With climate change being one of the biggest issues facing Australia, we should look to how Indigenous Australians can aid western science in combating it, writes Karin Gerhardt, Jon C. Day, Scott F. Heron and Larissa Hale.
A new program at Varuna – the National Writers’ House hopes to unearth stories from older LGBTQIA+ people. Brandon Bear reports.
The stage adaption of the comical children’s book Thai-riffic! by Oliver Phommavanh is a modern take on multiculturalism and growing up in Australia, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
“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 City of Sydney Council hopes to revitalise Oxford Street, the traditional home of Sydney’s LGBTIQA+ community.
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.
The Sentinel speaks with artist Heidi Lee Warta ahead of Ochre Woman – an upcoming exhibition of her paintings of Northern Beaches Aboriginal women.
Gary Nunn has just returned from Auckland – recently named ‘the world’s most liveable city’ – and has some ideas on what the Harbour City can learn from the City of Sails.
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney will recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians during National Reconciliation Week with Indigenous cultural events.
After 15 months and $57.5 million in works, the Australian Museum will reopen to the public on 28 November.
After months of lockdown, the Darlinghurst Theatre Company is about to bloom with an exciting new festival.
Shops and businesses will be allowed to trade until 10pm under planning controls being considered by the City of Sydney Council.
Author DM Crawford on the motivations behind his autobiographical novel Paris Nights, which explores ’80s gay Sydney.
The City of Sydney Council is calling on members of the public to put forward ideas on the future of Oxford Street.
John Moyle profiles inner Sydney artist Toby Zoates and the upcoming SEDITION 2020 Festival.