Typewriter artist creates sensations with hidden messages
London-based artist James Cook uses typewriters to create masterful pieces.
Orchestras strengthening international engagement
Over 100 student musicians are heading to Singapore and Malaysia, and a new major UK partnership for the MSO has…
From Tate Modern to Newcastle, Atong Atem is making an impact
Atong Atem's photography allows the past and the future to co-exist in powerful ways, and it's being noticed internationally.
Aboriginal activist Richard Bell (de)colonises Tate Modern
Aboriginal artist Richard Bell asks Tate Modern to 'Pay the Rent (UK)', with artworks protesting land rights.
In conversation with Sir Simon Rattle
On the eve of the LSO's Australian tour, Sir Simon Rattle discussed life and music with ABC presenter, Martin Buzacott.
Postcard from London
With so much on offer, roving reporter Diana Carroll suggests a few ‘must-see’ items for art lovers visiting London.
QAGOMA and V&A join forces for Asia Pacific exhibition
Highlights from QAGOMA’s Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT) will be presented at the London Victoria and Albert Museum…
Creating COVID-safe audience participation on stage
How does an artform that’s reliant on intimacy and audience participation adapt to COVID-safe protocols?
Barbican Centre appoints Arts Centre Melbourne’s Claire Spencer as inaugural CEO
After more than seven years at Arts Centre Melbourne, Spencer is leaving to run the largest performing arts centre in…
How an Australian company toured Europe mid-pandemic (plus Tubular Bells!)
Yaron Lifschitz reflects on the challenges of mounting three new works in Europe while half of Australia was in lockdown.