Arts / ‘SoundOut’ still needs crowdfunding support

EXPERIMENTAL music aficionados are lining up for the annual SoundOut Festival, coming to ANU Drill Hall Gallery in early February. Award-winning director and founder of...

Arts / Another success for Folk Festival

REPORTS are in from the 51st National Folk Festival of attendances between 46,000 and 48,000 for this year’s Easter event. Over 200 national and international...

Arts / Men’s choir sings the old, new and quirky

CANBERRA Men's Choir will be singing a selection from their repertoire of songs old, new, and quirky at this week’s Wesley Music Centre’s "Lunchtime...

Arts / Around the galleries

Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings

Review / ‘An intense, emotional performance’

Music / "Dangerous Romantics". Wesley Music Centre, February 26. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY.

Arts / Change blows in at Four Winds

WITH the recent announcement that the biennial Four Winds Easter Festival would become annual, the sense of change around this year's Easter event at...

Arts / Plastic ‘resources’ used in art statement

SCULPTURE-lovers may be forgiven for thinking the most enduring art is to be found in stone, bronze and steel, but a new art installation...

Arts / What’s on in Canberra this weekend?

CABARET performer Michael Griffiths is coming to Teatro Vivaldi this Friday in “Cole”. Inspired by legendary songwriter Cole Porter, it’s billed as “a sharp and...

Arts / What’s on and where in Canberra this weekend?

GARY France and the Groove Warehouse presents pop, rock, Caribbean, world and jazz grooves in “Celebration DRUMtacular”, its third annual holiday concert. At The...

Arts / Canberrans shortlisted for Australian Dance Awards

EVEN as QL2 Dance prepares for its three-week production, “This Poisoned Sea”, at The Playhouse, news is to hand that its 2016 production “Connected”...

Arts / ‘POKE-Art’ all the go at studioMAP

PICKING up on the Pokémon Go global phenomenon, studioMAP in Griffith is turning on a unique art workshop specially designed for children. Young Canberra Pokémon...

Arts / Fellowship helps indigenous understanding

NEWS is in from the National Institute of Dramatic Art that its Indigenous Fellowship for the 2019 Master of Fine Arts (Cultural Leadership) is...

Arts / What’s on and where in Canberra this weekend?

Events: THE National Folk Festival is a family-oriented celebration attended by over 50,000 people. Over 450 individual concerts showcase musical styles and genres as...

Review / Concert 6 CIMF: Fiery music and talk from the Northwest

review / Canberra International Music Festival Concert 6, Barbara Blackman’s festival blessing concert, Gandel Hall, NGA, May 1. Reviewed by Helen Musa.

Arts / Famous protest singer comes to Canberra

FAMOUS protest singer and son of 20th century musical legend Woody Guthrie, Arlo Guthrie (pictured) will be coming to Canberra next year with his...

Arts / Around the galleries

Arts editor HELEN MUSA shares Canberra’s newest gallery openings

Arts / Paddock exhibition brings sculptures with ‘depth’

THE success of the 2017 “Sculpture in the Paddock” prize and exhibition cements this event as one of the leading sculpture events in New...

Review / ‘Extraordinary physicality’ in staged Milton

Review / ”Paradise Lost,” by John Milton. Adapted by Christopher Samuel Carroll. At Belconnen Arts Centre until January 28. Reviewed by JOE WOODWARD

Arts / ‘Bright Blue Gorilla’ promises to make Canberra laugh

PRODUCER Robyn Rosenkrantz and director Michael Glover, who together call themselves Bright Blue Gorilla, are filmmakers and musicians from Los Angeles now touring Australia...

Arts / Whitbread’s ‘wild and wacky’ performance

A WILD and wacky recital is coming up tomorrow (October 21) at Wesley Music Centre when veteran bassoonist David Whitbread unveils “even more things...




Fyshwick business owner escapes death

The owner of a business in Fyshwick faced death when a robber allegedly attempted to discharge a firearm at the owner in January. 


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