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sunday essay: how can the dead send us emails? the ethical dilemma of digital soul

Sunday essay: How can the dead send us emails? The ethical dilemma of digital...

 Picture: Denys Nevozhai/Unsplash Tim Hart was sitting on his couch one evening in November 2011 when he got an email with the subject line: “I’m watching”. The message that followed was short and to the...
fangirls to make melbourne debut

FANGIRLS to make Melbourne debut

Arts Centre Melbourne is excited to announce that the break-out musical FANGIRLS, from award-winning playwright Yve Blake will make its Melbourne debut at the Playhouse Theatre from 28 April - 9 May as a part of a national tour. This energetic musical will be showing in...
this 17,500-year-old kangaroo in the kimberley is australia’s oldest aboriginal rock painting

This 17,500-year-old kangaroo in the Kimberley is Australia’s oldest Aboriginal rock painting

 Picture: Damien Finch, Author provided In Western Australia’s northeast Kimberley region, on Balanggarra Country, a two-metre-long painting of a kangaroo spans the sloping ceiling of a rock shelter above the Drysdale River. In a paper published yesterday in Nature...
listen to older voices: phyllis smith – part 3

Listen To Older Voices: Phyllis Smith – Part 3

We have all been quite blessed to listen to the story of Phyllis Smith. When I interviewed her in 2012 Phyllis was about to turn 100 years of age. Her stories have been a...

Be Part of World Premiere. ECOTORIO … Singing out about climate change!

Announcing the World Premiere of a ground breaking new massed choral work addressing climate change to be recorded and released virtually. Play It Forward, the innovative, inclusive and inspiring Australian arts charity is excited to...
sunday essay: it’s time for a new museum dedicated to the fighters of the frontier wars

Sunday essay: it’s time for a new museum dedicated to the fighters of the...

     Group of Aboriginal people with shields and spears, by Joseph Lycett, circa 1820. National Library of Australia Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains images of deceased people. Historical research of the...
sydney, here we come

Sydney, here we come

Due to Covid restrictions it's all but impossible to find rehearsal space, so just as the play intially started, it has now returned to a living room. On Wednesday March 3 we perform at an...

Exhibitions now open

Bowness Photography Prize celebrating 15 years + Not standing still: new approaches in documentary photography | Exhibitions now open  Photography Prize celebrates 15 years William and Winifred Bowness 20 February - 7 March  Photo 2021 festival NOW OPEN To celebrate...

Bayside Local exhibiting until 7 March

  Welcome back to Bayside Gallery! There are only two weeks left to visit Bayside Local. It’s been wonderful to see people enjoying the show and we’ve particularly loved witnessing the artists’ reactions to seeing their work displayed...
a journey through time with framing the stage

A journey through time with Framing the Stage

Arts Centre Melbourne and the Australian Performing Arts Collection have delivered another captivating online exhibition titled Framing the Stage: The art of performance photography in collaboration with one of Australia's leading performance photographers Jeff Busby. By exploring highlights from the rich...