By Madison Behringer
This year’s NAIDOC Week runs until July 14 with the theme ‘Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let’s work together for a shared future’. NAIDOC … Read more
New Breed is returning for its fifth instalment. Co-presented by Sydney Dance Company and Carriageworks with support of The Balnaves Foundation, New Breed 2018 showcases … Read more
By Kylie Winkworth
After an international search for the next CEO of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS), the government has appointed Lisa … Read more
By Michael Hitch
Rainbow flags, Drag Queens and a false sense of achievement?
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will return in 2019 to … Read more
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
Alison Wonderland doesn’t even want to think about where she would be without music. Particularly after releasing her latest album, Awake, which was an incredibly … Read more
By Rita Bratovich.
The inaugural Biennale of Sydney was held in 1973, timed deliberately to coincide with the opening of the Sydney Opera House, which … Read more
BY ALEC SMART
The summer scent of pork, beef, lamb and chicken frying on Aussie barbecues may one day be a thing of the past, … Read more
New Breed 2017 is providing five emerging Australian choreographers with the opportunity to create their own works which will be fully commissioned and showcased under … Read more
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