Beyond art school and into the art world, the aphorism ‘in it to win it’ is oft-repeated. But through the many applications funded on last dollars, I’ve realised that there’s something else at play.
After finding myself on the receiving end of rather vicious cyber harassment, I learned revenge is a dish best served with coffee.
As a parting gift to TBS, Juliette Furio’s final artist interview will be frankly charting her own process, and the doubts within.
Juliette Furio chats with painter Dolan Reskov, who explores how the discipline, beauty and freedom from his past in graffiti and street art translates to the canvas. Street artist turned painter, Dolan Reskov aka Cheeba, gained some notoriety as a “writer” (graffiti artist) in the late ’90s during the 2nd wave of Sydney street art,…
In her latest #artistinterview, Juliette Furio chats with Liam Gale of Liam Gale and the Ponytails, discovering what’s next for the man and the band, and learns about things bluesy, expressive, and human.
Juliette Furio talks nightmares, dark impulses, propositions and freedom of expression with young dancer-artist Aly Firbank, finding it “hard to say where the dancing stops and its place in fine arts performance begins.”
In Juliette Furio’s latest #ArtistInterview, TBSers are treated to the world of artist, model and student of linguistics, Susan Joy Krieg.
Juliette Furio discusses all things ceramics with Rachael McCallum, finding the chemistry, science and art in her work is reflected in every part of her life.
It’s been a “Charlie”-heavy week on TBS, as it has for many publications, and we wrap it up with a short piece by Juliette Furio about what it’s like on the ground in Paris.
In the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo killings, photographer and regular TBS contributor Juliette Furio sends us some images from Paris of the march for peace on Sunday 11th January.
Continuing our Artist Interview series in 2015, Juliette Furio talks to installation artist Hannah Toohey about her work – past, present and future…
Juliette Furio sits down with Sophie Fletcher Watson who shares her past, her future and the love of her life, talking all things salsa.
In this month’s artist interview, Juliette Furio has Rhian Saunders discussing all things opera, “popera,” as well as the innovative singer’s connection with her audience.
A few weeks ago, Juliette Furio sat down with contemporary classical composer James Maher, and learned his creative passion lay just as much with words as it does music.
Next up in Juliette Furio’s monthly artist interviews is up-and-coming sculptor Elyssa Sykes-Smith on strong women, the power of imagination and red lipstick.
In the first of a series of interviews with creatives from a range of artistic disciplines, Juliette Furio takes us into the chiaroscuro world of painter Guy Francis Martin.
Juliette Furio challenges the old quip “Art is useless”, noting throughout history art has been catalyst for cultural revolution, impassioned debate and social change.