Lockdown Culture Guide – Too Stay Too Home: Sydney Drift
More lovingly curated arts and culture experiences you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home!
Walk through the Biennale with six interviews from exhibiting artists
The Biennale of Sydney is in its last week! Six exhibiting artists talk art as activism, creating as community-building, and the artist’s role within our current political landscape.
Exploring ‘You See Monsters’: Aussie vs Australian
“‘Aussie’ is this complete cultural construction which I want no part of because what it represents to me is the Cronulla riots, big belligerent toxic masculinity, all of that bound up into one word and chanted out whenever people get the chance, and I don’t want any part of that.”
Exploring ‘You See Monsters’: Art, Racism and Islam
“How can the community call it racism if our own leaders refuse to do so?”
Three things you didn’t know about Paulini
We met her on Australian Idol, and now she’s touring the country in The Bodyguard. Paulini tells David Capra about her love of Whitney Houston and growing up in Western Sydney.
Angus Mordant captures the grim battle at Standing Rock
Angus Mordant discusses his time photographing the valiance of protesters at Standing Rock, and the great injustices that they endured.
From Wave Hill to the National Indigenous Art Triennial
Mervyn Bishop, iconic Australian photographer, and Brenda Croft, Indigenous artist and curator, discuss their practice and interweaving histories with the Indigenous land rights movement.
John Safran on growing up, Reclaim Australia and anti-semitism
John Safran sits down to talk everything from his early childhood to his latest adventures with Aussie extremists.
A Long Time Coming: The Long Paddock
Prepare to get muddy, as Curator Joni Taylor takes us from the gallery to deep bush on-site at The Long Paddock exhibition in Wagga Wagga.
Janet Laurence: the significance of art and the environment
Internationally renowned artist, Janet Laurence, discusses her continuing fascination with the biotic world and what it’s like to be the subject of an award-winning Archibald portrait.