What’s On – 301

March 3, 2017
City of Canada Bay Seniors Festival 2017 3 – 12 March This years Seniors Festival theme is ‘Let’s Do More Together’, so in that spirit, let us tell you about some of the things you […]

At Home with Mark Dapin

March 3, 2017
Award-winning journalist and author Mark Dapin is the director of The 2017 Creative Non-Fiction Festival in Rozelle. He can also make a burger in eight minutes. So what is creative non-fiction? It is non-fiction writing […]

Giveaways – 287

July 22, 2016
HOW TO ENTER: To enter any of our giveaways, just email us at info@ciaomagazine.com.au and let us know you’re reading online. Please include your name and address so your prize can reach you, as well […]

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 […]

What’s on – 283

May 27, 2016
MET Orchestra presents The Italian The Metropolitan Orchestra celebrate their seventh birthday with The Italian. Designed to inspire the colours of Europe with a world premiere performance from acclaimed Australian Composer Sean O’Boyle AM, The […]

What’s On – 282

May 12, 2016
Ruckus’ Speed of Life Sydney based, disability led, contemporary performance ensemble Ruckus are back at it again with their second major production Speed of Life. The show asks the question: “How might you navigate our […]

At Home with AdrianMcKinty

April 15, 2016
Crime writer Adrian McKinty shares his love of Guinness, Irish stew and whiskey with his novels’ protagonist, Detective Inspector Sean Duffy, a Catholic cop cracking cases during the Troubles. You are originally from Northern Ireland, […]

What’s on – 276

February 19, 2016
Boomalli Mardi Gras Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-Operative is holding an exhibition celebrating the Mardi Gras season, called Alterity. The show is dedicated to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTQI community, exploring themes of self-expression […]

Movies – 276

February 19, 2016
French Film Festival 2016 Outside of the Sydney Film Festival, the Alliance Française French Festival is now the biggest and most popular celebration of international cinema in Australia. It’s back at Norton Street (and elsewhere) […]

Fiction on the Double

September 14, 2015
Max Kobras talks to a local publishing group trying to save the art of writing literature by using the ubiquity of the internet. A long shot? They actually prefer to keep things short. Whether blame […]
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