The Longest Minute

The Longest Minute I am a proud Queenslander and while it’s no secret that I love fashion, books and the theatre, you may not know that I am also a massive sports fanatic. I remember the days sitting on the hill at […]

Secrets To Sustainable Style

In the lead up to Brisbane’s biggest sustainability fair, the Green Hearts Fair, #SheSociety had the chance to ask Hannah from Never Ever Pay Retail a few questions about her blog and sustainability style. Tell us about Never Ever Pay Retail The website […]

Arts & Minds- Own The Art!

OWN THE ART behind Arts & Minds! 10 brilliant works of art (and mind) to be auctioned off at the Arts & Minds Cocktail Gala which is on NEXT Thursday, May 31 on the rooftop of 480 Queen Street, hosted by leading Australian […]

Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation

Monday night is the night we see the Generations go into battle once again as Australia’s favourite generational game show hits the air waves on Channel 9! Once again hosted by the marvellous and intelligent Shaun Micallef (who can do a mean […]

All Hail The Ladies!

Every weekend at rugby clubs, soccer fields, netball matches and tennis fixtures across Australia the often unsung sporting heroes toil away- serving in the canteen, washing jerseys, ferrying players to far- flung fields, cheering from the sidelines and sometimes playing in teams […]

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound is a groundbreaking leadership initiative, set against the backdrop of breathtaking Antarctica. The program has reached over 250 women from over 100 different countries, focusing on women in science. The year-long program will allow the chosen participants the chance to […]

Tim Finn and The Twelfth Night

It’s been over 400 years since Shakespeare penned his comedy ‘ Twelfth Night’. Yet here we are in 2018 watching a rollicking update staged by Queensland Theatre full of audacious music from the pen of musical genius Tim Finn. I have watched […]

The Next Generation of Storytellers

I am heading to see Queensland Theatre’s production of Twelfth Night this week. I am sure Shakespeare himself would be surprised himself at the longevity of his enduring and well – loved plays. Art has a way of doing that, so it’s […]

Meet Matilda Rodgers

#SheSociety had the opportunity to ask the amazing artist and model a few questions about her work and her goals for the future! When did your interest in modelling and art start? I started modelling when I entered the Girlfriend Model Search […]

Apps To Keep You Safe After Dark

We all know how dangerous it can be walking home after dark as a woman and being by yourself. It’s unfortunate that we are living in a time where we have to be on our guard just because of other people’s despicable […]

#SheInterviews Grace Knight

GRACING THE STAGE SINCE THE 80s Singer Grace Knight loves what she does and has been doing for 40 years, putting her longevity as an artist down to the loyalty of her fans. “It’s been all their doing,” said Grace, who is […]

Faure Requiem

Is there anything more beautiful than listening to a choir in full voice? It’s a breathtaking celebration of life and happiness and the power of voices combining. She Society were treated to the uplifting sound of the accomplished Choir-Australian Voices who combined […]

Big Skies Festival

The star quality of the historic Western Downs town of Dalby and surrounds will be showcased to the world next month with its first Big Skies festival spanning nine days of  “top act” music, food, fashion, unique country experiences and galaxy gazing. […]

Australia to Get First All-Women Games Creation Hackathon

In an effort to increase female representation in Australia’s video game industry, Melbourne-based education and events startup Girl Geek Academy has launched Australia’s first all-women games creation hackathon. The hackathon is called #SheHacksGames, and compliments Girl Geek Academy’s selection of other education […]

The Eisteddfod

The Eisteddfod is one play not to miss, described as being a wild and fun ride, the play moves between fantasy and a strange reality. Depicting two orphaned siblings, Abalone and Gerture, who have developed agrophobia after their parents death. Cloistered in […]

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