music   November 25, 2023

Pop auteur Caroline Polachek

Avant-pop artist Caroline Polachek is bringing her myth-making performance of desire to Australia for the first time.

music   November 18, 2023

Singer Marcia Hines

Marcia Hines’s new album – the latest reinvention in her long and distinguished career – returns to the songs of her childhood.

music   November 11, 2023

Singer Margret RoadKnight

For more than 60 years, Margret RoadKnight has been interpreting songs in the folk, blues and jazz traditions. Her new album, LONG TIME…, is her latest attempt to preserve songs from extinction.

theatre   November 4, 2023

Writer Michele Lee

Hmong–Australian writer Michele Lee’s new play, which explores death, ghosts and memory, began with a regular phone call to her parents.

music   October 21, 2023

Artist Rainbow Chan

In her latest work, performer and artist Rainbow Chan collaborates with her mother to reimagine Weitou bridal laments.

film   October 14, 2023

Director and screenwriter Kitty Green

Australian director Kitty Green’s highly anticipated second feature, The Royal Hotel, continues her lifelong quest to challenge imbalances of power.

music   October 7, 2023

The many lives of Lindy Morrison

Feminist, activist, musician and Go-Betweens drummer Lindy Morrison was a tumultuous force in the Australian music industry from the very beginning.

theatre   September 30, 2023

Director Ivo van Hove

Director Ivo van Hove is a titan of contemporary theatre, winning both critical and popular acclaim with works that bring classic texts into vivid contemporary focus.

television   September 23, 2023

Actor Max McKenna

Max McKenna has moved past childhood introversion to self-acceptance and stage success, and is now starring in a historical comedy on SBS TV.

film   September 16, 2023

Director Noora Niasari

Director Noora Niasari’s debut feature film Shayda – Australia’s official nomination for the international Oscar – is driven by dark childhood memories.

visual art   September 9, 2023

Artist William Kentridge

Before the Australian premiere of his latest work, Sibyl, at the Sydney Opera House, animator, director and visual artist William Kentridge reveals that the moment when a work begins to catch fire is always mysterious.