Every year the Australian cosmetic industry supports Dream Week seven days of hope when leading cosmetic brands lend their generosity to Look Good…Feel Better
Turkey Flat Vineyard, in the heart of the famed Barossa Valley, is a vital part of the region’s rich societal and cultural heritage with its award winning wines
Brisbane based soprano Milica Ilic is a Principal Artist for Opera Australia and in 2012 has appeared as Queen of the Night in the Magic Flute and will later in the year cover the title role in Opera Australia’s new production of Lucia di Lamermoor. She is also completing a series…
The decision to return to processing asylums seekers off-shore, supported by both parties of politics is far more a statement about who we are than who they are
Crucial to the concept of beautiful singing is the idea that effortless delivery is a means to an end. That end is beautiful expression. Jane Rutter’s flute playing will surely go down in the history of Australian music as an effortless and expressive delivery of music, a mastery of appropriate musical style, and the natural beauty of a unique voice supplied via her magical silver flute.
Artist Kate Bergin’s Royal Gala Performance is high on my list of highly entertaining, her latest flock of fauna balancing preservation vanity & runcible spoons
Peter Pan has the eternal optimism of a child, which means no matter what hurdles or obstacles he needs to overcome what is important is that he believes he can
Dr Michael Brand, director of the Art Gallery of NSW, has unveiled one of Australia’s significant young realist painters Michael Zavros’ new work, The Round Room. which has entered the Gallery’s collection having won the inaugural Bulgari Art Award. Julie Ann Morrison, managing director, Bulgari Australia, said: ‘It is Bulgari’s…
GetUp is a politically motivated movement attempting to enlist like-minded people who want to bring participation back into democracy. Its about Australia so Australians make a difference, join now
For Australian’s this is great time of year to spend in the warmth of the local or national galleries and museums with much to see and do, including the NGV and QAG | GOMA
Reading rocks, so join the movement and be part of the National Year of Reading 2012 now. You set a fine example to your children if you read a lot as well.
In July 2012 the young painter Ai Shah will celebrate her short first two years in the trade by presenting a new show at the Lethbridge Gallery at Brisbane
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