“When it comes to public funding, literature has long been the poor cousin of the arts,” writes Ben Eltham on the recently unveiled federal budget.
The Sentinel sits down with Sydney arts maven Amanda Buckworth, to find out how she became one of the city’s premier arts publicists.
Rīvus, the 23rd Biennale of Sydney, explores deep time, vibrant matter and dark psychological waters.
Tim Chappel was catapulted to the world stage in 1995 when he won an Oscar for his costumes in the cult film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. 26 years on, he is as relevant and in-demand as ever, writes Travis de Jonk.
Technology and literature meet in Story Week 2021 – a unique, exciting program where the whole world is the venue.
With support payments coming to an end, the arts and entertainment sector is struggling to navigate the devastation caused by months of lockdowns – with some wondering whether the industry will ever recover.
Sydney is finally out of lockdown and we can all stop pretending we actually like online events. Our November listings guide has you covered, with a comprehensive rundown of what’s on – in real life – across our great city.
A new community centre aims to help both disabled and abled Sydneysiders with a range of workshops, activities and training.
It’s not every day a Northern Beaches gal gets her name up in lights on Broadway – but that’s the inspiring story of Kaye Tuckerman.
Irrepressible entertainer Catherine Alcorn has launched a new streaming series, Catherine & Friends, featuring loads of fun and a stellar line-up of guests.
Randwick City Council has released its much-anticipated new vision for arts, open space and transport.
She’s an acclaimed writer, comedian and creative dynamo – but it’s Katie Little’s new music that’s set to wow you, writes Travis de Jonk.
The Sentinel speaks with Mary Coustas – actor, comedian, TV personality, writer and the woman behind iconic Greek-Australian character, ‘Effie’.
The Sentinel profiles WestWords – an organisation dedicated to championing the incredible – and often unheard – stories of Sydney’s Western Suburbs.
The 2021 Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival takes place from 18 February to 14 March and features over 90 films.