Culture Guide February 27 – March 5: Art Month Begins, Queer Art, and A Festival All about Women

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The Hanging: Vernon Ah Kee, Not An Animal Or A Plant

In this powerful exhibit, Vernon Ah Kee forces us to confront head-on the politics, ideologies and history of race in Australia.

Big Screen: Martin Scorsese’s Silence

When this master director has been nursing a project for over two decades, our expectations are sky-high. Does ‘Silence’ deliver?

Culture Guide January 20 – 26: Cries for attention, Koori Gras, and cups of EqualiTEA

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Six films to see at the Mardi Gras Film Festival

From a trilogy by Korea’s leading queer filmmaker to independent documentaries and James Franco-starring sexual thrillers, Mardi Gras Film Festival is back, and more diverse than ever.

The Hanging: Elegant Degradation at Kudos Gallery

Need a new place to indulge your digital anxiety? Kudos Gallery’s new exhibition is the internet IRL.

Culture Guide February 13 – 19: Hearts for Art, Sweaty Palms, and See Ya Summertime Markets

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The Hanging: Before the Rain at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

See the newest exhibition at Haymarket’s 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, remembering 2014’s Umbrella Revolution and confronting the uncertain future of Hong Kong.

Culture Guide February 6 – 12: The Lunchbox, Colourist Abstraction, and Heaps Gay Street Party

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Big Screen: xXx 3 – The Return of Xander Cage (and Vin Diesel)

Sweet stunts, cool guys, one-liners… The new xXx film is gon’ give it to ya. James Ross gives you a few good reasons to check this one out.