This colourful graffiti work, which was painted in Malcolm Lane, Erskineville in mid-2013 by artists Peque VRS and Days One DCA. The piece’s creation coincided with the release of, and was featured in, Very Nearly […]
Robin Hill has been a fixture on the Inner West arts scene since opening Flourish Arts gallery in 2009. Earlier this year she took over Breathing Colours gallery in Balmain too, merging the two galleries […]
Photos from For the Love of Lids exhibition by Josh Evans. Photos from Glebe Street Fair by Inner West Photo Society. Email your snaps to email@example.com.
Dancing to win The talented local dancers from Q2 Dance in Camperdown danced all the way to the top of the Showcase National Dance Championships last month, winning first place awards across solo, duo and […]
The first ever British Film Festival Here’s yet another reason to check out the brand new Palace Norton Street – some new unseen films from Britain, plus some old favourites. Surprisingly, quite a few deserving […]
The mother of all journeys Premiering at the King St Theatre, Lifeforce is the latest musical offering by Joanna Weinberg, known for this year’s feel-good film Goddess and The Piano Diaries show, now in it’s […]
Mother’s little helper Hispanic Artistic Expression is presenting the exciting new theatrical production of Argentine dramedy, Conversations with Mother. Don’t miss the Australian premiere, showing at La Sala in Rozelle. Adapted by Catalan playwright Jordi […]