KATE BRITTON

WOMEN IN SPORT

Australia and sports have gone hand in hand for as long as most of us can remember. For many, sportsmen have been representatives, role models … Read more

MATT COYLE’S YOU & ME DAY

“There is something about the movement and energy that lines can generate,” says illustration artist Matt Coyle. “I’ve always found that compelling.” Coyle opens a … Read more

PICTURA AUSTRALIANA

“Pictura Australiana is a smaller group show than the gala events Tortuga is known for,” curator and artist Hellen Morgan-Harris remarks. “That said, the … Read more

What we’ve got our heart set on this Art Month …

The third annual Art Month kicked off last week with a lavish launch at Carriageworks, marking the first event in the month-long festival. Bringing you … Read more

HEIDRUN LOHR: PARALLAX

Since its inception, performance art has grappled with documentation. Whatever your opinion on the worth or possibility of capturing live art, one thing artists and … Read more

BRONWYN BANCROFT: POWER, PASSION, POLITICS

A Bundjalung artist of the Djanbun clan, Bronwyn Bancroft has been making her distinctive mark on the Australian arts for over 30 years. A practising … Read more

PYGMALION

The story of Pygmalion is about as old as Jesus. Although George Bernard Shaw’s play is perhaps the most well-known version to modern audiences (particularly … Read more

THE OXFORD ST DESIGN STORE

Aesthetes, crafters, design geeks and shop-a-holics stand up – there’s a new kid on the block, and it’s throwing down the gauntlet. Built around the … Read more

SAMUEL HODGE

Watching the red ‘sold’ dots breaking out on the walls of Alaska Projects like chicken pox, one could be left in little doubt that Samuel … Read more

RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER’S RECORDERS

Christmas has come a little early at the MCA this year, with the gallery opening the doors of its first refurbed exhibition space to showcase … Read more