Capturing the aftermath of 2020's first catastrophe on a rural NSW town.
"Why do we have this urge to preserve memory through photos?"
Chants of “always was, always will be, Aboriginal land” resounded through Gadigal land as tens of thousands attended 2019’s Invasion Day rally in Sydney.
Memory and permanence in SAARA138's photographic textiles.
Nate Schofield goes to surprising lengths to take the limelight.
Sydney artist Belinda Anderson-Hunt has spent years collecting street portraits and interviews from local citizens of Sydney's Inner West.
Samantha Jonscher walked into a bar (and an art gallery).
Anoraks and ornithologists alike were last week amazed by an incredible display of natural synchronised beauty. A flock of nearly seventeen thousand starlings (a species known for their displays of co-ordinated aerobatics) was spotted over Loch Ness, in Scotland. The daring aerial display lasted more than half an hour before they started spelling rude things.…
The New Law building faced a sticky situation last week when ‘anarchists’ papered over its glass walls with secular signs and posters, in protest against the University of Sydney Union’s funding of Interfaith Week. Photo Credits – Connie Ye
Instagram is an enlightening and humanising way to share the lives of others,
writes Raihana Haidary.