Iain Grandage delivers his final Perth Festival as Artistic Director, one set to warm hearts and minds.
More Aussie than Vegemite: A new report pins the social, economic and land value of the Sydney Opera House between 2022-23.
Curator Jonathan Wilson explains his ideas for Volume, a new festival at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
The dance world has lionised artists for more than a century. West Australian Ballet’s Echoes of Van Gogh is set to continue the tradition.
Portraits of significant music figures, including conductor Jessica Cottis, are among the 57 paintings selected for the 2023 Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
London-based Australian soprano Helena Dix talks about overcoming her fears and sitting for a portrait entered into this year's Archibald Prize.
$535m has been allocated to arrest decline in infrastructure and service provision, but efficiency dividend to remain.
The addition of three new female busts to the collection in the Sydney Conservatorium of Music library seeks to redress age-old inequities.
Bringing local and travelling artists to coastal NSW, this year's Festival features Australian String Quartet, Speak Percussion and Ngaiire.
Take a look back at the 12 biggest news stories of the past year – the good news, the sad news and the stories that rocked the boat.
Featuring an immersive soundscape by Nick Wales, and a new Sulman Award-winning accommodation wing, Arthur Boyd’s homestead invites everyone to rediscover nature’s beauty.
New research finds a 27% gender pay gap in the arts, almost double the current national average, while women artists from non-English speaking backgrounds are further disadvantaged.
In Currency House's New Platform Paper series, First Nations philosopher Tyson Yunkaporta examines how different concepts of arts, culture and economics have informed the history of relations between Aboriginal and colonial Australia. Read an extract here.