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What is Art Therapy - Brunswick Daily
What is Art Therapy?

What is Art Therapy?

In this interview with Emma Noack, we learn about the different myths behind Art Therapy. Does the art therapist interpret my artwork? What happens during an art therapy session? What's the main difference between traditional therapy and art therapy?

Read this article to learn more.

Moxie Delite - Brunswick Daily
Moxie’s Legacy

Moxie’s Legacy

“My ‘Legacy’ is to show people who are on the alternative style that their vision is welcomed and they can be successful” says Moxie Delite. After introducing herself, Moxie shares why she produced "Legacy", an unprecedented event with Drag Queens, Mentors, Judges, and all the drama right on live stage right here in Brunswick.

The Merri Creek - Brunswick Daily
The Merri Merri

The Merri Merri

With NAIDOC week 2023 happening we turn our attention to the place that has a long, powerful significance in the history of the Wurundjeri-Willam people and Brunswick. Our cherished and charming creek called the Merri.

Click here to learn Merri Creek's history and how its presence, its renewing force, and personality have shaped who we currently are.

Leonard French - Brunswick Daily
The Boy from Brunswick

The Boy from Brunswick

What does the magnificent stained glass ceiling of the Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria have to do with Brunswick?

The answer is Leonard French. A Brunswick artist "delighted in publicly roasting the Australian art establishment, seeing its art historians, curators and cavilling newspaper critics as his natural enemies".

Learn more about him or teach us something about him in this article.

Aurelia St Clair - Brunswick Daily
What Connects Everything?

What Connects Everything?

Aurelia St Clair is a writer, comedian, podcaster, and model but what brings everything together?

In this interview, Pablo talks to Aurelia about the different characters that we play in life, communication in relationships, feminism, and of course, her favourite spot in Brunswick.

Click here to read and enjoy this interview.

The Wurun - Brunswick Daily
The Wurun

The Wurun

The Wurndjeri Woi-Wurrung people are the traditional custodians of Brunswick. "The Wurun" is a tribute, an eulogy, and a praise for this land in the form of a poem. Wurun means Gum Tree and it was from this tree's perspective that Pablo tried to weave his words.

Always was
Always will be.

Harry Ivory- Brunswick Daily
Harry Ivory (1914-2004) – A Brunswick legend who spanned the generations

Harry Ivory (1914-2004) – A Brunswick legend who spanned the generations

The word ‘legend’ is overused these days but if there ever was one in Brunswick, it would have to be Harry Ivory. Harry trained countless boxers over a period of six decades and, at times, they dominated the card at Festival Hall. “He didn’t just teach people how to box and to defend themselves but was inspirational through his actions, words and great insight about life”. Learn his story through the eyes of one of his trainees, Barry York.

Tom Bentley - Brunswick Daily
Tom Bentley

Tom Bentley

Learn more about multi-ethnic networks of knowledge, local businesses and accessible good quality education from Tom Bentley's perspective, a supportive netball dad to his daughters and a resident of Brunswick East who also happens to be the Executive Director for Policy and Impact at RMIT University.