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   September 2, 2023

Actor Jason Schwartzman

Since his breakout role in Wes Anderson’s 1998 film Rushmore, Jason Schwartzman has embodied eccentric loners. In Asteroid City, his familiar persona is given its greatest emotional weight.

dance   August 26, 2023

Choreographer Michelle Ryan

When Michelle Ryan was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she thought her dance career was over – it instead led her to a richer understanding of what dance could be.

music   August 12, 2023

Musician Genesis Owusu

At only 25, hip-hop artist Genesis Owusu is already an international phenomenon – but with his second album he’s transforming himself into something new.

music   August 5, 2023

Composer Caroline Shaw

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw has done it all, from film to television to opera to rap.

film   July 29, 2023

Directors Danny and Michael Philippou

Twins Danny and Michael Philippou turned down Hollywood so they could make their debut horror feature, Talk to Me, in Adelaide – then Hollywood came knocking.

film   July 22, 2023

Actor Geraldine Viswanathan

Geraldine Viswanathan has outgrown her dreams of being Hannah Montana, and is now focused on inspiring the next generation of female actors of colour.