The internationally acclaimed artist will use the $50,000 Fellowship to create digital portraits of an Australian spider.
Articles by Justine Nguyen
The 12-year-old violinist, best known as the youngest ever winner of the Menuhin at 10, has released his debut single with the prestigious label.
All proceeds from the live stream will be evenly split between the artists and Festival.
The coronavirus is set to have an enormous economic impact on the arts industry and its workers.
Angela Goh takes home the big prize, with Amrita Hepi winning the Audience Choice Award for a second time.
A three-year international ensemble and concert series will bring together students from Australia, the USA and Finland.
Impressive singing, but the storytelling leaves something to be desired.
The arts leader, who was founding Artistic Director of QPAC and Brisbane Festival, has died at 82.
Growing up, the Armenian-Australian soprano wanted to be the next Celine Dion. But as Justine Nguyen discovers, life had other plans for Natalie Aroyan, who is claiming her mantle as Australia’s next great Verdi soprano.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra violinist tells us about the orchestra's upcoming Arvo Pärt & Shostakovich program.
Zippy Freischütz leaves room for the odd thrill and spill.
Pakistani musician Ustad Saami embodies an ancient musical tradition that is likely to disappear when he dies.
Stateless, a new ABC miniseries examining Australia’s onshore detention system hopes to spark complex conversations.