Canberra-based musicians Charlie Versegi, Ellen Chan, Hayley Manwaring and Hayden Fritzlaff make up the bold punk rock foursome that is making waves nationally with their powerful sound.
“I’ve always enjoyed drawing but I think it was when I started publicly sharing my work with others that I realised it was something I really want to do with my time.”
“Since then, I’ve been faced with a slew of questions regarding my sexuality – from friends, acquaintances and family. Some of these are annoying, while others make me laugh. To set things straight, I thought I’d answer some of them for you.”
“Nevertheless, she hopefully remarked: ‘We are more progressive in our hearts, even if our politicians aren’t.’”
“I’m studying psychology and want to eventually incorporate art therapy into my practice. People differ so much, and traditional dialogue-based therapy mightn’t be effective for everyone …”
Name: Laura Perkov Pronouns: I’m a cis woman and I use she/her/hers pronouns. Study: I’m heading into my fourth year of law/arts (anthropology). Home: I currently live in Kaleen, Canberra – but hail from Liverpool in Sydney’s south-west. Languages: English and some (very bad) Croatian. Favourite word: “legit”. Favourite colour: all shades of blue. Favourite genre of movie: science-fiction and romantic …
Imagine this: you are born into a world in which anyone can get married to whomever they choose. When you are deciding who to marry, or sleep with, or date, you just look around at everyone and choose someone who makes you feel happy and who you get along with. It’s not ‘normal’ for there …
Part I of an interview series with those most affected by the postal vote.
“I have been listening to podcasts since around 2009. Podcasting has been around for a while longer than that – it was first created as a play on the then popular ‘iPod’.”
“As a feminist philosopher I have extensive knowledge of the issues at stake in gender equity at our university as well as experience in advocacy and activism in this space.”