Early success has given high hopes for the future to Melbourne fashion designer Meg Parry, writes COURTNEY BEAUMONT
RINA TSE went looking for the best after-dark coffee places in Melbourne for night owls.
Hundreds of Viking artefacts feature in Melbourne Museum’s new show, which aims to prove they weren’t the savage barbarians they are portrayed as in popular media. NIKLAUS NG explored the collection.
A Hills Hoist clothesline took pride of place when the best in show award was handed out at this year’s Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. THOMAS FOSTER reports.
Thai culture will be on display at one of the biggest Thai festivals in the world, at Federation Square this weekend. NUTTCHANOK CHIAMSAKUL reports.
The Wall to Wall Festival is bringing big street art and big returns for Benalla. CHARLOTTE MORTON reports
You Can’t Do That celebrates the triumphs of some of Australia’s greatest fashion designers and models, who triumphed against racist, sexist and classist societal oppression. Review by JASMINE SHEPARD
He jokes about about everything, even the art he’s dedicated his life to. BILLY SPENCER talks to Melbourne artist Calvin Bell.
Natsuko Mineghishi is a world champion in karate, and a classical soprano. It’s an unexpected but powerful combination, writes JOSEPH LAM
Large noses tap dancing their way across the steps of the Opera House heralded the launch of Opera Australia’s 2018 program. It was fun, but will it be enough? ANGUS SMITH looks at the opera company’s current position in Australia’s cultural life.