After more than 12 months of hearings, a federal inquiry is set to deliver its final report into Rio Tinto's destruction of the sacred Juukan Gorge caves.
NSW artist Sid Tapia has won WA’s premier portrait prize for his painting of a Sydney homeless man.
Musica Viva and artistic director Paul Kildea bring back international tours to Perth Concert Hall in 2022
Nicola Coxon began minting her artwork as non-fungible tokens this year as a way to authenticate the moving pictures and receive ongoing royalties.
Miners remain on notice to improve relationships with traditional owners as an inquiry into the Juukan Gorge destruction prepares to deliver its final report.
One of Australia's biggest superannuation funds wants stronger cultural heritage protection following Rio Tinto's destruction of the Juukan Gorge caves.
Stars come under fire for ‘blackfishing’, used to come across as more racially ambiguous in order to be able to profit from the black culture, which can be just as offensive as ‘blackface’.
Hey Hey It’s Saturday is taking a walk down memory lane as it returns to our screens for a one-off anniversary special to celebrate 50 years since the much-loved variety show first aired.
Victoria will plunge $15 million into supporting the state's creative industry as it struggles through a prolonged lockdown.
Australian String Quartet and Fiona Campbell present Margaret River Weekend of Music, November 5-7
The accidental artist is channelling his animal instincts in the the middle of the WA outback to create unique metal sculptures from recycled and scrap metal bits and bobs.
WA Opera premieres Noongar saga Koolbardi wer Wardong, by Gina Williams & Guy Ghouse, at His Majesty’s Theatre
Maddy and Jess Larkman have a way with music creating heavenly harmonies that are getting air-time across the country.
WA composer Lachlan Skipworth’s trumpet concerto, Altiora Peto, premiered on Sunday by WA Symphony Orchestra principal Brent Grapes and Cygnus Arioso string ensemble.
WA composer Emma Jayakumar’s string quartet Bell Birds channels Australian bush into Perth Concert Hall for Musica Viva and Darlington Quartet with Graeme Gilling on Sunday
After spending three weeks walking the streets of Uduc Road Perth-based performance company Whiskey and Boots transform real-life Harvey experiences into a live stage performance.
Violinist Shaun Lee-Chen directs Baroque Favourites by WA Symphony Orchestra at Perth Concert Hall on Saturday
Illuminations reflects on longing & identity in poetry & music at St Mary’s, South Perth
Calling himself a “con artist” rather than a contemporary artist, Bruno Booth has quickly emerged as the Artful Dodger of the WA modern art scene.
Calling himself a “con artist” rather than a contemporary artist, Bruno Booth has quickly emerged as the Artful Dodger of the WA modern art scene., Simon Collins
Feathers, glitz and glamour will be on display when Cabaret de Paris transforms the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre into a world of burlesque next week.
The second hottest ticket in town this week was pop superstar Dua Lipa’s Perth concert in November next year, selling out in Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne.
David Spencer loves being a chameleon when it comes to his art, never wanting to create the same thing twice.
Tanya MAcNaughton, Tanya McNaughton
Perth International Jazz Festival invites singers, musicians and audience to ‘Come Play’ over a weekend in Perth on November 5-7 and the following Saturday, November 13, in Busselton.
When everything started closing down last year at the start of the pandemic, award-winning songwriters and storytellers Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse decided they could either stop gigging and call it quits or use the time to create. Thankfully they took the second option and started working on multiple projects including a commission for WA Opera sung in Noongar language.
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