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MGA Foundation has announced two changes to the 2017 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, now open for entries.
Ruben Östlund, who won the Palm d'Or at Cannes this year, has a fascinating way of working with actors.
An impassioned exploration of capitalism versus community.
Senate Estimates misses good questions, diverts into minority party bizzaro, and pays homage to Antiques Roadshow.
Lady Beatle presented at La Boite Theatre Company is an exciting, vibrant cabaret style production – an energetic gem.
To change the conversation on national and international cultural centres, we need to re-examine the creativity of regional cities.
A gentle Irish comedy with a warm heart and something to say.
Fresh talents from QUT Creative Industries star in La Boite’s new production of this powerful play about mateship and toxic masculinity.
Since 2006, the number of Queenslanders whose main occupation is a cultural one has increased by 9%, with most of them working in the arts.
A regional dance company enjoys more creative freedom than its metropolitan peers.
Caloundra Regional Gallery, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, will present an exhibition in June by Brisbane-based Filipino-Australian artists, Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan.
The dynamic program of concerts and events programmed for the anniversary year also celebrates a new era for the orchestra.
Brisbane Powerhouse is proof that change can be a great thing after achieving its greatest quarter in a 16-year history.
We all know Queenslanders are different, but CIAF has put a new brand on that unique creativity, one that is snagging the eye of international collectors.
A playful and drama filled evening with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
The documentary Bill Frisell: A Portrait is an intimate and insightful study of the acclaimed jazz musician and his music.
While Slapper hits its last major Australian festival, Andrew Kavanagh, Mirene Igwabi and the Anifex gang emerge into the spotlight.
Thursday night AFL on Seven is killing the competition.
The first extensive survey of Louise Hearman’s work is hung by feeling in more ways than one.
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