Textile artist Valerie Kirk has woven a suite of striking tapestries to honour the work of our most brilliant scientists. Arts editor HELEN MUSA reports there's a new one.
APRA AMCOS and the Australian Music Centre have today (Tuesday July 16) announced the finalists for the 2019 Art Music Awards and the Canberra International Music Festival is in the running to win the "Award for Excellence" in the organisation category.
Arts in the City is arts editor HELEN MUSA's weekly sweep of what's happening where in the local arts scene.
Art such as this asks the audience quietly to open their eyes, enjoy what they have and think a bit more about what they're doing, writes JOHN LANDT after viewing Janet Dawson's exhibition “Clouds All the Way”.
This was an interestingly programmed concert from the Canberra Community Chorale, writes reviewer GRAHAM McDONALD.
Reviewer LEN POWER praises Luminescence Choir for its high standards and singing abilities.
Reviewer CLINTON WHITE see a strong future for a singer who was performing a swansong in Canberra.
“Before the alligators reach them, Haley is going to get Dave safely up to the roof, where hopefully a rescue helicopter will see them...” “Crawl” is all two-star tension for film reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
“Stuber” is a ho-hum movie in which Stu’s electric car is a recurring motif providing the film with a silent but important comic personality, writes movie reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
“Molly and Amy have spent the year achieving stellar academic records, at the expense of social skills. And they decide that they need to rectify that oversight big time,” writes film reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
“Kinky Boots” is a feel-good musical and great entertainment. This production at The Q really delivers the goods, says reviewer LEN POWER.
HELEN MUSA’s weekly arts column features opening concerts, events and shows in Canberra
"This is a place to hang out with family and friends to do pretty much whatever you’d like; watch sports on the big TV screens, settle into cosy leather booths or head to the sunny beer garden," writes dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
For the past few years, whenever there’s been a classical music concert in Canberra, it’s been a fair bet Leonard Weiss was conducting it. But now he's off, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings
Long-time Canberra Theatre Centre director Bruce Carmichael is to retire in late November.
An indigenous dance company celebrates 30 years of existence and a heritage that spans thousands of years. Arts editor HELEN MUSA talks to its artistic director.
In their concert, "From Russia With Love", Selby & Friends clearly demonstrated they have a licence to thrill, writes reviewer LEN POWER.
Arts in the City is arts editor HELEN MUSA's weekly wrap about what's where and who's who on the Canberra arts scene.
Reviewer BILL STEPHENS was at the first night of the new production of “Muriel’s Wedding – The Musical”.