The all new slow-cycling movement in Melbourne is a rebellion against many people’s affectation for wearing specialized cycling clothing, whether or not they are professional cyclists
Shortlisted for the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Artist David Henderson’s 2012 Exhibition in the Graydon Gallery at Brisbane is on 24 Aug to 2 September
If a restaurant, café or coffee bar that you frequent is not supporting StreetSmart Australia please let them know about its DineSmart and CafeSmart initiatives
18th Biennale of Sydney from June to September 2012 will take place in various city venues, connected by a spectacular art walk around Sydney’s famous harbour
Just like Andy Warhol in the west, Japanese artist Kamisaka Sekka in the East became known as a great visionary of his age and master of Japanese decorative art
The history of the monarchy has always been about great change and the present Queen has had a great deal to contend with since her accession to the throne in 1952.
Royal commentator Andrew Marr followed the Queen of England for 1.5 years examining defining moments of the Queen’s reign, beginning with her accession in 1952.
Napoleon Revolution to Empire was a truly wonderful celebration of creativity and how, as Napoleon himself insightfully pointed out – imagination rules the world
Woollahra is the style suburb of Sydney full of mature trees, houses and shops, which are historically important and have been transformed from shabby to chic
If you are at Brisbane in Queensland you can enjoy two superb shows about Women in the modern age on at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)
Join the Twilight Walk & Candle-lighting Ceremony at Brisbane on May 2, 2012 between 4 – 6pm. It marks the beginning of Domestic Violence month in Australia.
On the Weekend of May 12th & 13 at the Art Gallery of NSW you can view one of the country’s ‘finest collections of Australian art, from colonial times to the contemporary age’ FREE
At Melbourne on Friday August 10th 2012, the StreetSmart initiative CafeSmart will bring together coffee roasters, cafes and coffee drinkers around the country to help people who are experiencing homelessness
The paradigm shift we are experiencing on such a massive scale only happens every 100 years or so. And, as history reveals, it is only those who bend with the strength of a bamboo rod in the breeze and then spring back upright, that survive.
In his final year at the helm of the Queensland Ballet Francois Klaus has lost none of his passion or the commitment he is renowned for in imagining Wonderland.
How great is artist, raconteur, amateur poet and passionate Australian Tim Storrier’s portrait of himself, which has won the Archibald Prize for 2012. Humble, full of humour and pathos, that interior universe to which man is drawn, attracted by its complexities and contradictions. It certainly implies that something more than…