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61 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Episode Twenty-Eight: Fire Front - Alison Whittaker, Meleika Gesa-Fatafehi and Laniyuk
In the final episode for this season, we speak with not one but three incredible guests to discuss Fire Front: First Nations Poetry and Power Today. Steph is joined by Fire Front editor and contributor Alison Whittaker, editorial assistant and contributor Meleika Gesa-Fatafehi, and contributor Laniyuk.
43 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
Episode Twenty-Seven: Bernadette Green
Debut children's book author Bernadette Green joins us to discuss picture book based on her own experiences, the collaborative relationship between author and illustrator, and rainbow families (including Steph's experience as an egg donor).
45 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
Episode Twenty-Six: Corrie Chen
Award-winning director and screenwriter Corrie Chen joins us to discuss working in the local screen industry, diversity in the Australian arts community and tips for work-life balance when working from home.
35 minutes | Jan 11, 2021
Episode Twenty-Five: Laura Jean McKay
Delightful writer Laura Jean McKay joins us to discuss releasing a novel about a pandemic during a pandemic, performing animal voices for her audiobook, and healthier ways to consuming the news.
49 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Episode Twenty-Four: Jess O'Callaghan
Podcast producer legend, Jess O'Callaghan, joins us to talk about podcasting trends during the pandemic, how to reimagine real life events when they can’t be IRL, and tips and tricks of podcasting from home.
43 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
Episode Twenty-Three: Aileen Moreton-Robinson
Special guest Distinguished Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson joins us to discuss the 20th anniversary re-release of her seminal book Talkin’ Up to the White Woman: Indigenous Women and Feminism and what it means to be an Indigenous feminist.
46 minutes | Dec 5, 2020
Episode Twenty-Two: Ellena Savage
Writer-genius Ellena Savage joins us to discuss launching her debut book Blueberries during COVID-times, her approach to autobiographical and academic writing, and her decision to quit Twitter.
50 minutes | Dec 13, 2019
Episode Twenty-One: Veronica Sullivan
In this very special episode we shine the spotlight on one of our own, beloved Sisteria co-host Veronica Sullivan. We discuss balancing multiple jobs as an arts worker, tips for travel and self care, and her emotional but important decision.
58 minutes | Dec 13, 2019
Episode Twenty: #MeToo, Creativity and the Law
This episode is an edited version of a live recording we did in November 2019 titled #MeToo, Creativity and the Law in Australia. The event was hosted in partnership with Melbourne-based community group And Also Presents, recorded at Siteworks in Brunswick, supported by the Moreland City Council Community Grants Program.
32 minutes | Dec 13, 2019
Episode Nineteen: Rainbow Chan
The talent behind our theme music, Rainbow Chan, joins us to discuss her show at the NGV the night before, her new album Pillar and working on interdisciplinary art projects with her mum.
46 minutes | Dec 13, 2019
Episode Eighteen: Arrogant Aunts at Audiocraft
In August 2019, we were super lucky to record a live show at Audiocraft podcast festival in Sydney. For this special Arrogant Aunt session we were joined by two amazing advice givers, Sisteria-fave and Hey Aunty Podcast host Shantel Wetherall and Christina Choi, a senior producer on Spotify’s creative development team in NYC.
1 minutes | Dec 12, 2019
Special Summer Series Teaser
As we move into the holiday season, we have a special gift for you: a limited run summer series! Subscribe to our feed a stand by for four special episodes delivered in the next few days.
53 minutes | Mar 8, 2019
Episode Seventeen: Sisteria Live with Geraldine Hickey and Shantel Wetherall
It's Sisteria Live! Comedian Geraldine Hickey and Hey Aunty! podcast host Shantel Wetherall join us on the eve of International Women's Day for our Season Two finale. The team covers everything from earning a living as a creative, the Australian comedy sisterhood, as well as taking on a special bonus Arrogant Aunt on starting your own podcast.
2 minutes | Mar 1, 2019
Sneak Peek: Sisteria Live with Geraldine Hickey & Shantel Wetherall
Season Two of Sisteria is coming to an end - but not without a very special final episode coming your way shortly! Here’s a sneak peak on what we’ve got in store, and why you should definitely be setting your calendar alert/alarm/reminder to make sure you don’t miss our last offering for the season.
9 minutes | Feb 23, 2019
Mini Episode: Arrogant Aunt with Kristy Dickinson
In this Mini Episode Haus of Dizzy creator Kristy Dickinson joins to talk through an Arrogant Aunt question every creative has asked themselves - how the hell do you start when it comes building a project or idea, and how do you know if it's actually any good? We’d love to hear from you! If you have a question you’d like to submit to our Arrogant Aunt segment, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
40 minutes | Feb 16, 2019
Episode Sixteen: Evelyn Ida Morris
Musician Evelyn Ida Morris joins us to discuss exploring their non-binary identity through songwriting and performance, the realities of activist burnout and getting a smooch from Jimmy Barnes at the ARIAs.
29 minutes | Feb 9, 2019
Episode Fifteen: Kristy Dickinson
Kristy Dickinson is putting what she wants to say out into the world, one earring at a time. The Wiradjuri designer and self-described ‘Queen of Bling’ joins to talk the complexities of letting people in to help with the creative process, and why she’s determined to reclaim being a ‘dizzy mole’.
38 minutes | Feb 2, 2019
Episode Fourteen: Judy Horacek
Judy Horacek’s pointy-nosed characters are taking up more space on the page and in the street. The cartoonist, writer and children’s book creator joins to talk the complexities of making art for a living, and why realising what she wanted to say was the key to creating her iconic characters.
28 minutes | Jan 26, 2019
Episode Thirteen: Gemma Flack
Gemma Flack is marking their body in their own way(and thinks you should consider it, too). The artist, zine maker and musician joins to talk the weird and wonderful world of tattooing culture, drawing on paper vs. inking on flesh, and the importance of making things with your hands.
30 minutes | Jan 19, 2019
Episode Twelve: Aretha Brown
And we’re back! For our first episode of 2019 we are joined by young powerhouse Aretha Brown to discuss life after high school, the importance of education about Indigenous culture, and the toll of Invasion Day as an Aboriginal activist.
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