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…
An exploration of nature, especially the transcultural symbol ‘the tree of life’ motif, is an objective of the latest exhibition to go on show of the much acclaimed artist Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox. It will be held in the Graydon Gallery at New Farm in Brisbane commencing on April 17th 2012. The…
The first Mayor at Brisbane guided a community of free men in a city yet to be made. In just 150 short years their vision has been exceeded many times. The change they encouraged others to embrace has been constant as well as socially progressive and today Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, which is a state of great optimism and a dynamic crucible for change.
Castor and Pollux by French composer Jean Philippe Rameau is all about eloquence and musical intelligence. The Pinchgut Opera at Sydney, whose reputation for excellence is renowned, will be sure to achieve another triumph and lead a revival and interest in French music of the Baroque era when they present this musical masterpiece in December 2012.
Li Cunxin, the ballet dancer, who literally leaped into the limelight when he published his best selling autobiography Mao’s Last Dancer in 2003, will take centre stage at the helm of the Queensland Ballet at the end of 2012, the final year for present artistic director Francois Klaus.
Trees are awesome, they are nature’s fortress and humankind’s friend, and here at Melbourne they are valued and conserved especially one Golden Elm at Sth Yarra
Our art of living well has evolved since antiquity in Europe to a residence in Australia today through a diverse and special mix of peoples and their cultures
Stylist Jo Bayley Fashion Editor at The Culture Concept Circle believes anyone can be fabulous armed with the right tools shoes, hot dress and iconic handbag
It is time to cast off old thinking and embrace the new. 2012 is a great place to start formulating ideas that will help invent and innovate the future.
War Horse is a new movie from DreamWorks Studios, a great journey, a timeless story of loyalty, courage, love and hope whose impact will be felt for a long time
Pinchgut Opera in only ten short years of innovative and outstanding productions, have become a classic opera company in the fullest sense of the word, of the first or highest quality, class, or rank. This piece will be sure to be joyous. It is an outstanding work and represents the culmination of Vivaldi’s opera writing career. You will just have to be there!
Artist Marcel Desbiens student of nature, who records the minute details of a petal from a flower on Exhibition, Lethbridge Gallery at Brisbane November 12-27
Sydney in Spring: fashion, flowers and fauna; art, antiques, design and style Remember how theoretically technology was supposed to make our lives easier? In practice it tends to make our lives more complicated. This paradox has led many to embrace simplicity. Arriving at Sydney airport recently as I traversed the…
The Australian Antique & Art Dealers Association (AA&ADA) Show is on at Royal Randwick Racecourse at Sydney from the 7 – 11th September. It is the leading industry body representing antique and art dealers in Australia today. Their Code of Practice is surety that your investment in the past is also an investment in your future.