Making marvellous memories for the audience at The Whitehouse Centre Melbourne on 16 September 2017 soprano Mirusia diva divine sang superb songs From the Heart
The Christians I know who follow the teachings of Jesus will vote YES to marriage equality as they believe in doing unto others as you would have them do to you
My partner of 13 years died nearly one year ago, and in the wake of that devastating life event, the points an Equality Celebrant Randall Berger raises mean a lot of to me
Artistic director Paul Dyer promises the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra 2018 season will be a banquet of Baroque music with drama joy and flair like no other!
MPavilion Australia’s leading architectural commission opens at Melbourne in Spring, offering citizens and visitors Free admission to a stunning array of events
Ali, the son of a respected Muslim cleric, who migrated to suburban Australia from Iraq, tries to live up to his father’s high expectations with chaotic results
Family friends fans and followers can rejoice in the knowing that Janet Seidel was an influence for all time on the evolution of music that matters in Australia
A flamenco-classical guitar fusion at the Melbourne International Guitar Festival (MIGF) 22-24 September will feature Gerard Mapstone and Richard Tedesco – Ole!
Works from the estate of Australia’s greatest sculptor Robert Klippel (1920 – 2001) will be a focal point at Sydney Contemporary, Carriageworks, September 7-10
Mirusia is a singer for all seasons and performs From the Heart, the name of her album to be released in September 2017, in time for her concerts in Melbourne
A survey of works from the 1960s and 70s chosen by artist David Rankin to celebrate 50 years is on display at Charles Nodrum Gallery Melbourne until September 2
Artistic Director Neil Armfield and Australian composer Brett Dean’s production Hamlet will make its Australian debut 2 – 18 March at the Adelaide Festival 2018
The Australian Reading Hour takes place each spring, a time for rebirth, refreshment and renewal and this year it is scheduled for Thursday, September 14, 2017
Australian born New York based artist David Rankin achieves an understanding of an Aboriginal sense of place in his work since first encountered during his 20s
Jim Dine is sometimes categorised as a Pop artist, although a NGV exhibition of his prints shows the real breadth and creativity of 100 works, covering 45 years
Drawing artists from across the nation, Tarnanthi Festival, 2017, focuses on seven centres on South Australian Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands