Culture

Archie Roach

Indigenous Australian singer, Archie Roach has had to overcome many challenges, living through the stolen generation and surviving a stroke. He explains how he remains upbeat and creative and gives us a preview of his new album ‘Into the Bloodstream’.

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London Design Festival 2012 highlights

First staged in 2003, the London Design Festival is one of the world’s most important annual design events. The Festival programme is made up of over 300 events and exhibitions staged by hundreds of partner organisations across the design spectrum and from around the world. We take a look at this years highlights.

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Interview: Clare Bowditch

Singer songwriter and Offspring actress Clare Bowditch talks family, happiness, and addiction with MiNDFOOD.

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Interview: Violinist Sally Cooper

Violinist Sally Cooper has performed with a host of respected stars, including Guy Sebastian, Ronan Keating, Michael Buble, Harry Connick Jnr, and Rod Stewart. She chats to us about her gift of the string.

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Venice Film Festival 2012

The world’s oldest film festival, Venice, has opened, this year celebrating its 80th anniversary. Scroll through our gallery to see what the stars wore on opening night.

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Interview with photographer John McRae

People’s choice winner of the Australian National Portrait Prize, photographer John McRae talks to MiNDFOOD about working with his subject, the late Margaret Olley.

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David Bromley portraits

David Bromley is an Australian British visual artist who is well-known for his unique female portraits and children’s series. Take a look at some of his artworks in our gallery.

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Preview Gallery: 18th Biennale of Sydney

The 18th Biennale of Sydney has unveiled its highlights for the highly-respected art event, to be presented for free from 27 June until 16 September 2012.

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MiNDFOOD interviews: Lionel Richie

Music legend Lionel Richie was recently in the country, and MiNDFOOD got to chat to the mega star about his famous family, relationship with his son-in-law, fame, and latest #1 album. Mariam Digges Reports.

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Interview: Fraser Walter from ‘The Tenors’

Australian born Fraser Walter, one quarter of Canadian music group The Tenors, talks to us about their recent performance for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

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MiNDFOOD interviews: Lionel Richie

Music legend Lionel Richie was recently in the country, and MiNDFOOD got to chat to the mega star about his famous family, relationship with his son-in-law, and latest #1 album. Mariam Digges reports.

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Artist wunderkind splashes into NY

Five-year-old art prodigy Aelita Andre returns to New York with another vibrant solo show, “Aelita Andre: Secret Universe”.

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VIVID Festival lights up for school kids

We talk to Ramin Jahromi about how Sydney’s VIVID Light Festival is helping to inspire a new generation of young designers through special workshops that emphasize the importance of design.

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Interview: Author, Sue Williams

One in four Austalians never travel beyond the city. Author of ‘Woman of the Outback’, Sue Williams chats about her latest book, ‘Welcome to the Outback’, and why we must all venture to the sun-filled red land.

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Lindsay Becomes Liz

Lindsay Lohan looks to have made a successful transformation into Elizabeth Taylor, as she starts filming the made-for-TV movie, “Liz & Dick.”

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Gallery: MTV Movie Awards 2012

Hollywood’s hottest stars stepped out for the annual MTV Movie Awards, with awards accepted by Jennifer Aniston, Kristen Stewart, Elizabeth Banks and more. Scroll through our winner’s gallery.

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Gallery: Vivid Sydney 2012

From huge 3D mapped projections on Sydney Opera House, Customs House and Museum of Contemporary Art Australia to interactive light art sculptures, giant glowing dandelions, fibre optic sea grass and animatronic dancing lamps, this year’s lighting at Vivid Sydney will once again transform Sydney into a colourful playground of light.

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Eurovision ‘Euphoria’ for Sweden

In the Swedish capital, Stockholm, the Eurovision Song Contest victory celebrations went on long into the night. Their big hope, Loreen, gave the country its first Eurovision win since 1999.

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Meet Miss Maureen

Miss Maureen has written more than 200 songs for young children. Her daughter Anna Whitehead chats about her mum’s debut album.

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Watch: The Great Gatsby trailer

Shot in Sydney and set in New York City in 1922, the trailer for Baz Luhrmann’s highly anticipated adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel ‘The Great Gatsby’ has arrived.

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Gallery: Sennowe Park

Take a stroll through Sennowe Park, one of Norfolk’s most romantic and impressive large Edwardian country houses set in sweeping parkland.

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MiNDFOOD Radio: Scott Hill

Former Kangaroos and Melbourne Storm rugby star Scott Hill has consulted some of Australia’s best sportspeople for his latest book, Secrets of Top Captains Revealed. He shares with us what he believes makes a great leader in any field.

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GALLERY: Damien Hirst

See our gallery of images of some of acclaimed artist Damien Hirst’s confronting artworks.

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Marking a Titanic anniversary

Ceremonies are held in Ireland and at sea to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.

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