As the Victorian government debates entering treaty negotiation with the state’s Indigenous people, a new website offers users the chance to put questions to Aboriginal icons without fear of being labelled racist or ignorant.
It’s not easy, but only through embracing that which makes us feel vulnerable can we accept that which makes us great.
What if *happily ever after* was not the end of the story, but the beginning of a more important one?
Commissioned to produce two installations at Melbourne’s PROVOCARÉ festival this July, photographer Spencer Tunick reveals to us the origin of his style, the challenge of creating public nude installations, and his plans to transform Chapel Street.
Director Macgregor explores the complexities of survival in a remote and challenging region of North-West Africa.
Zachary R. Wood reveals why it’s worth listening to those we disagree with.
Hugh Mackay reveals the two greatest concerns faced by modern Australian society, and what each of us can do to eradicate them.
In his letter to an aspiring intellectual, professor and theologian Paul J. Griffith shares important lessons for all who pursue excellence.