Lachlan Herd’s work sits artistically alongside initiatives such as Keep Sydney Open and Reclaim the Streets to demand inclusiveness and openness.
Clayton first picked up a double bass at 24. Since then he’s travelled the world, studied under Wilbur Morris, and played the world’s longest bass solo on the roof of MONA.
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Images from Koori Gras, a vibrant showcase of unique First Peoples culture and community.
Images from Blak Mirror, an exhibition curated by Jason Wing.
I choose artists who seduce people with their visual aesthetic then punch the audience in the face with their artist statements.
James Harney on the mural, working in large scale, and designing for theatre.
Images from the Mountain Goat Brewery and 107 projects’ Rare Breed Weekend 2016, a celebration of ideas and creative risks.
“It all starts with a play. The playwright leads us all and we follow; we actors, directors, designers, administrators, producers – for without the playwright, we are nothing.”
Brainchild is a dance double-bill, featuring some of Australia’s best young talent.