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Sally Tabart

Managing Editor

Sally is a writer, editor and producer. She is the founding editor of a publication and creative space in Fitzroy called Ladies of Leisure (you can read the TDF feature on the space here!).

Sally worked as a freelance writer and in the film industry before moving to New York in 2014. After finding her feet in Melbourne again, she joined the TDF dream team in 2017.

Times Like These

Times Like These... With TDF Editor-In-Chief Lucy Feagins

Our very own founder and editor shares some of the ups and downs of the last few months.

Times Like These

Times Like These...With Musician And Writer Clare Bowditch

The award winning musician and author shares her thoughtful outlook on the future of art and creativity after COVID-19.

Times Like These

Times Like These... With Artist, Rone

The Melbourne-based artist on how he's been getting through this time... and the surprising new venture to come out of it!

Times Like These

Times Like These... With Writer Clementine Ford

The prominent women's rights activist talks letting go of expectations, carving out quality time with her kid, and getting creative in the t...

Times Like These

Times Like These...With Melissa Leong, Host Of Masterchef Australia

Masterchef Australia's newest host on the resilience of the hospitality industry, sustainability on set, and connecting with friends through...

Times Like These

Times Like These... With Cherrie Miriklis-Pavlou Of Flowers Vasette

When things started to fall apart, Fitzroy's most beloved high street Florist transformed her business overnight to stay afloat. Here's how!...

Times Like These

Times Like These... With Writer Ben Law

The much-loved writer and cultural commentator on the importance of community, getting rid of Centrelink shame, and his new quarantine indul...

Creative People

How To Make The Most Of #WorkingFromHome

Need some #WFH inspo? Us too. We spoke to Lauren Li, Lisa Marie Corso, Ben Law and others on how to nail working at home.

Times Like These

Times Like These... With Poppy Lane Of Pop + Scott

The co-founder of beloved local furniture and homewares brand Pop + Scott, on navigating this strange time, and taking the space to feel all...

Times Like These

Times Like These... With New York Times Food Columnist And Author Alison Roman

The New York-based bestselling author and beloved cook talks about feeling all the feelings of COVID-19, finding the motivation to work, and...

Times Like These

Times Like These... With Artist And Designer Beci Orpin

Feeling weird? Us too. Welcome to our new weekly series to help us combat all the strange feels by sharing the experiences of creatives we k...

A Day In The Life

A Day In The Life Of Hattie Molloy, Florist

From 2.35 am wake ups to 19-hour installs, there's no such thing as an 'ordinary' day for this hardworking Melbourne florist!


The Artist Whose Work Roars With Stories Of Female Inequity

Artist Karen Black hasn't always given herself permission to talk. But in her upcoming exhibition, 'It's Not Real' at Sullivan+Strumpf, she'...

Studio Visit

Entering 'The Pavilion Of Dreams' With Heath Wae

The Mullumbimby-based artist formerly known as Heath Newman brings us up to speed on some major life changes and his latest exhibition.


Yaritji Tingila Young Is Leading The Way For The Next Generation Of Indigenous Artists

A mother, an artist and a leader, we explore the profound work of Yaritji Tingila Young, on the APY Lands in remote South Australia.


Bonnie And Neil's Beautiful New Showroom Is A Patterned Paradise

The Melbourne-based textiles and homewares brand open the doors of their new incredible new showroom and studio!


11 Affordable, Emerging Painters To Start Collecting Now!

From abstract landscapes to detailed portraits, these are the artists to start collecting right now!

Indigenous Art

Two Strong Sisters Connected In A Powerful New Exhibition

Aunty Eileen Harris + Aunty Rochelle Patten celebrate a shared sisterhood at Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Melbourne Museum.