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Ian Milliss and the Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation

Linden resident Ian Milliss, who began making art in the late 60s, has always pushed the boundaries of what it means to be an artist, leaning more towards being an artist as public intellectual, than artist as craftsman. His goal has been to challenge the thinking behind systems that lead to rising inequality, 

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Sensory Concerts

"The best art always seems effortless" Stephen Sondheim

Sometimes things happen that are so eminently sensible that you just have to say, “Of course! That’s exactly what needed to happen!”

Despite how obvious these things seem, it doesn’t mean that the journey to arrive there was simple or easy.


Stop Laughing This is Serious

 When The Big Fix approached local businesses to see if they’d agree to help Blackheath phase out plastic straws, one common remark was that men rarely use straws … it’s mostly women and children.

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Emma Magenta on Love, Nature & Dismantling Capitalism

“There's a lot of great people doing amazing things in the world and you can be one of them”

- Emma Magenta



Winter Edition of The Big Fix magazine

Welcome to the Winter edition of The Big Fix magazine. This is our first bioregional edition which covers The Blue Mountains, Lithgow, Penrith and the Hawkesbury. The magazine shares solutions stories from every sector.