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Our latest issue – Duty

This magazine is packed with inspiration and wisdom. It's the perfect antidote to purifying our mediocrity. YOKE is full of wise words and cultural curiosity, because at its core, our ethos is to create a much-needed cultural shift through the wellspring of creativity, unity and wisdom – which is everywhere!  

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Beauty in mortality 

Australian photographic artist Marian Drew

This project sought an aesthetic solution to explore the artist's relationship with animals killed as a consequence of urban expansion, roads, pets, power lines and farming in Australia

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Alchemising our sense of purpose and place

You’re invited to an evening of insight and exploration with SUPPER UNYOKED – where ideas, community and creativity conspire.

2 NOVEMBER 6 – 9 PM

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Coming to Terms

By Australian-born artist Abdul Abdullah

As the son of a sixth-generation Australian and a Malaysian Muslim, Abdul Abdullah offers a unique perspective on contemporary Australian culture and what it means to be a young Australian Muslim today.

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Each issue seriously aims to live joyfully, with an explosive mix (of many delicious things) that invites you to delve deep. With the stories of difference, with tales of creative pursuits and ancient wisdoms, we go forth to celebrate beautiful ideas and real people.

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The Recyclers of Port-Au-Prince

By New York-based photographer Giles Clarke

In a 200-acre dump, three miles north of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, men, women and children recycle plastics, clothing and other items. It is here that the majority of the rubble from the January 2010 earthquake was dumped.