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.
A high schooler reflects on the pressure put on children to grow up fast by looking at the impact social media, the school environment, and even competitive parents have on the experience of childhood.
Jessica Townsend’s 2017 debut novel Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow is making waves in the children’s fantasy scene. We checked out the novel to see what all the fuss was about and we were not disappointed.
Mathew Bell presents an easy to follow guide for teens looking to start writing art reviews. Grab a notebook, head to your local art gallery and go!
In the age of ‘alternative facts’ can we trust anything?
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You wouldn’t steal a movie. You wouldn’t steal a phone or a car. So why do people deem it acceptable to steal a culture? By Kelsi Taylor Cultural appropriation has […]
By Vivien Pua Approaching the conclusion of my high school career, I began to question if I had got as much out of the experience as my 6-year-old self had […]