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What it means to be a feminist: coming soon to the Canberra Theatre

What it means to be a feminist: coming soon to the Canberra Theatre

The Feminist Theatre Festival will support the Karinya House Home For Mothers & Babies and Domestic Violence Crisis Service.

  • by Serena Coady

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New National Portrait Gallery director a risk taker with a big vision

New National Portrait Gallery director a risk taker with a big vision

The Bendigo director is coming to Canberra, just before the gallery is due to close for six months for major renovations.

  • by Sally Pryor
Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces from Tate coming to the national gallery

Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces from Tate coming to the national gallery

The two most iconic Pre-Raphaelite paintings are leaving the UK together for the first time for a major exhibition at the Australian National Gallery.

  • by Shona Martyn
'Bodysuits' allow people to walk a mile in a stranger's skin

'Bodysuits' allow people to walk a mile in a stranger's skin

At Houston's Health Museum, visitors can get as close as possible to inhabiting another person's body by putting on skin suits.

  • by Erin Blakemore
Where did the tapestry in the Great Hall of Parliament House go?
Canberra

Where did the tapestry in the Great Hall of Parliament House go?

The 20-metre tapestry has been absent from the Great Hall since May. Here's why.

  • by Sherryn Groch
Final town chosen for WA's silo art trail

Final town chosen for WA's silo art trail

"The inspiration in this regional community is abundant, especially reading about the people themselves, who so proudly continue generations of resilience in farming,"

  • by David Allan-Petale
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Canberra lawyer donates $9m indigenous art collection to ANU

Canberra lawyer donates $9m indigenous art collection to ANU

Canberra lawyer Craig Edwards says the Australian National University was the obvious place to donate his $9 million indigenous art collection

  • by Sally Pryor
Inking a new culture at Brisbane's first Australian Tattoo Expo
Entertainment

Inking a new culture at Brisbane's first Australian Tattoo Expo

The Australian Tattoo Expo has arrived in Brisbane for the first time.

  • by Lucy Stone
The Wombats party on for a wild night
Live music

The Wombats party on for a wild night

It was when the confetti began to rain down on a delirious Festival Hall crowd that I knew I was at a very, very good show.

  • by Liam Mannix
Bryan Dawe makes work inspired by Morocco after John Clarke's death

Bryan Dawe makes work inspired by Morocco after John Clarke's death

Bryan Dawe's new art exhibition is inspired by Tangier, Morocco, where he retreated to recover from the death of his comedy partner John Clarke

  • by Sally Pryor
New exhibition showcases art and craft behind Parliament House
Parliament House

New exhibition showcases art and craft behind Parliament House

A new exhibition at Canberra Museum and Gallery shines a light on the vast art and craft program that was integral to building Parliament House

  • by Sally Pryor