Life breathed into unused spaces.
Professionalism eludes local bands. CAM FINDLAY reports.
Curtin students take big steps in their theatrical careers. JORDAN NIX reports.
Camera recycling opens some doors. JESSICA WHITEAKER reports.
Even in a world recession, more people are spending money to decorate their bodies permanently. But is this form of art worthwhile? CATHRINE FORMOE reports.
MIKE EXELL delves into the Perth indie scene and discovers a few surprises.
ANNIE SHREEVE focuses on the latest trends displayed at PR in Fashion, a public relations student show that has become a key event for the WA profession.
BREEANA HUMPHREYS takes us on and off the stage of the Curtin University production.
Will Perth evolve into a more fashionably diverse metropolis? VANESSA COSTANZO reports on young entrepreneurs who have opened vintage businesses that express stylish individuality.
MADALYN PLUMMER talks with up-and-coming fashion designers about their future prospects in Australia and beyond.
TRINE URSTAD IMAGINE getting your short film shown in a huge cinema in front of hundreds of people. Curtin film students Markus Hermansen and Kjetil Astrup can. It’s over a month ago, […]
TOM RABE THE 2011 annual ‘Sculptures By the Sea’ exhibition has enjoyed a successful year, attracting record crowds after presenting a variety of works from local, national and international artists. The event, […]
ANNIE SHREEVE THOUSANDS of people visited Winthrop Hall recently to attend the first Perth Upmarket for 2011. The hall and surrounding gardens of The University of Western Australia were filled with stallholders […]
Proposed changes to the national arts curriculum have teachers worried that students will struggle to fully understand the new courses.
Perth-ifying album covers from years gone by.
A photo essay looking at the Museum of Natural History in Guildford, Western Australia.
The curtain is about to go up on Perth’s new State Theatre Centre as Jamie Kennedy reports.