PYGMALION

The story of Pygmalion is about as old as Jesus. Although George Bernard Shaw’s play is perhaps the most well-known version to modern audiences (particularly … Read more

THE OXFORD ST DESIGN STORE

Aesthetes, crafters, design geeks and shop-a-holics stand up – there’s a new kid on the block, and it’s throwing down the gauntlet. Built around the … Read more

SAMUEL HODGE

Watching the red ‘sold’ dots breaking out on the walls of Alaska Projects like chicken pox, one could be left in little doubt that Samuel … Read more

BROOK ANDREW’S TRAVELLING COLONY

The last few years have been kind to Brook Andrew. Although the Melbourne-based artist of the Wiradjuri nation has been exhibiting to critical success since … Read more

RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER’S RECORDERS

Christmas has come a little early at the MCA this year, with the gallery opening the doors of its first refurbed exhibition space to showcase … Read more

MS&MR

If you’re planning on joining the throngs of people at the AGNSW this summer to catch Picasso, it’s almost inevitable that at some point you’ll … Read more

NEW YEAR’S EVE

Dear Michelle Pfieffer, Zac Efron, Robert De Niro, Halle Berry, Jessica Biel, Seth Myers, Sarah Paulson, Til Schweiger, Katherine Heigl, Lea Michele, Ashton Kutcher, Jon … Read more

ZOE COOMBS MARR: Winner of Belvoir’s 2011 Philip Parsons Young Playwright Award

“I was pretty bloody shocked when I found out I’d won because I think everyone shortlisted is just great,” enthuses Zoe Coombs Marr about her … Read more

CONOR O’BRIEN

Conor O’Brien’s Photographs 2003 – 2011 (as the name suggests) surveys eight years of the Melbourne-based photographer’s work, and represents his first major survey exhibition. … Read more

BREATHING ROOM

Lake Eyre, Australia’s largest lake, is nestled some 700km north of Adelaide. When full, its waters appear so flat that it becomes impossible to distinguish … Read more