Zanny Begg’s ‘The Beehive’ reminds us the fight for housing justice is far from over.
Put together by Sydney based Aboriginal organisation YARN Australia, Blackfella-Whitefella, Any Fella saw a solid crowd gather to enjoy a lineup of deadly Aboriginal and non-Indigenous bands including reggae groovers…
Sally McInerney is an established photographer based in Sydney. She travelled on two occasions over the last 12 months to the tiny remote Pacific island. “My first visit to…
Murmurs is an exhibition that evokes soft, indistinct and heartfelt meditations on the human condition.
PADDINGTON: A range of actions that aim to challenge the way Australia treats asylum seekers will be implemented, following a well-attended forum at Paddington Uniting Church on April 30.
From May 17-June 23 the Head On Photo Festival hits Sydney, showcasing the best in Australian and international photography. Head On is Australia’s largest photographic festival with around 200 exhibitions, talks and workshops taking place over five weeks including many galleries in the South Sydney area. It provides equal opportunity for emerging and established photographers based on standard of work rather than name or celebrity.
I was very glad to read Bishop John McIntyre’s column in last month’s SSH, giving his much more relaxed and open view of the current marriage debate than would sometimes be expressed by my Sydney Anglican colleagues.