Once a haven for teens wanting to kit out their wardrobe with the latest and greatest in basics, American Apparel has fallen through the cracks of the fashion industry in recent years.
Art in life and art after death. What are the role of the objects that we leave behind and how do works of art live on after the artist has died? Questions such as these animate what’s happening this week in the galleries across Sydney.
On the Western Line to Parramatta express trains rumble past what used to be the central core of Australia’s rail manufacturing industry. Now an arts venue, conference space and market site, Carriageworks on March 23 played host to 500 arts professionals who debated the future of the arts in NSW.
On an unseasonably hot April afternoon I sat with Yulia Pustoshkina on her balcony in Berowra Heights. You could see and smell the smoke rising from controlled burns being conducted in Berowra Vallery National Park.
It’s your favourite time of the week, Gig Guide time, and this week we have a whole host of new kids on the block making crazy big waves in the Sydney music scene. The only problem you’ll have this weekend is that you can’t see them all.
Our global dancefloor tour on “Mix of the Week” continues with an energetic, percussive mix from Bordeaux based Portuguese producer Nídia.
The freshest sounding artist in Sydney right now has released a catchy, funky and bouncy new single featuring one of the best new rappers around.
Opening in early May is Stockade Brew Co, adding itself to an array of Sydney’s favourite craft breweries. Hailing from south-west Sydney, Stockade Brew Co began its life in October 2015.
It is often hard to see a revolutionary in the moment, however looking at the career of Alastair Little; his impact on modern cuisine is undeniable. He was at the forefront of the British restaurant revolution, replacing the stuffiness of old Britannia with minimalist dining rooms and eastern influenced dishes.
Following success of the first ever Big Table Supper Club (BTSC) at Backyard Opera, comes BTSC’s “Colour Me Hungry” dinner, this Saturday at Backyard Opera studios. Inspired by the fun and expression of colour.
Sydney’s history is on display this weekend. Explore the intriguing pre-colonisation aboriginal Sydney with Gadi, or, on a darker note, the terrifying people who walk the same streets that we do with Deadhouse.
Backyard Opera's photography director, Lenni Mattanja chats about her philosophy behind her images.
I would say my style of photography is clean and calm with Scandinavian influences. I love working through movements and capturing the moments in between.
If you weren’t already aware, The Beresford and Absolut have teamed up to capture the spirit of Mardi Gras, bottle it, and then serve it up for brunch every Sunday.
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