In 2015, Melbourne Writers Festival celebrated its 30th birthday. To mark the occasion, the Wheeler Centre dropped by the festival's 2015 program launch to hear from Mark Rubbo.
When people think of disability, many images, thoughts and stereotypes may come to mind, however a Melbourne-based international t-shirt competition is striving to change that.
I have been freelance cartooning since the early 1990's and would like to point out to budding young cartoonists: you can make a career of it if you have a red hot go and are prepared to explore new markets.
Rolf Heimann was born in 1940 in Dresden and grew up in East Germany. After he was expelled from the communist youth organisation, at 15 years of age, he escaped into West Germany. At 18 Rolf migrated to Australia.
One night Peeko was out with a friend. They were out at bar having a few drinks. This is Peeko's story of a random act of kindness that happened while she was out.
Kim Mcdonnell is the creator of the global social movement, Project Thankful. She created Thankful to help people remember what they do have, rather than the constant focus on what we still need to do and what we think we still need.
Rosanna Ford is a British born, Melbourne based bridal designer. Her Fair Trade label was launched in 2012 and sits amongst few other in the world offering the ethically made dresses.
A series of walks along the Yarra river result in an exhibition of large-format photography in Federation Square's Atrium.
Staging an outside event in bad weather sometimes leads to disaster. Sometimes, though, it leads to small conversations that make a big difference. Lorin talks about Law Week at Federation Square and the community who turned up and surprised her.
Lynn Berry and her team of crochet enthusiasts come together every second Monday of the month to explore the gratifying craft of crochet, at Federation Square.