Man ic levity thrives in hothouse environment

"Nothing that is so is so," says Feste the fool, the only character in Twelfth Night who has a firm grip on his...

Neon Hues Paint Puddles of ‘Regular Rain’ in Images by Slava Semeniuta

 Art Photography #color #photography #rain #water January 19, 2020 Andrew LaSane All images ©  VISUAL SCIENTIST, shared with permission Russian artist and photographer Slava Semeniuta (aka VISUAL SCIENTIST) retouches digital photographs...

National Gallery of Australia’s founding director James Mollison dies

The founding director of the National Gallery of Australia James Mollison has died. He was 88-years-old.Mollison was appointed director of the NGA in...

What’s on in Sydney: January 19 to 25

MUSIC Sounds of Then (This Is Australia) hitmakers GANGgajang plan to take a break from touring, but are having a last hurrah. Tonight's...

TV Critic’s Choice for January 19

Australian of the YearCredit:Kristoffer Paulsen AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR AWARDS★★★Saturday 25 January 7.30pm, ABCHowever you feel about the jingoism – and political...

Director Paige Rattray tackles dark stories and powerful women

Fangirls turned the narrative around teenage girls who love boybands on its head and turned out to be one of the hottest tickets...

How a Hollywood icon helped pick Nicole Kidman’s role in Bombshell

At this month's Golden Globes, where the 52-year-old was up for an acting prize for Big Little Lies, Kidman – with partner Keith...

Sydney scions take over millionaire playground in the snow

John Agnew, Tom Schofield, Edward Renton and Tom Tilley in Aspen. Credit:InstagramTom Schofield, son of Australian banker Philip Schofield and ex-wife Tracey is...

French Riviera bar, Piper champagne and even an alpaca

Reuben Styles (L) and Adam Hyde with Capudo the alpaca.Credit:Kate CornishSpotify uses an algorithm that considers both a user’s listening habits and a...

How public art is reinvigorating Australia’s cultural landscape

"Art, by its very nature, was always public," he says. "If you go back in history, the were always the greatest painters...