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Canberra’s best coverage of local arts news plus reviews, including dining, film, theatre, music, visual arts and dance
It's one thing to talk about global warming and quite another thing to do something about it, as well-known Gundaroo potter, Ian Jones, has been discovering.
In her latest "Artsday" column, arts editor HELEN MUSA lists lots to see and hear around town this coming week.
On their first Australian tour, violinist Noa Wildschut and pianist Elisabeth Brauss captivated the audience at Llewellyn Hall with an enchanting program of magical music, writes reviewer DANTE COSTA.
Here's arts editor HELEN MUSA'S latest burst of all-things-arts in this week's "Arts in the City" column.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA says it's indisputable that Emily Kam Kngwarray is one of Australia's greatest artists, as the coming exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, which bears her name, will show.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA lists events from comedy to classical in this week's 'Arts in the City' column.
"Harpist Rowan Phemister and violinist Lucy Macourt create a vibrant team of quality musicians." writes ROB KENNEDY, who reviews their "Serenade" concert.
LEN POWER reviews the first Australian concert of The Young Soloists at the Snow Concert Hall.
An exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia looks at representations of the figure by female artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.
SARAH EC BYRNE reviews the "gorgeous and fitting climax to the Canberra Symphony Orchestra’s 2023 season at Llewellyn Hall".
Independent theatre collective, Australian Capital Theatre Hub in Kingston, has announced a jam-packed 2024 season with nine separate productions.
The National Film and Sound Archive is launching a new digital exhibition to celebrate 100 years of radio in Australia.
Huge in scale and teetering on the brink of madness throughout, "King Lear" is a work that only the most intrepid of directors would tackle. Enter someone game enough, Joel Horwood.
The arts are on fire this week. HELEN MUSA'S latest "Artsweek" column is fanning the flames.
It's been a signature year for one of Canberra's busiest composers, Sally Greenaway, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Here's arts editor HELEN MUSA's latest "Arts in the City" column.
BILL STEPHENS reviews the inaugural Canberra Cabaret Festival.
DANTE COSTA enjoys the surprises in "America Sings!", a performance by mezzo-soprano AJ America and pianist Roland Peelman.
ROB KENNEDY reviews “Chopin & the Mendelssohns”, performed by the Australian Chamber Orchestra at Llewellyn Hall.