Artist Megan Hales has created Canberra's Mardi Gras mural on the theme, “I Rise to Inspire Others to Live as their True Selves”, featuring Olympian Michelle Heyman, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her daily arts round-up.
Standing in front of one masterpiece after another is daunting… seeing the brushstrokes, the lines, colours and shapes of these master works come alive, writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA reports on the latest happenings in the arts scene.
“Folk – it’s a big, beautiful word and for me, it’s the sound of the stories of the room,” Katie Noonan, new artistic director of the National Folk Festival, tells arts editor HELEN MUSA.
For Lakespeare & Co, it’s the fourth year of staging works by the Bard of Avon outdoors and free for all to enjoy, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
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”.
As part of the Enlighten Festival, the Australian Dance Party is holding an after-dark tour through the Australian National Botanic Gardens, with illuminated live dance, music and spoken word.
“Lamb” is a play about family, the land and being the one who stays, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her daily arts round-up.
A partnership between Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council and Bendigo Bank’s Braidwood and Bungendore branches means good news for local artists.
Dreadful things happen to women in opera, but nowhere is their fate sealed more grimly than in Béla Bartók’s “Bluebeard’s Castle”, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Canberra lit up last night (February 25), a day ahead of the official launch of Enlighten 2021 this evening.
"Angela Valamanesh: About Being Here" is a serious exhibition showing the work of an artist who is comfortable working in diverse media, says reviewer MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE.
This revival of John Bell‘s Fascist-era “Tosca” confirms its likely place at the top of Opera Australia’s repertoire for a long time, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her review.
Canberra Symphony Orchestra returns to Queanbeyan for its annual community concert “Music by the River”, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her daily arts round-up.
It's about to get a lot brighter and more colourful at the Parliamentary Triangle when the Enlighten Festival kicks off this weekend, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA in her latest artsday – what's on – column.
The enthusiastic young cast of “Be More Chill” gave Canberrans a taste of the show in Garema Place today, writes LEN POWER.
It's 'l'amour, toujours l'amour' at the 32nd Alliance Française Film Festival, and much of that love can be attributed to its new curator, Karine Mauris.
LEN POWER reviews "Kaleidoscope", Art Song Canberra's first concert this year, featuring soprano Jade McFaul and pianist Lucus Allerton.
Young Canberra pianist Charles Huang will perform as part of Wesley Music Centre’s Lunchtime Concert series, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her daily arts round-up.