After five-and-a-half years of 1170 degree heat, the main furnace at the Canberra Glassworks has finally been turned off.
- by Monty Jacka
Voting for the 91st Academy Awards ends Tuesday, with roughly 8200 movie industry insiders using a private website to mark their choices.
- by Brooks Barnes
Two years after the Kingston Arts Precinct tender was awarded, progress appears to have stalled, and construction has been delayed by more than a year.
- by Jasper Lindell
Until she was 14, Yukultji Napangati had no contact with the modern world. Now she has a solo art exhibit in New York - and fans including Beyonce and Jay-Z.
- by Matthew Knott
Labor has opened up a new election battlefront in its promise to build a $500 million stand-alone museum in western Sydney.
- by Linda Morris
This month, after a mini-launch last year in Tasmania’s second-biggest city, Mona Foma is moving its full-scale operation to Launceston.
Julie Bishop, Linda Burney and Sarah Hanson-Young will talk about being women in Australian parliament at the All About Women festival in March.
- by Natassia Chrysanthos
New York beckons for author and scholar Graham Akhurst after he received an elite award.
- by Lucy Stone
New technology has allowed researchers to peel back the layers of a Dutch master’s works, revealing some macabre details,.
- by Nina Siegal
The words etched on the white lines in the middle of the bike path look like graffiti at first. But as they form sentences, they begin to tell a different story.
- by Chloe Booker