Regional Western Australia
Night sky storytelling making its mark in regions
A series of large-scale ephemeral light and sound installations is reverberating across regional WA.
As Bjork departs more climate action art stars descend
Epic performances sparked by artists’ commitment to climate action are proving powerful drivers of awareness and environmental hope.
Remote Indigenous artists zooming in on photography
New work in photographic mediums is shining light on First Nations stories we don’t often get to see.
What’s next for flood-affected Kimberley Art Centres?
Artist displacement and prolonged access issues are among major concerns for Kimberley Art Centres navigating flood recovery.
The WA art prize connecting past, present and future
Entering the Kimberley Art and Photographic Prize is an opportunity to share stories of local communities, which will be remembered…
Theatre review: Hamlet, Bogan Shakespeare Productions
Misogyny and incest make way for tinnies and Tim Tams in this bogan adaptation of 'Hamlet'.
What happens when poets start painting?
Poetry and painting share many connections, but what happens when a poet picks up the paintbrush to create visual art?
Exhibition review: Spirit of the Landscape
A partnership between the Plein Air Down Under outdoor painting festival and the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Western Region), featuring…
Changing Identities: A region moving from coal to art
After a year in COVID hiatus, the Collie Art Prize once again invites submissions to one of the Australia’s richest…
30 years on, Pilbara art award still going strong
The Cossack Art Awards continues to show how much regional communities value art as an important part of their everyday…