When we tell stories, what do they do? This is one of the central questions animating Bliss, currently on show at Belvoir. Adapted from Peter Carey’s 1981 novel by Tom Wright and directed by Matthew Lutton, the play questions the way that men in Australia tell stories and the impact that it has on all of those who surround them.
Memory and presence signify a broad range of artistic practice, and are the subject of works in this week’s Culture Guide. Between painting and photography, group and solo shows, the ties between the personal and the particular are explored.
What’s the opposite of real? Fiction, virtual? Can something or someone be more real; really real? Or doubly real; real real. On June 15, 2018 at 1.30pm a real performance will occur at Campbelltown Arts Centre and will be simultaneously broadcast via Facebook live.
Luca Brasi, the Tasmanian band known for its Godfather-inspired name and being the ‘nice guys’ of the Australian music industry, are set to release their fourth album, Stay, this Friday, June 22.
On a chilly June evening in the depths of Carriageworks’ echoing halls, Annie Clark, aka St Vincent, walks onto the stage, in big pink boots, a pink leather body suit and fishnet stockings.
From a West Australian mining town to resident at one of London’s best clubs – it’s been an unconventional journey to the top for HAAi.
With Vivid over it’s back to business as usual for the Sydney live music scene with plenty to check out this coming weekend.
The shiny new Stockade Brew Co has opened up its flashy new digs in the craft beer heartland of Marrickville. Boasting a functional brewery, expansive bar, dining space and tasting room, Stockade have pulled no punches in putting this all together.
Since first opening in Melbourne in 2014, 8bit has developed a little bit of a cult following. Mixing the nostalgic world of arcades with the humble burger, 8bit brings a child-like exuberance to Sydney’s burger scene.
Everyone has their favourite cocktail, but from June 4 to 10, the negroni should be yours. Restaurants and bars across Sydney and the world are joining forces with Campari and Imbibe Magazine to celebrate this unique 99-year-old cocktail and with donations to a charitable cause, what other excuse do you need to get out there and have one?
This selection of work by Japan-based photographer Hamish Campbell forms a part of his collection Aogashima - life among the twin calderas.
What can photography do? Of a myriad of questions that has surrounded the practice of photography, two exhibitions at this year’s Head On Photo Festival reveal the importance of asking this question once again.
Backyard Opera's photography director, Lenni Mattanja chats about her philosophy behind her images.
Backyard studio is located on the ground floor of a converted warehouse space with drive in access and onsite parking in Tempe.
Who would have thought pop ups could actually make a positive impact on our lives, our business and to our community?
Backyard exhibition gallery supports an array of work from both established and emerging local, national and international talent