Artistic and cultural showcase

Dr Naomi Malone. Photo by Sue Wright.

Dr Naomi Malone is uncovering the history around deafness in NSW

Awarded a Create NSW 2018-19 History Fellowship, while completing a Create NSW Createability Internship, Naomi’s year will be busy. Congratulations[...]More

Venice Biennale Emerging Arts Professional - Imogen Dixon-Smith. Photo by Emily Phipps.

Imogen Dixon-Smith is curating goals on her way to the Venice Biennale

Up and coming curator Imogen Dixon-Smith will be one for four Emerging Arts Professionals attending the Venice Biennale this year[...]More

Urban Theatre Projects BLAK BOX external at dusk. Photo by Barton Taylor.

Architect-designed space for conscious deep listening will immerse Sydney Festival visitors in the identity and spirit of place

 Through a program of spoken word, music and field recordings, BLAK BOX curator Daniel Browning provides audiences with a sound[...]More

Counting and Cracking poster from Sydney Festival. Photo by Daniel Boud and Malith Hegoda.

Belvoir and Co-Curious breathe new life into Sydney Town Hall with S. Shakthidharan’s play Counting and Cracking this January

With his new play Counting and Cracking, arts practitioner, Founder of CuriousWorks and Artistic Director of Co-Curious, S. Shakthidharan has[...]More

Wesley Enoch at Sydney Festival 2018. Photo by Prudence Upton.

“Storytelling that shakes us keeps Sydney Festival moving in sync with the times.” – Sydney Festival Artistic Director Wesley Enoch

Wesley Enoch is never about just ticking boxes, but with Sydney Festival he definitely keeps hitting the highs and offering[...]More

Jannawi Dance Clan - Credit Joseph Mayers City of Sydney

Celebrating women at NAIDOC in the City – Interview with 33 Creative Co-Director Mayrah Sonter

The City of Sydney’s annual NAIDOC in the City event is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures[...]More

Gomeroi gaaynggal Centre Possum Skin art

The women of Tamworth’s Gomeroi gaaynggal Centre goes beyond aesthetic by connecting a new generation to local culture

At the Tamworth Gomeroi gaaynggal Centre, all works have been created by Aboriginal women, who belong to the ‘Gomeroi gaaynggal’[...]More