Bhenji Ra on Maintaining the Integrity of the Vogue Ball
Sissy Ball curator and House of Slé mother Bhenji Ra opens up about the integrity of the vogue ball.
Review: Le Dernier Appel (The Last Cry)
An Australian-New Caledonian dance collaboration, Le Dernier Appel (The Last Cry) is a visceral, physical reckoning with the continuing effects of colonialism.
Creative Crush: Amrita Hepi
Motorbikes, snowfields and giant inflatables, Amrita Hepi has danced with them all.
Dramaturg Alana Valentine on Bangarra’s Dark Emu
Alana lets Lucy in on how to turn a history-changing work of non-fiction into a powerful dance experience, and also on what a dramaturg is actually.
Review: ‘Institute’ – powerful physical theatre at Sydney Festival
Exploring the pressures of modern life through an amazing performance of physical theatre.
Review: Football collides with contemporary dance in ‘Champions’ (Sydney Festival)
Hate sport? Love dance? Vice versa? ‘Champions’ at Sydney Festival just might bring you around to both.
Listen to Moonbase Commander’s bass-heavy grime mix on Switch
Moonbase Commander lays down a mix of bass, grime and new wave trap. Limber up before you hit play – it’s a sweaty one.
House hunting with John Dimas (Greece): Mantra Collective
Thessaloniki native John Dimas picks five house labels we need to be listening to.
Review :: No Lights, No Lycra – The Presets-curated ‘Keep Everything’ Edition
“It’s a strange feeling, no one spilling alcohol down your favourite shirt or munting out in the corner, no one eyeing you down on the DF or tryna get all up in yo grill. It’s freeing.”
Culture Guide :: Year of the Horse, Queer Art, Dance & Stories
Check out Sydney’s Lunar New Year highlights, the MCA’s late night queer art party, a festival of short and sweet dance and 25 artists re-imagining the covers of their favourite books.