By Mel Somerville.
Warren Fahey teams up with Max Cullen, in their show Dead Men Talking, a salute to Australia’s best-known poets, Banjo Paterson … Read more
Mental illness still has a truckload of stigma around it.
Ignorance breeds fear, and that’s probably what makes breaking that stigma so hard. It’s impossible … Read more
Poetry is one of the oldest art forms in the world and can just about be used to express any creative idea. Omar Musa is … Read more
As I am sure many of you reading this do I personally love starting a relaxing weekend off with a nice cuppa, a delicious piece … Read more
From Johnny O’Keefe to Silverchair, Australian rock ‘n’ roll music has seen some massive changes over the years. Capturing four decades of our great southern … Read more
Live music photography has become a huge part of our culture, but rarely do the photographers turn the cameras away from the bands performing on … Read more
When refugees flee their homes, they leave everything behind: clothes, personal affects, toys… and of course, photographs. Photographs are manifestations of a family’s identity, unity … Read more
Along My Way (Glasshouse Books, 2016) is the autobiography of 91-year-old Harold Hunt, an Indigenous man whose extraordinary life has spanned some of the most … Read more
Along My Way (Glasshouse Books 2016) is the autobiography of 91-year old Harold Hunt, an Indigenous man whose extraordinary life has spanned some of the … Read more
Sydney-based artist Chaia Fein has created 366 Preposterous Saints for your daily nourishment, illustrating the most elite of them in glorious paintings with accompanying historical … Read more