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Mental illness in the news and the information media

tacklingstigma wanted to research the differences between print media and digital media when covering mental health. I have previously blogged about print media coverage, however I came across a critical review article addressing the following four research points: 471 more words

Mental Health

Print media's coverage of mental health

Despite modern day technology and social media at its prime, printed media is still going strong as a frequent source for mental health information. However, a number of studies have shown that the coverage is negative and contributes towards the stigma attached to mental health. 424 more words

Mental Health

Michelle Lee

There seems to be a theme lately at Collate Culture…  a slight obsession with mixed medium work!  Adelaide artist Michelle Lee features this week and her pieces are another fine example of what can be achieved with the perfect combination of line, form and colour.  100 more words

Fine Art

Emily Blom

Emily Blom is a Hobart based artist who navigates through a multitude of mediums to produce her work.  This versatile artist creates works using a mixture of printmaking, painting, collage, photography and even textiles to create beautiful and emotive pieces.   169 more words

Fine Art


Maggie Bulloch is the creative mind behind the new online magazine craftymaggs. She is an artist who brings together an eclectic mixture of photographs, text and images to produce inspiring digital collages. 131 more words


Collate Culture is turning Pink

October is Breast Cancer awareness month in Australia and Collate Culture is temporarily turning pink.  There are many ways you can lend support.  The National Breast Cancer Foundation… 121 more words


"You must be able to stand alone, indifferent to loneliness.."

The Eastern Star Press Museum is a charming little place with so much history hidden behind its doors. Situated in Grahamstown, this historical piece of South African press is a gold mine for young journalists, historians and quirky photographers. 484 more words