A Cabinet of Rarities: the curious collections of Sir Thomas Browne (1605-1682) property of a genius you won’t know, who found the extraordinary in the ordinary
Rubens, Boucher, Fragonard, Ingres and Watteau are names of artists whose works James Fairfax donated, wanting to enrich the lives of all those who viewed them
Democracy is about debate, compromise and a basic sense of solidarity; we are all in this together, said American President Barack Obama in his farewell address
Usually on holidays at this time of year, I had to add my voice to those lamenting the sad loss of Carrie Fisher and her mum Debbie Reynolds, women of influence
Rogue One Director Gareth Edwards has creatively crafted a clever adult Star Wars story, one for all those who remain young at heart, may the force be with you!
Who’s Afraid of Colour? is a new exhibition at NGV Australia in Melbourne showcasing works produced by indigenous women at the vanguard of contemporary practice
National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) will present a never-before-seen exhibition The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture, August 27 to November 7, 2017
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Choir and NZ born soprano Madison Nonoa gave the audience at their NOËL! NOËL! concert in Melbourne, a gift of beauty for Xmas
Michael Keaton plays American businessman and philanthropist Ray Kroc who calls himself The Founder of McDonald’s. Is that the truth behind those golden arches?
Linguist Louise Banks (Amy Adams) in the film Arrival asks the question, “If you could see your whole life laid out in front of you, would you change things?”
Caught up in a maelstrom of events Canadian Wing Commander Max Vatan and French Resistance fighter Marianne Beauséjour become Allied, uniting in war and life
Moving from Clarence House to Buckingham Palace and taking Windsor his wife’s name were difficult decisions for Phillip when Elizabeth started wearing The Crown
Being the spare heir George VI and his family, contented country folk were thrust into the limelight of city and royal life, where they would find their destiny
If you are a resident or visitor enjoy a stylish conversation about community social and cultural life at the Threads of History exhibition, City of Stonnington
The value of arts and creativity in Australian life is way beyond life style choices, it helps innovate collaborations, leading to academic and economic benefit
David Hockney: Current a show at the NGV International reveals the intangibles that so often occlude the truth with a riveting and powerfully humanistic reality