This exhibition is important in demonstrating how artists who use different media can come together and give people pleasure whenever they eat, writes craft reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE after seeing “The Chef and the Potter" exhibition.
AS arts cancellations continue to mount, the 2020 Sydney Eisteddfod, at this stage, plans to go ahead on May 23 in the hope that the COVID-19 crisis will have eased by then. Entries at sydneyeisteddfod.com.au have been extended to March 23.
In lieu of the cancelled Canberra Symphony Orchestra performances, which would have featured English-born Australian organist Joseph Nolan on Wednesday and Thursday, the orchestra, conducted by Nick Milton, has recorded Saint-Saens’ “Organ Symphony” without an audience.
Almost a week after the National Folk Festival announced it would go ahead with the event at a time when other major events were being cancelled as a response to COVID-19, the festival has now said it has revisited its decision.
Elective surgery, other than category one and urgent category two cases, will be suspended, and some hospital patients will be moved, to help prepare Canberra hospitals for the coronavirus pandemic, says Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith.