Daniel Buren shows how simple forms and colour contrasts interact in great synergy together.
By visiting the exhibition Like Child’s Play you feel like you … Read more
Madame Tussauds Sydney has become home to a new unique immersive experience uniting an all-star cast of Justice League characters.
The interactive wax figure line-up … Read more
There’s no doubt Sydney’s inner east of Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay and their naughty little sister, Kings Cross, has witnessed considerable change over the past … Read more
The festival which has been running for over 12 years now across the world is returning to Australia with a new exciting line-up of influential … Read more
Breathing Colours encourages visitors to celebrate colours by experiencing them anew. Although we see colours all day every day, we rarely take the time to … Read more
The Waverley Council will be hosting a month-long program called We, The People Who Live For The Beautiful to celebrate the power, beauty and diversity … Read more
The Australian Museum comes to life at night. The museum is bringing back the Jurassic Lounge after-hours party for adults in style this month by … Read more
The Archibald Prize was first awarded in 1921, 97 years ago by the founder of The Bulletin, for portraits of Australians by an Australian … Read more
The Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) will be opening an exciting, immersive at the end of the month. The exhibition highlights the extraordinary deep sea … Read more
Lori Cicchini and Edmond Thommen present a contemporary visual exploration of the female human form by two independent photographic artists, both uniquely designing their visions … Read more