Visual artist Sama Cooper received her first professional commission in 2020 at the age of just 18 and is now majoring in painting at the National Art School. She brushed some time out of her busy schedule to chat with youth editor Corin Shearston.
Ahead of her appearance at the Sydney Opera House’s UnWrapped festival, Emmy Award-winning artist and filmmaker Lynette Wallworth tells features editor Makayla Muscat what inspired her new live show.
The City of Sydney is calling on children aged from three to twelve to take part in their Little Sydney Lives photography competition.
Australian Fashion Week 2022 is showcasing some of the best new designs the industry has to offer, reports Tahli Blackman.
Queer editor Brandon Bear meets playwright Jacob Parker, whose intriguing new work – now showing at the Kings Cross Theatre – explores themes of sexuality and death through the prism of an apocalyptic event.
The Sentinel meets Sharon Baldwin, who has combined her passion for permaculture, words and creative education for children into a new career as an author and publisher.
In his memoir, All Mixed Up, ABC TV journalist Jason Om shares his extraordinary journey from childhood to today. He recently spoke with Gary Nunn about the memoir and his experiences as a gay, Asian Australian.
The Psychic Tests, the debut book by The Sentinel’s editor-at-large Gary Nunn, missed out on a live launch last year due to Covid-19. As he prepares to launch it in person in Sydney this Wednesday night, The Sentinel publishes an edited extract from the book.
Ahead of the release of his new book, Kylie: Song by Song, Marc Andrews explains why Kylie Minogue – whose pop career has lasted an incredible 35 years and counting – is as relevant as ever.
The Australian Theatre for Young People’s new musical, The Deb, had the audience cackling and on their feet applauding, writes Tahli Blackman.
Australian artists George Gittoes and Hellen Rose tell features editor Makayla Muscat about their experience on the frontline in Ukraine, where they are documenting the effects of the ongoing Russian invasion.
Charles Firth discusses his latest show about the genius of political spin – and the Prime Minister who’s mastered it.
John Moyle explores the lavish theatrical production of American in Paris – soon to commence its Sydney season – interviewing original Broadway lead Leanne Cope and other key creatives.
While the iconic parade is behind us, this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festivities are continuing well into April – with the Paradiso Pool Party still to come.
Tileah Dobson pens a love letter to the Sydney Royal Easter Show, which is extra special this year, with the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW celebrating its 200th anniversary.