Second Life Markets is combining the forces of sustainability and vintage fashion to bring old garments to a new generation.
Two new murals on Main Street in Osborne Park are designed to brighten the area, but locals hope they will also celebrate the suburb’s rich culture.
With the pandemic keeping him in Perth, director, playwright, teacher and artist Chris Edmund reflects on his endless quest to keep moving.
Who is Kentaro Miura, the manga author who died earlier this year, but continues to have a massive influence on fans and fiction?
What does a modern resurgence of disco tell us about how far society has come since the ’70s?
After recent controversy around misconduct, Mojos has reopened, hoping for a new chapter of inclusivity and safety in the music industry.
Art is changing how we interact with our public spaces. But who are the artists and what are they trying to show us?
Rising drag king star Justin Sider is empowering teens to explore drag.
Film photography is rolling faster than ever, but production companies can’t keep up.
Instead of standing idle and forsaken, heritage buildings around Western Australia are being adapted and reused.
Perth artists are reacting to significant budget cuts to the arts this week.
The first post-pandemic Fringe Festival will shine a spotlight on WA’s home-grown talent.
Body dysmorphia remains embedded in traditional performing arts as it struggles to gain media traction amid the 2020 crises.
Boring water pumps and electrical cabinets get a makeover into public art by the Water Corporation’s mural program.
A Perth artist is using his talent to give businesses a boost as restrictions ease.
Live streaming is keeping the music industry afloat until restrictions ease.
Writers have been taking advantage of their time in lockdown to create, but are now preparing to re-adjust to normal life.