National Gallery of Australia, located in Canberra, is the Commonwealth of Australia's national cultural institution for the visual arts....

McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery is Australia’s pre-eminent sculpture park, McClelland aspires to lead the international conversation between art and the natural environment....

Legs on the Wall is the thriving heart of physical theatre in Australia. Legs are known nationally and internationally for their bold exuberance, and their stories told with depth, humour and intelligence....

Kaldor Public Art Projects has played a critical part in Australia’s contemporary art history starting with the first project in 1969, Wrapped Coast, by Christo and Jeanne-Claude....

Guardian Australia, launched in 2013 is a free premium digital news site in Australia, with a total reach of 2.926 million people each month. It is a trusted source of quality news with a particular focus on politics, the environment and social welfare....

Ensemble is Australia’s longest, continuously running professional theatre company. It produces live theatre of the highest quality that entertains, educates, enlightens and challenges....

Belvoir is one of Australia’s most innovative and acclaimed theatre companies. It engages Australia’s prominent and promising playwrights, directors, actors and designers to realise an annual season of work that is dynamic, challenging and visionary....

Bangarra is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation and one of Australia’s leading performing arts companies, widely acclaimed nationally and around the world for its powerful dancing, distinctive theatrical voice and utterly unique soundscapes, music and design....

The Art Gallery of South Australia, founded in 1881 is home to one of Australia's great art collections, housed in one of Adelaide's most beautiful buildings. Located at the heart of Adelaide's cultural boulevard, North Terrace, the Gallery welcomes more than half a million visitors...

Adelaide Festival has delighted audiences for over 55 years with an outstanding mix of internationally acclaimed theatre productions, an eclectic array of world-class musicians, breathtaking dance pieces, renowned writers and striking visual arts displays. ...

Barbara is a glorious figure — a wild, angry, foul-mouthed, rebellious singer who travels back to Darwin, then Katherine, with her sister Rene and her band, the Camp Dogs. They are visiting the mother who brought them up and who is now dying. ...

Rosemary Laing’s photographs of place may appear at first glance to be empty. In the contemplation of them, however, it becomes clear that although they are not full of the figures of people, they are replete­ with the echoes of passage and inhabitation....