This year, if you find that a traditional Christmas tree just isn't cutting it, why not consider a Super Fun Happy Tree? It's a festive solution to decorating that will ensure you're more groovy than Grinch, writes Sandi Sieger.
Nillumbik Open Studios is one of the oldest, and most well-known, open studio programs in Australia - leading the way and inspiring many similar programs in Victoria and around the country. The Light Factory Gallery will celebrate its final show of the year in style with the Nillumbik Open Studios 25th Anniversary exhibition.
The tenmoregirls collective is back in 2012 for the fifth consecutive year, presenting Glory Box, another challenging exhibition of contemporary jewellery and objects. Glory Box is an exploration of history, culture, women, change and the contemporary hope chest.
Boorun’s Canoe celebrates the traditions of Victorian Aboriginal culture and intergenerational knowledge. The exhibition tells the story of how Senior Gunai/Kurnai Elder Uncle Albert Mullett taught his grandson and other young men in his family to build a bark canoe. Ilona Nicola reviews the exhibition.
Durex is launching a global contest that will give one up-and-coming designer the chance to have their artwork printed on the new Durex condom pack and sold all over the world. Being that we’re mighty proud and patriotic, we’d love this winner to be an Australian designer...
Leading stage and screen director, Jim Sharman - famed for his musical extravaganza The Rocky Horror Picture Show - will launch his new visual art film ANDY X, a 40-minute musical reverie about legendary artist Andy Warhol, exclusively online twenty five years after the exact moment of Warhol’s death.
Australian urbanscape photographer Kathryn Sprigg chats to Sandi Sieger about her recent exhibition, New York Times, and why her body lives in Perth, but her soul stays in New York.
Jordi Roth rests her weary head at The Cullen - a five star boutique hotel in Melbourne. The Art Series Hotel Group have combined hospitality and art and merged them into one brilliant conception - creating hotel galleries that honour the work of famed Australian artists.
Katie Found chats to photographer Jeremy Blincoe about his upcoming exhibition, Ephemeral Memory, and why shining a light on Aboriginal issues - such as the gradual disintegration of its culture and language - is so important to him.
Sandi Sieger loves a company that supports Australian talent and this year’s Slurpee Tees have been designed by two of Australia’s hottest street artists; Sydney-based Deb and Brisbane-based Lucks.
Ever stayed in a hotel and really liked the artwork adorning the walls? Ever wished it was hanging on a wall in your home? Ever stolen a piece of artwork? No? The Art Series Hotels are offering people the chance to steal a $15,000 Banksy artwork right off their walls. Yes, you read that right....
Rosanna Beatrice Stevens reviews Tina Fiveash's new exhibition 'Grace', exhibiting in Paddington, Sydney now.