EXHIBITION: SILK IKATS OF CENTRAL ASIA

Enter the kaleidoscopic realm of rich amber, emerald green, royal blue, opulent purple, and deep fuchsia that is the Silk Ikats exhibition at the AGNSW.… Read more

THEATRE: PERICLES

As we follow the heroic Prince Pericles (Marcus Graham) on his myth-laden journey through ancient, exotic and richly coloured worlds, we witness the menacing sea … Read more

RAINOFF – A CURATED TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE

Hot off the press: the latest from local independent publisher and distributor Rainoff is PRETTY TELLING I SUPPOSE, a new book of photographs by local … Read more

THEATRE: POOR BOY

Not a musical: a play with songs. After an acclaimed season in Melbourne earlier this year Poor Boy is opening in Sydney this week. I … Read more

THEATRE: THE CITY

Following his acclaimed recent work with STC as director of the epic production The War of the Roses, Benedict Andrews says he has enjoyed … Read more

CRACKLE: CONTEMPORARY ART FROM THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE

The title of curator/critic Stuart Koop’s new compilation of contemporary Australian art is not just a reference to the perceived geographic and cultural isolation of … Read more

THEATRE: THE DUEL

Nobody does obsessive torturous  guilt quite like Dostoevsky. His final novel The Brothers Karamazov deals with the same moral dilemmas about crime and punishment that … Read more

EXHIBITION: A RINGING GLASS (RILKE)

Ken Unsworth’s use of suspended objects has become a signature motif in his long career as a performance, sculpture and instillation artist, but it takes … Read more

THEATRE: ELLING

We open with two single beds on stage. One has meticulously clean, tucked in sheets; the other is rumpled and stained with sweat and filth. … Read more

SOUNDS ON SCREEN AT THE SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

Why just hear your music when you could see it too? That seems to be the premise of the huge rise in the production and … Read more