A walk through works curated by Bianca Hester and the Open Spatial Workshop team at the Monash University Museum of Art.
As a model and fledgling pop star, Inna Modja kept her personal story to herself. But as her profile grew, so did her passion to speak out.
Sarah Goodes’ MTC production of John features two actors at the height of their powers, in a drama from the master playwright Annie Baker.
A pioneering Melbourne designer discovers a family link to the birth of the Indian film industry.
Amid a deluge of data, land and lore tell a compelling story of the actual over the virtual world.
Tommy Murphy's stage show portrays ABC journalist Mark Colvin and business adviser Mary-Ellen Field’s relationship after the News of the World hacking scandal.
Maxine Beneba Clarke reflects on the interviewer as she appears on One Plus One.
Following his grandmother’s death and a painful divorce, Ryan Adams has worked through his losses in his music.
The Book of Mormon, from the creators of South Park, is a blasphemous riot of bad taste, making it a musical not to be missed.
The dual life-changing moments for cinema historian and charity founder Joel Archer.
German actor Lars Eidinger, performing his arresting Richard III at the Adelaide Festival next month, talks about Shakespeare, Trump and the value of being open to contradiction.
In his tale of Portuguese Jesuit priests travelling in Japan at a time when Christianity was outlawed, Martin Scorsese returns to the complexities of faith, and makes his best film in 20 years
Filmmaker Rachel Perkins stays true to her activist upbringing in Jasper Jones, even as she avoids overt political messages.
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