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 to the Australian comedy sisterhood, as well as tackling a special bonus Arrogant Aunt question about starting your own podcast.
Sneak Peek: Sisteria Live with Geraldine Hickey & Shantell 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.
March 2, 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.
February 17, 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 us 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’.
February 10, 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.
February 3, 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.
January 27, 2019
Episode Twelve: Aretha Brown
For our first episode of 2019 we’re 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.