From a kid-friendly festival at the AGNSW to the musical Hair and the marvels of Cirque du Soleil, we have your week in Sydney covered.
Local and international artists meet the brief of depicting a world without optimism in often surprising ways.
The ground-breaking work of Japanese artist collective teamLab has captivated millions worldwide and is coming to Melbourne.
The artists may be angered and saddened by what they see in the Murray-Darling basin but they have little desire to make propaganda.
The Resale Royalty Scheme was supposed to help Indigenous artists but, 10 years on, evidence of its success is scarce.
If you’re a goat farmer, a knitting machine operator, flower grower or member of parliament, installation artist Kate Mitchell wants you.
The painting, which is the artist's largest, is expected to fetch well over $2 million with buyers reassured "there is no shredder in this frame".
A new program provides an intimate connection between philanthropists and dancers with the Australian Ballet.
From Yirrkala and beyond comes a torrent of creativity in fresh Indigenous art.
The true story of the world-acclaimed Australian-born sculptor's missing public commission at the Art Gallery of NSW has been turned into an exhibition.
Fifty years of John Kaldor
Photographer Polixeni Papapetrou used her daughter as a muse and a collaborator; a retrospective of her work has opened at the NGV.
Montsalvat sits at the edge of Melbourne and of our consciousness. A new director is intent on returning the artists' colony to contemporary focus.
A new exhibition challenges assumptions about men making work traditionally associated with women.
Riversdale had succumbed to chaos and drought and was not much more than dust, vinca and running bamboo.
Sisters Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell, their friends and lovers continue to captivate - now in with a new exhibition and a movie.
The NGV is expecting a broad visitor base with its first-ever exhibition of artist Brian Donnelly, better known as pop culture phenomenon KAWS.
The show is an electro extravaganza with a hand-cranked home-made ethic.
Sydney Morning Herald photographer Dominic Lorrimer has won the $10,000 Australian Life photography prize for a deeply emotional image entitled Haka.
"They said we’d never make a living out of broms because they just weren't popular enough."
When abstract artist Jack Lanagan Dunbar takes up a three-month residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris he will be following in the footsteps of his mother.
Mid-career artist Savanhdary Vongpoothorn's work displays an unusual degree of sensitivity.
Brian Roach has long been a passionate propagator of Australian flora.
Are the Garmin or Beurer diagnostic scales best for you?
A new book revels in the dynamism of concrete, the second most consumed material on the planet after water,