Interested in the Science attached to the care and conservation of our planet … Science Talk, free from New York Botanical Garden, offers a global commentary
Social inclusion goes a long way to fostering mental well-being; we need an identity, a sense of belonging, and to experience a sense of solidarity in community
An exhibition focusing on the critical role armor played in the life & ambitions of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I (1459–1519), will open at The Met in October
The New York Botanical Garden will present 650 varieties of roses, including their new rose The Divine Miss M flowering for their Rose Garden Weekend June 1 & 2
National Indigenous Arts Awards recognize & celebrate the significant contribution of First Nations artists to a vibrant landscape of Australian arts & culture
ROCKETMAN is irresistible more than a foot stomping musical fantasy it is about those events which challenge every particle of our being when the chips are down
Thought-provoking, sublimely detailed the wondrous Winter Masterpiece Exhibition Terracotta Warriors | Cai Guo-Qiang at NGV International will be a huge success
En Pointe: the annual performance for students of the Australian Ballet School, which was held at Hamer Hall for Morning Melodies recently, delighted the crowd
The Marais Project, formed in 2000 to perform the 600 early music works of French composer Marin Marais, have released a CD to celebrate their 20th anniversary
Royal College of Physicians, London presents an evening challenging guests to decide if their landmark building is designed in the Modernist or Brutalist style?
English Baroque with Circa by the ABO delivered a festive presentation full of flair and humour exploring musical and human form through virtuosity and ornament
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
The J. Paul Getty Museum have acquired a group of seventeen ancient engraved gems some of the finest ever found, including portraits of Antinous and Demosthenes