New South Wales
Theatre review: City of Gold
Indigenous grief and identity at the forefront of this explosive show.
The future of Australian theatre showcased in four student productions
NIDA students’ graduating shows speak to the zeitgeist and showcase the results of years of study.
Fashion's Trojan Horse has got the power
Iordanes Spyridon Gogos’ runway show at the Powerhouse reimagines fashion as a hypercoloured, hypercollaborative adventure beyond boundaries.
Nurturing traditional excellence in a field of racy prizes
On its tenth edition, the Basil Sellers Art Prize goes national, ups the prize pool, and refocuses its brief
First Koori to paint a Koori and win the Archibald Prize
Likening his win to winning an election, Blak Douglas makes history with a monumental portrait capturing resilience in the face…
Rethinking contemporary textiles
Curators and artists come together to discuss emerging trends around the expanded practice of textiles and fibre art.
How a festival responded to election fever (sausage sizzle included)
Sydney Writers' Festival nimbly navigates election coverage, explains Artistic Director Michael Williams.
How a sideways career move aided an international tour
Belvoir’s Executive Producer Sue Donnelly discusses the company’s upcoming UK tour of epic play Counting and Cracking.
Musical review: 9 To 5
The cult classic movie returns as a feminist-lite musical.
How digital projects changed the future of storytelling
Storyplace is a new website that has changed the way regional galleries share their collections.