Energetic contemporary and tribal dance meet in a World War I setting, against a backdrop of traditional brass band music.
Trent Parke’s odyssey demands such a context to be understood and appreciated.
Last year’s Adelaide Festival of Arts brought political conflict to the stage. This year, it was the conflict of war, and sometimes, war within the self.
Maya Forbes’ feature debut as writer/ director (a Bad Robot production, as JJ Abrams loved the script) is a family affair.
At times during X+Y I felt quite sympathetic to the film’s central character, strangely though it was because of his inability to connect with others that I identified with him.
Timed to coincide with the centenary of Gallipoli, Ian North's East Antarctica 1915 incorporates his interest in maritime imagery and Antarctica.
Guildhouse launched its 50 for 50 ‘Double the love campaign’ last night, which aims to raise $50,000 to establish an interest free loan service for creative professionals.
Adelaide-based artist Fiona Hall will launch her installation Wrong Way Time at the Venice Biennale in May.
James Bradley / Hamish Hamilton
One of the longest running debates in classical music might turn out to be a fallacy.
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