Worldwide there is no other instrument more recognisable, even just by it’s silhouette, than the guitar.
The guitar’s popularity across the globe stems from its … Read more
By Riley Hooper.
Returning for its ninth year in Australia, presented by the Korean Cultural Centre Australia is the Korean Film Festival (KOFFIA). … Read more
By Shon Ho.
Tourists with ice creams in hand are milling about souvenir shops scattered along the mouth of Circular Quay on Sunday afternoon. The … Read more
By Riley Hooper
Kicking off on July 17 at the Bondi Pavilion is Bondi’s fringe-style winter festival, Bondi Feast. Over 10 delicious nights, from … Read more
By Matt Khoury
This isn’t a story about paedophiles.
It’s not about religious figures and teachers who curate kids as sexual muses. And get shuffled … Read more
By Rita Bratovic.
Being an independent artist can be rewarding and frustrating in equal measure; from the creative burden of staying fresh and interesting, or … Read more
By Riley Hooper.
The last time Sydney played host to the national NAIDOC Week activities, was in 2011 under the theme Change: The Next … Read more
Any artist pursuing their creative passion faces a constant struggle for funding, validation and, in the ideal case, the ability to have their art support … Read more
By Rita Bratovich.
Sydney-siders love to be outdoors, even in winter. The proliferation of night markets, and the crazy crowds at Vivid prove the public … Read more
By Rita Bratovich
Create NSW is the state government’s cultural and arts policy and funding body. It was formed in April 2017, amalgamating Arts NSW … Read more