Curved humans with egg-shaped faces, maternal figures that might be the Madonna, suns that could be halos, strolling lovers, and Greek and Australian landscapes signified by a single Cypress tree, a bare-branched gum or subtle changes in the tones of the sky and earth …
Fifteen paintings, the largest of which is 150 centimetres by 150 centimetres, fill a gallery at Mary Mackillop Place, bringing the diversity, and desolation of the Murray-Darling river system to the city.
An exhibition at 107 Projects in Redfern in May features photographic portraits taken in the Redfern-Alexandria-Waterloo area.
“The river is the blood of the Earth,” said Muruwari and Budjiti artist Bruce Shillingsworth at the Yaama Ngunna Baaka – Welcome to Our River exhibition.
The Genesian Theatre, a very well-loved, small, central-Sydney theatre, is to be ingested by a new 187-bedroom, 18-storey hotel and ground level retail and restaurant development that will be built beside it and cantilevered over it.
An interview with Ghenoa Gela whose one-woman show My Urrwai has toured Australia and soon will be opening at the Sydney Opera House.
Sydney-born landscape artist Luke Sciberras’ exhibition Rose in View features works made on location in remote regions of the Kimberley Coast in Western Australia.
On Sunday March 3, the distinguished, multi-award-winning Canadian writer Margaret Atwood spoke at the Sydney Opera House as part of the UNSW Centre for Ideas 2019 program of live talks.
In early February I met with the Rev. Andrew Collis and Catherine Skipper in the manse studio to reflect on 10 years of the Orchard Gallery (South Sydney Uniting Church).
Sergey Gorshkov has to plan for months and take all his camera gear and other supplies in by helicopter but he still finds any excuse to visit Wrangel Island in the Arctic Ocean in the Russian Far East.