Arts editor HELEN MUSA previews an exhibition dedicated to four decades of cartoons of former PM Bob Hawke, who was voted the prime minister the cartoonists most liked to draw.
A fascinating new exhibition is shedding some light on the real stories of Australia’s security agencies, told through photographs, gizmos and gadgets, intelligence memos and candid interviews with real-life spooks.
ARTS editor Helen Musa headed for the coast recently, assiduously avoiding the fiery King’s Highway, to view a joint exhibition by photographer Heide Smith and painter Wendy Macklin and returned with a swag of Smith’s ravishing pictures of the south coast.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA takes a walk down Lazarus Lane – the library dedicated to former PM John Howard at Old Parliament House.
“The Burning”, a searing exhibition of Nick Moir’s fire photographs, is about to go on show at Tuggeranong Arts Centre.
The full force of lockdown is explored in Zoe Brand's carefully thought-out show, writes craft reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
The photographic exhibition “Where I Stand” is on display along Exhibition Avenue at ANU, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The National Portrait Gallery is surfacing from the depths of lockdown with an exhibition celebrating the glory days of pub rock through around 130 photographs that capture the energy, the sweat, the passion and the grunge of its performers – think Jimmy Barnes, Kylie, Midnight Oil and even the young AC/DC.
Outdoor events dominate in public arts festival Contour556, allowing people to view art while walking or riding their bikes, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.