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If it hadn't been for Cyclone Tracy, Katherine McMahon would never have become director of the National Museum of Australia, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA.
It's a mixed bags of arts delights in HELEN MUSA's Arts in the City column this week...
It's a year of bold visual interventions as the national institutions go wild with illuminated art for Enlighten, 2024, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Arts events galore! It's HELEN MUSA's weekly round up of what's on where. It's this week's Artsweek.
The Alliance Française French Film Festival is grandly billed as the world’s largest showcase of French cinema outside of France and boasts 41 feature films, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA writes in memory of Canberra writing icon Marion Mildred Halligan, April 16,1940-February 19, 2024.
"Basketry is strong in the Canberra and NSW coastal region," says MEREDITH HINCHLIFFE in her review of Interwoven 7 at Belconnen Arts Centre.
Liz Lea, a former CityNews Artist of the Year, once again shows herself to be a force of nature as she embarks on her fourth dance summit, Bold, reports HELEN MUSA.
There's always plenty of arts in our city. Here's HELEN MUSA's latest Arts in the City column to prove it.
"An unexpected treat full of ravishing singing and dazzling visuals": Arts editor HELEN MUSA reviews Mozart's opera Idomeneo, playing at the Sydney Opera House.
In an unusual mix of architecture, dance and art, this week the National Gallery of Australia is paying homage to its original architect, Col Madigan.
"Indispensable" is the word that comes to mind when one thinks of Oliver Raymond, about to step down after 29 years at the helm of Art Song Canberra, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.