While trying to be ordinary The Durrells proved unique and quite extraordinary, and many would have shed a tear at the end of Season 4 as we finally let them go
The Colmar Treasure: A Medieval Jewish Legacy, is a new exhibition organized by Barbara Drake Boehm, the Paul and Jill Ruddock Senior Curator, Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, which will be on show July 22 – January 12, 2020 at the very evocative The Met Cloisters Museum, New York….
Exhibition of treasures from Villa dei Papiri, one of the most spectacular of Roman 1st century villas, will be on show at its replica; Getty Villa from June 26
Appalling as it was, the massacre known as Peterloo, is a defining event in the evolution of western democracy and to remember it today, is to honour the fallen
The regionally based Tarrawarra Museum of Art will present an exclusive viewing of finalists and winners of the Archibald Prize 2019 for Victorians and visitors
A celebration of life for acclaimed Australian photographer Joyce Evans will be held 6 – 9pm at Monash Gallery of Art, Mon 20 May, please RSVP [email protected]
Adam Robinson of StreetSmart says, politicians want us to believe homelessness is a failure of the individual rather than a failure of the system, can you help?
Unlikely but not impossible, Aphrodite aka Charlize Theron and Hephaestus aka Seth Rogen feature in Long Shot, a movie more complex than it seems on the surface
Tenor Fernando Guimarães singing in The Return of Ulysses for Pinchgut Opera, will imbue Monteverdi’s great work from 1639 with the dramatic realism it deserves
The range of programs and exhibitions announced for the Spring-Summer Season 2019 – 2020 at the National Gallery of Victoria is both very diverse and impressive
Vivid Sydney: May 24 – June 15 is more than a dazzling expo of light its a festival forum for over three hundred innovative events and vibrant visual spectacles
Animated by the ‘spirit of the age, 50 Australian and International dealers and retailers will offer their wares at The Sydney Fair, May 30 – June 2 at Randwick
The Wondrous Cosmos in Medieval Manuscripts is a new exhibition on view April 30 – July 28, 2019, at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center in Los Angeles
Nida Graduate and Award winning Director Damon Gameau explores what the future would be like in 2040 if we embrace the solutions to climate change available now
There are many reasons for making gardens, which engage our emotions on many levels, including sight and scent a place where we can enjoy dreaming nostalgically
Vale Joyce Evans, I remember well you telling me about your heart – the Australian landscape – for you a sacred space, full of beauty, synergy and spirituality