MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE reviews “Transference”, online and at Craft ACT Craft + Design Centre, a collaborative exhibition by artists Robyn Campbell and Jo Victoria.
"IT was only a matter of time until someone swooped up the trademark of "Binge" in this crowded streaming market," writes streaming correspondent NICK OVERALL.
Elliot wanted to capture these disturbing emotions and move them from her mind onto their work, writes MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE about Benjamin Edols and Kathy Elliott's online exhibition.
Streaming columnist NICK OVERALL reveals an after-hours, animated humour-based cartoon platform that's strictly for adults.
Forte passages came across with intensity, quieter passages were delivered with style and grace, writes music reviewer TONY MAGEE about the Selby & Friends performance, “Let’s Get Personal”.
Not even “heaven” comes without strings in the virtual-reality afterlife where customers can upload and upgrade their lives, writes NICK OVERALL in this week's burst of streaming thrills.
Dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON finds that Deakin’s new French restaurant Ondine isn’t to be beaten by COVID-19, and has quickly revised its menu to suit transportable takeaway.
Textile artists pull no punches in demonstrating the significance of trees and their destruction in 'Tree Conversations', says reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE
Streaming columnist NICK OVERALL says the sun never sets on 'Star Wars' in the lockdown streaming world...
TONY MAGEE reviews the first performances of the Canberra International Music Festival's virtual response to its coronavirus cancellation with "The Best Festival We Never Had".
ROB KENNEDY salutes an online performance by Claire Edwardes and Ensemble Offspring.
Lots to look at, but no touching; it's another week of steaming streaming with NICK OVERALL
THE inaugural Gunning Arts Festival is done and dusted, but not really – you can still see it online.
'Tiger King' is a global sensation, largely due to the internet going wild for Joe's eccentric image and character. But that's not all that's making storming streaming this week, says NICK OVERALL.
Classical guitarist Matt Withers performs in a Canberra hotel room to a world audience. He even did an encore!
"I went to the bar and asked to see the bottle: it was a 2018. I asked for the 2016 as advertised, which was poured with a nod of apology and the wine was a different creature," writes wine writer RICHARD CALVER, remembering the days of sharing a drink with a friend... at a bar.
NICK OVERALL looks at what people are watching in a global crisis and it's not what you think.
Art / “Reality is OK For a Holiday”, Andrew Baines, nancysevergallery.com.au until further notice. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY.
craft / “Terra Celestial”, Artists-in-residence program 2019, Craft ACT: Craft + Design, craftact.org.au and social media platforms until May 9. Reviewed by MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
Art / Jörg Schmeisser “The Journey Continues: Prints From the Family Collection”, Beaver Galleries. March 26-April 12. Viewable at beavergalleries.com.au or by appointment. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY.