, violating public space with his blunt messages, others view him as an artistic mastermind who found a way to make people […]
  • More Than Just a Meal In a society where this issue has previously divided and angered people, the plight of asylum seekers has now become a vague sing-song in our ears.
  • In Defense of Pop Culture A defining aspect of pop culture is its ability to reach a large audience – and it is in this ability that pop culture is so powerful.
  • A Kind of Magic: An Interview with We Will Rock You Actress Erin Clare Farrago caught up with actress Erin Clare, who’s currently performing one as the rebel bohemian Scaramouche in the Melbourne season of the rock musical We Will Rock You.
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