A diverse new exhibition shines the spotlight on creative repurposing in Aboriginal art and craft, writes WILL YEOMAN
MOGENS JOHANSEN attends to pressing matters with Italian printmaker Francesco Geronazzo
PENNY THOMAS takes a look at a new swimwear collection appealing to all the gamers
Susie Vickery’s installation The Curious Five Go Surfing is playful but packs a powerful punch
A forthcoming touring exhibition by Perth curator Sharmila Wood looks at our interconnectedness with the earth
The accidental artist is channelling his animal instincts in the the middle of the WA outback to create unique metal sculptures from recycled and scrap metal bits and bobs.
WILL YEOMAN looks at a new book honouring the life and art of Kunmanara Jangala Carroll
RONAN O’CONNELL heads to London’s Baker Street to find out more about the famous fictional detective
Amitav Ghosh is the headliner at this year’s hybrid Ubud Writers & Readers Festival Perth
It’ finally been announced that the next Bond film will be released in Australia on November 19. A nostalgic STEVE McKENNA reflects on James Bond’s amazing past Asian and African filming locations.
A concert performance of a Verdi masterpiece promises to be one of Albany’s most significant cultural events in recent times
STEVE McKENNA lives in England but is travelling again in France. And Paris is a very fitting location for the world’s first cinema-hotel, he finds.
Alexandra Casey has binge-worthy movies for a rainy day
WILL YEOMAN says this year’s York Festival promises to be one of the biggest and best yet.
London’s lesser-known sites fascinate RONAN O’CONNELL
WILL YEOMAN gets into festivities and sensory delights in Darwin
ALEXANDRA CASEY soothes wanderlust through watching films
An inaugural celebration of arts and crafts brings Indian Ocean Rim makers and shakers together
The biggest celebration of craft ever in WA is set to take over some of our major galleries from September.
ALEXANDRA CASEY shares four series with locations you can “visit” from your armchair
Let the soul roam through a land of marvels, writes WILL YEOMAN
There’s a lot of arts and culture action in the regions and more to come, discovers WILL YEOMAN
The town exudes a distinctive spirit in both its present and the past, writes WILL YEOMAN
Pictures show winds of change writes WILL YEOMAN
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