Roadtest: Aboriginal art on show

January 20, 2017
Purchasing an artwork is one way to start learning about Indigenous traditional and contemporart arts, as well as some of the most influential artists living in Australia (and in Sydney’s Inner West) today. Local galleries […]

What’s On – 287

July 21, 2016
Miles Franklin Award Hopefuls Visit Newtown The Miles Franklin Literary Award is considered one of the most prestigious accolades for Australian authors. Each year it attempts to recognise the novel of highest literary merit reflecting […]

Roadtest: Marrickville venues

June 9, 2016
Emma McConnell reviews the performance venues that keep the Inner West’s creative heart beating. Gasoline Pony: Located on Marrickville Road, the Gasoline Pony accommodates for those craving entertainment as well as some hearty refreshment. The […]

Freedom from Youth

April 1, 2016
Age is still considered by many to be limiting, yet retirement often emerges as the most liberating period of life. Hannah Craft spoke to two Inner Westies who have embarked upon extraordinary journeys in their […]

Robin’s new flourish

December 5, 2013
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 […]

Snaps – 224

December 2, 2013
  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 info@ciaomagazine.com.au.