Having picked up a paintbrush as a creative outlet during the COVID lockdown, Tim Draxl starts the year with his first major solo art exhibition.
The new-look Limelight magazine includes major features written by Mahima Macchione, Jane Albert, Carole M. Cusack and Alex Ross.
Susan Philipsz’s mesmerising installation, showing at the NGV Triennial, uses a violinist on screen and a series of speakers to “visualise the sound”.
Dreambox Collective's Chloe Chung and Carlo Antonioli takes us behind the scenes of their new multimedia project that combines music, poetry and visual art.
Read our features on religion, music and immortality, a Brazilian opera festival where everything is free, adapting literature for the theatre, as well as an extract from Alex Ross’s new book Wagnerism.
The international communications agency is presenting a two-day conference at the AGNSW for people working in communications and fundraising in the performing and visual arts.
Research conducted over two years by the Australia Council for the Arts and the Sydney Opera House shows how creative approaches help students to thrive in uncertain times.
COVID has dashed our Season Preview Guide but 2021 launches are underway.
How Nicholas Harding started drawing actors from the wings.
We are delighted at the positive response to our new-look publication, and excited to reveal what you will find in the November issue, now at the printer.
The actor and playwright has become the first Indigenous artist to win any of the prizes on offer in the Archibald Prize in its 99-year history.
Metro Arts Creative Director and CEO Jo Thomas introduces us to the exciting, purpose-built venue, which will host several Brisbane Festival events.
Creating the Future, a new survey conducted by the Australia Council, shows a growing number of people have been engaging with the arts and support arts funding.