At General Assembly, we are creating a global community of individuals empowered to pursue work they love, by offering full-time immersive programs, long-form courses, and classes and workshops on the most relevant skills of the 21st century.
A new type of learning has landed in Redfern, Sydney. The Martian Embassy, a place for children, many of them underprivileged, is a great place to learn outside school hours. The space aims to ignite creativity in every child by offering free help from volunteer tutors to write all kinds of stories.
Reinventing the way you do business, The Porter is a space somewhere between a private members lounge and a five star business centre, complete with concierge. This exclusive venue will reconfigure itself to suit your needs. From small meetings to lunches to conferences, events and presentations. No matter what your need, The Porter is at your service.
he Foundation distributes a series of monthly $1,000 grants to projects and their creators. The money is pooled together from the coffers of ten or so self-organizing “micro-trustees” and given upfront in cash, check, or gold doubloons.
Bobby Gray is a twenty-something Sydney Native. Triple J & FBi featured artist in a past life as Robert Luke, his overdriven bedroom jams saw him compared to Daft Punk and Digitalism on national airwaves in his teens.
Michael Bevan otherwise known as Catfish the Bottleman has been playing his tuned beer bottles since Christmas 2000. A lifelong musician, Michael had been playing in several bands and had turned to busking when he was travelling in the UK, Ireland and the Canary Islands (where he was singing for tourists in a cover band).
Heather Vousden is a Sydney based photographer, with a background in graphic design. She has passion for capturing the thriving creative energy found at music gigs and other creative events. Music is a primary focus, shooting small to large shows regularly, both local and international, and she has exhibited her music photography both in 2012 at Gaffa Gallery, Sydney and in her permanent residency display at Brighton Up Bar, Sydney.