Carriageworks, Erth and Studio A have collaborated to present Birdfoxmonster, an intimate, multisensory dining experience brought to life by artists; Meagan Pelham, Thom Roberts … Read more
In our modern cities, buildings appear to be replacing nature, trees seem to be visible only when visiting a park or going for a bush-walk. … Read more
Lovers of Russian novels know Tolstoy and Dostoevsky from the nineteenth century, and Pasternak and Solzhenitsyn from the twentieth, but what have Russian writers produced … Read more
The Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi is an appreciation of a transient and understated beauty in the modest, imperfect, ephemeral or decayed. Damien Drew’s exhibition expresses … Read more
Ian Kingsford-Smith’s latest exhibition Afterlife will feature a solo exhibition of painted sculptures and aquatinted teachings.
Throughout his exhibition, Kingsford-Smith combines narrative associated with fundamental … Read more
Despite the time, the culture or new technologies. The pursuit of spirituality remains intact. This endless quest is something deeply rooted in human existence.
There … Read more
Hundreds of workshops around the country will take part in the Australian Ceramic Open Studios. This event, is an inspiring opportunity to appreciate the: work, … Read more
The practice of Melbourne-based artist Heidi Yardley explores elusive worlds of displaced identity via elliptical protagonists and surreal configurations. Yardley’s new collection of paintings, The … Read more
For the first time ever, an international exhibition of images from 31-year-old US photographic artist Mustafah Abdulaziz will make it’s way to Australia. The Water … Read more
Not really into science? Then you probably wouldn’t be interested in a botanics distillery; or how your brain processes fake news; or getting tips on … Read more