Tag Archive: australia

Happy International Womens Day! The making of The Vagina Monologues set

Happy International Womens Day! Thought it’d be fitting to post some of the making of photos from the set for V-Day Melbournes production of The Vagina Monologues. I co-designed and built the set… Continue reading

Opening tonight! The Vagina Monologues at The Convent, March, 5, 6, 7th

DIY: Furniture Restoration Introduction Workshop! Sunday, 2nd March, 2014

Register for the class here!

National day of climate action! This Sunday all around Australia! Get on it!

Maker Machine: The Mobile Makerspace on Pozible

Maker Machine is a a mobile maker space that brings 21st century tools such as 3D printing and robotics to schools and clubs across Australia.   Maker Machine is the realisation of the… Continue reading

Sustainable Living Festival + Bikefest/Treadlie Bike Market this weekend!

  This coming weekend is the main event for the Sustainable Living Festival. Back for another year, and packed full of all sorts events, talks and workshops. The festival kicked off last Saturday… Continue reading

Stickworks comes to Fed Square

Over the last month I’ve been assisting in the construction of one of Patrick Dougherty’s Stickworks installations. It is going to call Fed Square’s ampitheatre home for the next 4 months. Patrick has… Continue reading

Subscribe now to The Nose Newspaper on Pozible!

It’s subscription time! The Nose is running a subscription drive via Pozible, and it’s time for you to get on board! I’m going to be contributing a DIY column. So far the projects… Continue reading

UPLOADED: DESIS Lab Melbourne, Q&A panel discussion 2012

Panel discussion with Cameron Tonkinwise (Parsons New School for Design and Carnegie Mellon University); Mel Edwards & Justin Barrie (Design Managers Australia); Kate Archdeacon (VEIL) and David Hood (Doing Something Good) This event… Continue reading

The Nose: DIY

There’s a new newspaper in town! The Nose… The Nose is Melbourne‚Äôs new free fortnightly newspaper of satire, journalism and literary review. Written, produced and edited by a cast of young Melbourne spivs,… Continue reading