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Phil Scott of Wharf Revue: Take 5

Phil Scott has returned to the Canberra Theatre as part of local favourite The Wharf Revue for their Goodnight and Goodluck tour,

Know My Name showcases the often forgotten art of Australian women

A celebration and showcase of Australia’s female artists from 1900 to present, the first instalment of the National Gallery of Australia’s new flagship exhibition Know My Name features more than 350 works...

Belconnen Arts Centre ready for post-renovation reopening

The Belconnen Arts Centre reopens 21 August with four new exhibitions, while the theatre’s first performance will take place 9-11 September.

Staging ‘Milk’ again at The Street, in a pandemic

Having previously staged his work-in-progress play Milk at The Street Theatre in May 2019, Canberra-based actor and playwright Dylan Van Den Berg will be performing the work once again over a year later, albeit in a completely different way.

Canberra Theatre welcomes back audiences with Link Bar series

It will have been 135 days since the Canberra Theatre welcomed an audience in for a paid performance when their Link Bar series commences Friday, 7 August.

Where You Are Festival launched!

Where You Are Festival – It’s time to experience Canberra’s newest events, and there’s no better place than “where you are”. Canberra is well and truly on the move again, and it’s time...

RISE Canberra uplifts community through arts and events

The two-month Where You Are Festival will run from 10 July to 11 September, acting to highlight unique Canberra experiences across art and culture, music, ideas and forums, sport, community and food.

Curtain set to rise on Canberra’s arts community

Canberra’s arts community has welcomed a lifeline this week, as the ACT Government commits $1.07 million to the struggling sector.

Campaign supports creative community

Larry Brandy (left) and Rebecca Taylor (right), along with Alex Asch, Jim Sharrock and Robbie Karmel (all pictured at end of story), are the first five Canberra region artists to be supported...

Canberra arts go digital in the COVID-19 era

Over the course of the last month, the ramifications of the COVID-19 public gathering requirements have caused a shake-up in the Canberra arts scene.

COVID-19 survival package for Canberra artists

Canberra artists and creatives who have lost their income and ability to maintain their arts practice as a result of COVID-19 are the latest to receive a survival package from the ACT...

Paddock to plates

There’s an intrinsic connection between food and the ceramic tableware upon which it’s presented. For chefs and restaurant owners at the top of their game in the food service industry, it’s of vital importance, and is...