Over the centuries, exciting stories around dragons have changed or influenced the way we perceive, approach, think about and indeed, have also presented, as a ‘rage for simplicity in the world of art. They encompass and enrich the whole experience of visual art. A dragon in the grand scheme of…
The annual CafeSmart initiative of StreetSmart Australia will be uniting businesses and customers to raise vital funds for small grassroots homeless services. Cafes will be donating $1 from every coffee sold to StreetSmart Australia on August 9, 2019
Good food at Omnia, South Yarra- is full of subtleties and sophistication. Simple, wonderful meals, which soothe the soul and sparkle like a warm sunny afternoon
Artist David Rankin sent a wonderful photo from Shelter Island gently NY watching a gaggle of geese flying above the water on a grey idyllic day, I needed it!
Enjoying Italian in your favourite local with those you love and care about is a wonderful celebration of life and love.
What a momentous event it was for all the world, as Astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon and took that first step and giant leap forward for humankind
Apollo 11 – Giveaway, Ten Double Passes for Melbourne viewers, courtesy Madman Entertainment – First ten people to email Editor [email protected]
River of Language opens Saturday 29 June, 2010 at Melbourne Museum offering activities for all ages, including a Welcome to Country and indigenous storytelling
ABO and Brandenburg Choir, will perform George F Handel’s Coronation Anthems and Music for the Royal Fireworks 4 July – 4 August in Sydney, Brisbane & Melbourne
Through April, May and up until now, mid-June 2019, I have seemingly been marking time to move forward discovering I need to have a second round of chemotherapy
Troy: Myth and Reality at the British Museum will through 300 objects on show from 21 November 2019 – 8 March 2020 seek the stories at the heart of ancient Troy
Today it is difficult to articulate what enriched generations past, but the qualities and values men like Martyn Cook held and honoured, are still worth seeking
The British Museum presents 15 major Buddhist and Shinto sacred images 600 – 1300 from Nara Prefecture, leading up to Japanese Olympic and Paralympic Games 2020
Apollo’s Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography is an exhibition at The Met Fifth Avenue starting July 3 celebrating 50 years since the giant leap for mankind
Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx at the NYBG, is an immersive experience, with a variety of colors and textures, capturing the imagination
Queensland Art Gallery (QAGOMA) June 15 – October 13 will celebrate the life and legacy of much loved Australian Artist Margaret Olley (1923-2011) and her works