Canadian director Slater Jewell-Kemker and her mother and film producer Wendy Kemker chatted with Canada Down Under about how their film Youth Unstoppable continues to serve as an inspiration and “living documentary” for global youth.
As part of the annual “In Dialogue” series at the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP), Canadian Indigenous artist Meryl McMaster and Australian indigenous photographer James (Possum) Tylor explore their multi-cultural heritage and indigenous identity through the medium of landscape photography.
Environmental artist Marc Walter’s sculpture ‘Buddy’ stood proudly among works from local and international artists this year at the world’s largest free to the public sculpture exhibition in Sydney’s east. Walter is one of two Canadian artists selected for Bondi’s Sculpture by the Sea in 2018.
Canadian journalist Alanna Mitchell is on a mission – to get the message out that the ocean is in trouble, and life on earth as we know it will feel the effects quickly if we don’t do something about it.
In her feature film, The Sun at Midnight, director, writer and producer Kirsten Carthew takes viewers on a journey into the picturesque landscapes of Canada’s extraordinary Northwest Territories
Postcards from #Canada150 My plan was to spend the first year volunteering at festivals, through the WWOOF and Helpx networks,…
Sheila Watt-Cloutier is a passionate human rights and climate change campaigner with a strong message. Her home in the Arctic is changing, and her people are fighting for survival.