“Destroyer” may not be the greatest thriller that ever came out of Hollywood, but inputs made to it by two women make it high-grade cinema for the right reasons, writes reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
Australian author Gabrielle Carey has taken up residency at the Australian National University as the H.C Coombs Creative Arts Fellow for 2019.
ONE minute’s silence will be observed tomorrow (March 22) at 11.45am in the National Gallery of Australia’s Australian Garden to remember the victims of...
Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship application are now open to artists looking for the ultimate inspiration.
HELEN MUSA’s weekly arts column features opening concerts, events and shows in Canberra
COMING to the Canberra Theatre Centre next week is the last thing expected in the wake of recent events in Christchurch — a show...
An unusual concert last night at the Larry Sitsky Room, ANU School of Music, saw the culmination of a week-long residency involving German neurologist/flautist Prof Eckart Altenmüller, an authority in the area of music and the mind.
The ACT Writers Centre is gearing up to take an applicant on a writing journey through the program “New Territory: adventures in arts writing", writes HELEN MUSA.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings
"It took more than 30 minutes for starters to start arriving. We went inside to enquire but were just told it wouldn’t be long (it already was)." Dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON endures a slow start to what turned out to be a good meal.
Anne Somes makes her directorial debut for Canberra Rep with an upcoming season of “To Kill a Mockingbird”, arts editor HELEN MUSA reports in this week's Arts in the City column.
“Audiences have been going wild; people are hungry for Nakkiah,” says Paige Rattray, director of the Sydney Theatre Company’s newest comedy, “How to Rule the World”, which opens soon in Canberra.
Canberra poets and people of conscience will descend on Garema Place in Civic on Thursday (March 21) for the UNESCO-designated World Poetry Day, writes HELEN MUSA.
review / "The Share House Project", Stephanie Jones & Janine Mikosza at Art Not Apart, March 16. Reviewed by CAREN FLORANCE.
Canberra Youth Theatre’s twilight performance showcase is back for the second time in early April, reports HELEN MUSA.
A boutique music festival amid the autumn leaves of the Southern Highlands is coming up in historic St Jude’s Church, Bowral, and Canberra artists have a strong presence, writes HELEN MUSA.
CANBERRA’s Young Music Society celebrated its 50th birthday yesterday (March 17) in a relaxed, community-friendly concert at Albert Hall. Guests were welcomed in music by...
Five senior artists from Tjungu Palya art centre in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands of SA have been painting not just "in" country but directly "on to" country, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Music / "Breathtaking". Van Diemen’s Band. At Wesley Uniting Church, March 17. Reviewed by Graham McDonald
Music / “The Prime Ministerial Impresario”. Directed by Stephanie McAlister, music by Mozart, libretto by Robert Little. Art Not Apart, March 16-17. Reviewed by HELEN MUSA.