Local musicians have been enlisted to help make Geelong’s city mall area feel safer
The social media trend that’s catering to our shortening attention spans
The lowdown on Marvel’s latest film
Find out what film critics think of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
Hoping to open again: Piccinini’s exhibition is waiting
It’s been delayed, open and closed over the past few months due to lockdowns, but Patricia Piccinini’s exhibition A Miracle Constantly Repeated is now sitting waiting to open again at Melbourne’s Flinders Street ballroom.
Capturing an audience without a crowd
The creator of a viral video tells why he needed to highlight what Covid has been like for those in show business.
You choose the winners in this art prize
An annual portrait exhibition in Geelong has a bit of a twist this year, as Dscribe reporter Ellen Dodd finds out
This is how lockdown helped turn a hairdresser into an artist
Unable to open her hairdressing salon in lockdown, this Melbourne woman pursued her passion for art and is now making money out of it for herself and for charity.
Review: The Bad Batch explores a new Star Wars era
The Bad Batch, a sequel to The Clone Wars, explores a new era of the Star Wars universe, and Madelyne Knape likes it.
How Ray Martin is helping to save lives
Dscribe’s Dane Uechtritz chats with media icon Ray Martin to find out how he is making the most of his legendary name to help charities.
A new frame of mind: the photographers rejecting the digital age
A limited number of shots, a complicated development process, a long wait – it’s all worth it for these film-only, old-school photographers