An arresting painting by significant Chinese artist Zhang Peili, thought to have been lost, has been donated to the Australian National University.
Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Life of Pi author Yann Martel has a message for the powerful people of Canberra – reading books is important.
A new exhibition opening at the National Museum of Australia manages to distill 2 million years of human history in just 100 objects.
What's on in Canberra's arts scene from August 26
Nicholas Milton wants people to hear music differently, and hopes the eclectic 2017 season, unveiled this month, will encourage different ways of experiencing music, writes Sally Pryor.
Canberra author Stephanie Owen Reeder has won a major prize at the Children's Book Council of Australia awards for her retelling of the true story of Lennie Gwyther.
What's on in Canberra's art scene from August 19
Mike Parr says shock is a vital part of modern art, and makes no apologies for his controversial work.
Canberra musician and diplomat Fred Smith has written a memoir about his time in Afghanistan, writes Sally Pryor
It's Belconnen's 50th anniversary, and a group of staff at the University of Canberra has an exhibition exploring history, memory and the classification of things.