Setting the mood for the festive time ahead: PLATFORM Youth Culture Magazine writer and sub-editor Arianne James describes her first encounter of FAUX MO, the MONA FOMA after party.
Hobart’s fourth annual Light Up the Lane Festival
Life changes pretty quickly, don’t you think? Skylah Fisher asks a few young people a valuable question: What I wish I knew five years ago. How would you respond?
Bullying – whether you are a victim, a witness or maybe even an unintentional perpetrator – is something too many of us face.
Nick is working on his EP Water Music, released on 17 July.
Madelena is a young indie pop artist with a jazz voice background and a sweet, genuine song-writing tone
Rhona’s drawings are intimate and beautifully invasive pictures, giving us a glimpse into the vulnerable, hidden sides of the people she chooses to draw.
We chat with emerging street artist Rhiannon Bryce who tells us, “Confidence is a huge thing! It’s like building up a muscle, the more you do, the better you get at it!”
Two beautifully poetic pieces submitted by Tess Harkin, ‘Setting Sun’ and ‘Bird’…
Evangeline Drinnan’s creative response to ‘The Secret River’ by Kate Grenville.
A wonderful creative story submission from our youngest writer, Steffi Kokkoris.
Popular culture is on the rise. From superhero movies to the mobile game Pokemon Go, it is almost impossible to go out and not see how pop culture has influenced society today.