A dual exhibition at the Casula Powerhouse will celebrate iconic Australian artist Ken Done, who speaks with the Sentinel about his unique designs and paintings.
Artist and activist Ailie Banks sits down with the Sentinel to discuss her community work encouraging young women to make their voices heard.
The Sentinel speaks with artist Heidi Lee Warta ahead of Ochre Woman – an upcoming exhibition of her paintings of Northern Beaches Aboriginal women.
Winter has begun but Sydney is still running hot with things to see and do. We’ve put together our monthly hit list of must-do events to help you navigate a packed calendar.
For five nights in May, three locations around Warrane (Sydney Cove) will be transformed with images, music and stories of Sydney’s Black, queer and grassroots communities.
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney will recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians during National Reconciliation Week with Indigenous cultural events.
It’s the last month before winter, but if you think that signals a cooling down of exciting things to do in Sydney, think again.
Major Australian artist George Gittoes is a highlight of the impressive autumn/winter program at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.
History might have forgotten Camille Claudel but a new play is set to give this extraordinary French sculptor her due recognition.
Get out and about in Sydney this April! From the Easter Show to Anzac Day; the Sydney Comedy Festival to the Sydney Writers’ Festival, there’s plenty on in the Harbour City.
The Sentinel speaks to Bruce Peterson, the man behind the multi-sensory exhibition, Monet and Friends.
The inimitable iOTA talks to the Sentinel ahead of his appearance in “Bohemian Symphony – The Music of Queen Orchestrated”.
Artist and author Guy James Whitworth believes Sydney could become the world’s next big cultural capital. Here, he explains why.
It’s been a year since the first Covid-19 cases were diagnosed in Australia. Guy James Whitworth shares what he’s learned since then.
Sydney artist and author Guy James Whitworth profiles the “Bent Street” journal, which has become a literary and artistic force since its 2017 debut.