Canberra Philharmonic is about to stage the Broadway show “Jersey Boys” in a new production by Jim McMullen, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly arts column.
The National Portrait Gallery's exhibition “Australian Love Stories” is coming up on March 20, celebrating “love, affection and connection in all its myriad forms and permutations”.
A partnership between Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council and Bendigo Bank’s Braidwood and Bungendore branches means good news for local artists.
Nicole Ellis’ art-making displays a strong sense of the damaged and what remains, writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
Original drawings and paintings by the artists of “The Picturesque Atlas of Australasia” will be on show at the National Library of Australia, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
A unique exhibition of contemporary indigenous fashion has landed at the National Museum of Australia as part of a national tour from the Bendigo Art Gallery, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The exhibition is quietly confident yet bold, a testimony to each artist's tenacity and determination to continue to make, writes reviewer Thea McGrath.
Former senior curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Franchesca Cubillo, has today (February 17) been named the new executive director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts at the Australia Council.
Tuggeranong Arts Centre has come up with a mighty exhibition of more than 70 paintings by one of the true eccentrics of our region – 91-year-old Jack Featherstone.
A part of M16 Artspace in Griffith is about to be transformed in a way it’s never been before – into a prison cell, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
LOVE is in the air at the National Portrait Gallery with the installation over two prominent walls of glass artist Harriet Schwarzrock’s blown glass hearts.
Harrison’s works offer a profound view of things that come and go in this world. Human things and what humans do to things such as wildlife. These works ask, why are humans so dark? writes art reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
Canberra REP launches for the year with Tennessee Williams’ famous play, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”, directed by Anne Somes, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly Arts and the City column.
On a black day in January, 2003, looking from his Weston house, veteran Canberra artist Bernard Hardy saw flames from Holder and Duffy coming over, “like a cat tongue of incandescent orange”.
As "N-Week" (the week before O-Week) looms on the ANU campus, one college at least is making plans to help students make the move from home to university.
The Queanbeyan Hive and Fleur-de-lys Vocal Talent are joining to present “Heart Music” at the Hive for Valentine's Day, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly Arts and the City column.
A light installation created for the National Portrait Gallery acts as a prompt to maintain social distancing, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly Arts in the City column.
'Here I Am: Art by Great Women' is billed as 'a new festival celebrating women creatives' intended to bolster creative women and hold their work up to acclaim.
Through a clever hook-up between ACT Historic Places and the Artists Society of Canberra, works by six artists from ASOC are on show in an online exhibition, 'Creating Lanyon'.
Photographer Heide Smith has outdone most other snappers with her 'seasonal best wishes' image of pelicans on their watery runway, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly 'Arts in the City' column.