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Theatre access: A bird's eye view on the interior of a lavish theatre space showing audience members finding their seats before curtain up.

Do 'pay what you can' schemes boost ticket sales?

In these economically tough times, is now the right moment for more arts companies to try new ticketing models to…

Lincoln Austin's work presents visual delights. Image is a large geometrical holey ball in bright fluorescent colours of orange, lime green, purple and pink, pictured outside with a river and some high rise buildings on the opposite bank.

Lincoln Austin new exhibition centres joy and perspective

Winner of the 2023 Queensland Regional Art Awards in the major 'Art for Life' category, Lincoln Austin's solo exhibition provides…

Two Aboriginal men dance together, both dressed in orange prison overalls. One, fully dressed and with a shaved head, supports the other man, who has curly hair and is shirtless, his overalls tied around his waist.

Remounting a Stolen Generations story told through dance

Remounting ‘The Other Side of Me’ has allowed NT choreographer Gary Lang to enrich its beauty and potency, he explains.


Music review: Symphony Fantastic, QPAC

Love, lust and madness in an all-French program of delightful music with added extras.  

The Word. On a dark stage a group of young people sit in a huddle. They wear shades of green and are turned to a young woman in the middle who is standing. Some of them point at her.

Theatre review: The Word, Abbotsford Convent

A youthful cast of 11 grapple with meaning and the power and absence of words.

Image is an older white woman with shoulder length hair and grey at the temples. She wears a pearl necklace and a V white scoop neck top with a grey leaf pattern on it and is looking off to the right. The portrait, among two other works of Gina Rinehart, are reproduced in Vincent Namatjira's monograph. Image: Supplied, courtesy Thames & Hudson.

Gina Rinehart's own creativity revisited as she attacks Namatjira's portrait

Do you remember Gina Rinehart's poem 'Our Future'? Here it is, for those who missed it when it first came…

SOL Gallery. Image by artist Demetrious Vakras of night sky and a naked woman facing away from us, her lower half dissolving into an x-ray type biomechanical image. To her right is a small fire and to her left is a skull.

Exhibition review: Andrew Fyfe, Joanna Wolthuizen, Lee-Anne Raymond, Demetrios Vakras, SOL Gallery

SOL Gallery’s latest exhibition is another triumph of Melbourne’s artistic diversity and character.

Ulster American. Three actors on a stage set of a loft type apartment. A woman in a short sleeved lilac jumper sits downstage. Behind her centre stage is a bearded man all in black with a baseball cap backwards and an Oscar in his outstretched hand; he is shouting. A third balding man with glasses stands on the right behind a tan leather couch clasping his hands and watching the man in the centre.

Theatre review: Ulster American, Ensemble Theatre

Feminism, #MeToo, toxic masculinity, the Northern Irish ‘Troubles’ and the theatre itself are dissected in this provocative work.

Arts sector appointments. A dynamic photograph of waves rising and falling as they roll forward towards the unseen shore.

On the move: latest arts sector appointments

A new Chief Conductor, new Board members, and other arts sector comings and goings from around the country.

Old time black and white image of four men lying in the forest, one has a pipe, another has leaves around his hat. Museum of Brisbane.

A strong community focus takes art to new places in Brisbane

Ten months into her role as Director of Museum of Brisbane, Zoe Graham is driving an innovative program that places…

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