“Being in high school doesn’t mean you get to block out the environmental problems around you, in fact getting into environmentally conscious habits when you’re young can make it easier to keep up the behaviour as you get older because it becomes ingrained.”
An issue many teenagers are confronted by in today’s society. A high schooler explores the impacts of peer pressure and discovers both sides of its depiction.
The Gelo Company’s Class Clowns is a youth focused stand-up comedy competition, which forms part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. We were fortune enough to chat with teen funny man, Lynden Hughes, winner of the Perth Class Clown heat and finalist in the Melbourne competition.
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The crux of Australian culture can be hard to capture in a photograph, these photos try anyway.
Looking for some hip Western Australian conservation art in the form of a throw cushion? Perhaps a shoe? Check out Mahina Arts!
Here are some of our favourite environmentally aware fashion outlets in Perth. Statistics wise, fashion is the second largest polluting industry in the world, after oil. From the ground up, a new, “sustainable” or “slow” fashion movement is beginning to emerge, with small business and second-hand shops using our fixation with the past to influence consumers to shop more sustainably. The vintage aesthetic is slowly gaining popularity, along with the notion of renewable fashion.
Wes Anderson’s second foray into stop-motion animation has been in the back of my mind ever since I discovered his deliciously quirky selection of films a few years ago. His strict aesthetic, combined with meandering stories of idiosyncratic characters and strained family relationships are remarkable in one feature film, let alone nine, and I was anxious to see what he would produce next.
Looking for young talent in the local punk-pop scene? Look no further than Fremantle’s own Figurehead, a four-piece band making waves in Perth’s youth music scene. I had the pleasure of seeing their show at the YMCA Youth Centre in Leederville on the 6th of April and was impressed with the atmosphere, the band’s energy and most importantly- their talent.