The Hanging: Atong Atem, ‘Us’

Atong Atem is a Third Culture Kid. Born in Ethiopia, raised in Melbourne, her photographs are about the “space that exists between the culture we’re from and the culture we’re living in”.

Big Screen: Land of Mine

This Oscar-nominated Danish number delivers more depth than your standard war film.

Hand-Drawn Review: The Splinter Orchestra at Down/Under Space

Reviewing art with art – for art’s sake! Emerald Dunn Frost draws her experience of The Splinter Orchestra performing at Freda’s brand new gallery space.

Big Screen: The Salesman

You might have heard about this Oscar-winning Iranian film, but maybe not for the right reasons. Read James Ross’s review here.

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?

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.

Review: Wafia at St Stephen’s Church (Sydney Festival)

Featuring new songs, favourites from her EPs and live collaborations with Ben Abraham, Wafia’s sold-out performance in St Stephen’s Church was pretty magical.

Review: ‘Institute’ – powerful physical theatre at Sydney Festival

Exploring the pressures of modern life through an amazing performance of physical theatre.

Review: Yann Tiersen at Sydney Opera House (Sydney Festival)

With rolling waves and bird calls laid over his trademark piano, Yann Tiersen transported a sold-out Sydney Opera House crowd to Ushant: the tiny island off the north-west of France where he lives and records.