There’s a lot to love about Jeanne Beuvin’s work. The French artist’s dreamy depictions of women surfing rendered in a palette of beach-inspired hues is exactly the sort of post-lockdown summer mood we need.
Free speech, censorship, bigotry and power dynamics — there are many layers to the knotty, often-divisive topic of “cancel culture”. We debate the merits and dangers of mob justice and ask if it’s ever right to “cancel” a person.
Plant medicines have played a pivotal role in health care and beauty rituals around the world. Weaving traditional plant wisdom into your daily beauty routine through the food you enjoy or products you choose to apply topically can help to naturally boost your health from the inside out.
Discover why the virtual space may very well be the future of work.
Amid her quest for belonging, digital nomad Asmaa Guedira discovers how stories work to value difference beyond fear and discrimination.
Jean O’Reeri, a Ngarinyin woman from Karunjie Station in Western Australia, shares her tips on respectful and ethical travel to remote Aboriginal country.
Contemporary indigenous artist, Lauren Freestone, uses her art to tell her mob’s stories — of hardship and of Country — and to start conversations around acknowledgment and reconciliation for First Nation people.