The queer community resurrected Rocky Horror and maintains its relevancy today.
Sydney’s Ballroom Culture and Beyonce’s Renaissance
No nostalgia trip, Heartbreak High’s 2022 reboot is diverse, progressive, and very much of the now.
The shearers of 1891 show us the immense and unprecedented positive impacts that can emerge from industrial action; who knows where victories in modern battles for workers’ rights like the NTEU’s – and subsequently the rights of ordinary people across Australia – will lead us?
Today, the largest art fair in Australasia returns to Carriageworks for its first in-person showing since 2019 — what’s in it for students?
In conversation with Redfern’s art-space Duckrabbit — How can young artists afford to be artists, and what types of collective spaces make it possible?
The prevailing history of the vibrator is shrouded in night-time mystery and buried deep beneath duvets.
It seems that violence, particularly violence exacted on women and other marginalised groups, has become an inherent, undeniable factor of the worlds we make up.
From a tin shed to the largest station in the Southern Hemisphere, Central has a long, winding history.
Bodies of Light is a beautifully controlled account of a life devastated by systemic failure.