If you want to find a fascinating array of antiques or art to tempt or inspire, then you cannot go past the AA&ADA Melbourne Antiques & Art Fair, May 5-8, 2016
3 days of special events at all 3 of The Met, New York locations will celebrate the opening of Marcel Breuer’s iconic building on Madison Avenue, The Met Breur
The David Roche Foundation Trust Museum at Adelaide will display 3000+ works of art and antiques when opened by former Prime Minister Paul Keating, June 3, 2016
Jenny Eriksson’s The Marais Project a highly regarded annual concert series, and her electric viola da gamba group Elysian Fields, makes magical sounds of music
As winter thaw begins in the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, its gardeners are gathering thousands of fabulous blooms for its Orchid Show: Orchidelirium
In Episode 8 winding up Series 6 of Downton Abbey, everyone upstairs and downstairs is left feeling a sense of loss or otherwise overjoyed at the turn of events
Opera Australia’s Elixir of Love provides a perfect night out for both newcomers and aficionados of the opera alike with Rachelle Durkin as Adina winning hearts
Masters of the Everyday: Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer by The Royal Collection Trust a show at Queen’s Gallery London, Edinburgh and Mauritshuis The Hague
Season Six of Downton Abbey is about two extremes of historical continuum and the frailty of our humanity ancient past to distant future, in shades of Season One
A lively portrait in marble of French philosophe Voltaire by Marie-Anne Collot, on display at the NGV, reflects his ideal of progress we inherently follow today
Have you ever had a dress that changed your world? It’s an interesting thought, and one that came to me after receiving a generous gift from one of my lovely friends. I would hazard a guess that most of my friends and family know the best gift to give me…
In Intersections: The Art of Architects, reports Rose Niland, three trained architects investigate that barely perceptible divide between art and architecture
Streetwise is an exhibition in Melbourne 1 to 22 February, 2015 celebrating International Women’s Day and the work of American Street Photographer Vivian Maier
Paul Dyer’s emboldening ABO Xmas concert Noël Noël reminds us all, that achieving peace and harmony is aided by connecting cultural voices all around the world.
Cellist Anthony Albrecht is going from strength to strength as he embraces the early music world, playing with passion, dedication, energy & wide-ranging colour
October 5, 2014 is the day in Australia to begin saving daylight for summer although shouldn’t east coast state’s all align? What about joining in Queensland ?