Photography

Talent Unearthed

Talent Unearthed

Indigenous Fashion Unearthed Project participants Chantell Waho-Moo, featured on eARTh emag’s February cover (in a photo by Wayne Quilliam), and photographer Jason McNally share a […]

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Maasai Couture

Maasai Couture

The Maasai are some of the most striking and fashionable people on the planet. Not bad for semi-nomadic pastoralists living on the plains of East Africa. […]

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First Word

First Word

Whatungarongaro te tangata, toitū te whenua As man disappears from sight, the land remains This statement in Te Reo Maori (the language of Maori) demonstrates […]

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Cry me a River

Cry me a River

Have you ever stood before a piece of art and wept? With the work of Nici Cumpston, it’s hard not to. Her painterly photographs of riverscapes […]

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An Unlikely Environment – Afrika Tikkun

An Unlikely Environment – Afrika Tikkun

Where does the environment that we ‘should’ care about begin or end? Which environments are okay not to care about? People who look to protect […]

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Spinifex Country

Spinifex Country

5 October – 8 December Flinders University City Gallery State Library of South Australia Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery (Special Exhibitions) South Australian Museum Curated by […]

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New Kid on the Woodford Block

New Kid on the Woodford Block

Reasonably new to the creative landscape of Woodfordia is photographer Martin Ollman, whose work not only graces our back cover but throughout two of our […]

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Aligning with the stars

Aligning with  the stars

Artistic pairings with the landscape can produce inspired results. There are those who do not necessarily class themselves as artists, in the strict sense, but produce […]

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Back Cover Feature Artwork

Back Cover Feature Artwork

Through the Lens

Through the Lens

Photographs by Raoul Slater Raoul Slater shares with eARTh what it is like to photograph a festival such as Floating Land, again and again. Documenting […]

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