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.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA reports on the day in Canberra’s arts scene.
Online hit musicals, virtual film screening and dance classes... Arts Editor HELEN MUSA’s latest update.
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.
Art / “There’s Nothing To See Here”, Sally O’Neill, m16artspace.com.au, to April 5. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY.
AUSTRALIA has just joined Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Israel, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Switzerland and Ukraine in giving its 2020 entrant in the...
CRAFT ACT artists-in-residence show, “Terra Celestial”, has moved entirely online. The exhibition sees artists, designers and craftspeople from the Canberra region examining the famous...
Arts editor HELEN MUSA's update on the arts community.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA's update on the latest event and gallery closures.
The $25,000 Australia Council Award for Theatre has gone to Queanbeyan-born playwright Tommy Murphy, it was announced at last night’s (March 9) 2020 Australia Council Awards held in Sydney’s Eternity Playhouse.
The Youth Ambassador for the 54th National Folk Festival will be Canberra songstress Lucy Sugerman, it was announced last night (February 18) at a launch by ACT Arts Minister Gordon Ramsay.
Arts and design students starting out at the University of Canberra this year will have the chance to immerse themselves into the world of art and history with UC's “Cultural Pass”, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
What’s happening where… it’s all in HELEN MUSA’s weekly “Arts in the City” column.
HELEN MUSA previews what’s happening in the Canberra region this weekend.
What’s happening where… it’s all in HELEN MUSA’s weekly "Arts in the City" column.
Shows, exhibitions and arts events… HELEN MUSA previews what’s happening in Canberra this weekend.