Marina Go

Marina Go

This publishing executive and board Chair has always kept an eye on the future, and the beacon at the top of the hill.  Back in 1989, within 3 years of…
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The Guide

Hats off to everyone running a business in these times. Covid waves have buffeted every corner of the earth and hospitality and other service industries have been particularly hard hit.…
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Motivational Material

Motivational Material

In uncertain times, look for the good. We’ve prepared another iso-friendly list of reading/watching activities to keep our brains activated over the next month. In the spirit of this month’s…
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Walk the Talk

So far 2020 hasn’t been the most fun-filled year. In fact, it’s been an absolute doozy. But in searching for a glimmer of hope, we need look no further than…
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Art

Art and The Heart

Illustration Niki Fisher ‘The Arts’ is a catch-all for modes of human expression that use skill or imagination in the creation of aesthetic objects, environments, or experiences that can be shared with others.…
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Art good for health

Why Art is good for our health

The French novelist and critic Stendhal was visiting Florence in 1817 when he was overcome by the beauty of its art. “I was in a sort of ecstasy…absorbed in the…
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International Art Market

The International Art Market

Global art market sales have grown rapidly from an estimate of US$39.5 billion (AU$57 billion) in 2009 to US$64.1 billion (AU$97 billion) in 2019 (McAndrew, 2020). The US, UK and…
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MCA Chair Lorraine Tarabay

This month Lorraine Tarabay steps into the role of Museum of Contemporary Art Chair with the blessing of the incumbent Chair, her mentor and longstanding MCA benefactor Cav. Simon Mordant…
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The Paramount Art Tour

The Office Space is well known for creating beautiful, aspirational offices, incorporating new forward-thinking working environments, exceptional services and facilities. What many people don’t realise is that the spaces house…
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All Star Photographers

Collectively they’ve photographed some of the biggest names in politics, arts, entertainment and business: Barack and Michelle Obama, Bob Hawke, Anthony Pratt, Boy George, Jimmy Barnes, Willem Dafoe, Hugh Jackman,…
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Reconnecting with the Arts

It’s time to emerge from the warm, Netflix-narrowed depths of our COVID hibernation, and remind ourselves how to behave in public. Because art galleries, museums and some performing arts venues…
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Insight Hiatus

The Office Space has been busy overhauling our website. Taking our lead from Voltaire (“The perfect is the energy of the good”), we are pursuing fast iterations and rapid prototyping to arrive at a successful outcome.…
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Office Archetypes

The workplace is the perfect place for people-watching.  Complex interpersonal dynamics play out during the 9-5, and distinct personalities jostle for air space.  With over 14 years in the shared…
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The Product of Unproductivity

“Every artist has lost their audience and therefore the income stream they normally generate for themselves. This industry is on the brink of collapse.” Richard Roxburgh Australia’s arts and cultural…
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Four Pillars Gin

Fact #1: The Second Saturday in June is officially World Gin Day. Fact #2: Last November, Australia’s very own Four Pillars distillery was crowned International Gin Producer of the Year…
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