THERE'S SOMEONE YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT. ASH NAYLOR. NEWCASTLE-BASED PHOTOGRAPHER, SUPPORTER OF ALL AGES LIVE MUSIC AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR AT THE BOYS DON'T CRY COLLECTIVE.Read More
Catching up one morning at Whitebridge’s Pegs Café between juggling child drop-off and collection, I sat down for a coffee and a chat with Jessica Ross about her photography craft – and, as it turned out, a little bit about moving to Newcastle, discovering the city as a new resident and with a new family. Let’s make sure she feels welcome in our city.Read More
Originally from Maitland, musical talent wasn’t actually a family trait for Mark. Instead, it was something he took on himself at a very early age.
‘I grew up in Maitland, but I’m okay now,’ he laughed.Read More
Meeting in the recently opened Glazed at the Hunter end of Union Street, I caught up with the owner, Lucas, who chatted to me between serving customers.Read More
After talking with Mel, I’m convinced there is nothing she can’t do, although she isn’t the type to boast. These roles were unravelled in our conversation as passing comments, small details in her story rather than a list of achievements.Read More
Tomorrow night, Burlesque Life Drawing is coming to The Edwards Bar.
The event is run by Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School, who are here to change the perception of life drawing. Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School began in 2005 by artist Molly Crabapple,with a simple concept. Artist’s draw glamorous burlesque dancers, compete in contests, and win wacky prizes.Read More
What brought you to hip-hop?Read More
MRAG is hosting the Brenda Clouten Scholarship once again this year. What was it like for you to be runner-up back in 2016?Read More
As a publication that is constantly striving to showcase the best local attractions, it seems only fitting that Maitland Regional Art Gallery (MRAG) find its way onto Newcastle Mirage.Read More
For those of us who don’t know, what is The Dungeon?Read More