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Pioneering female rockers still go-going strong despite everything

Pioneering female rockers still go-going strong despite everything

Lawsuits, drug abuse, intra-band love affairs gone wrong: The Go-Go's had it all and yet, as a new documentary shows, they're still talking and making music.

  • by Karl Quinn

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MIFF ventures into troubled landscapes, both personal and political
MIFF

MIFF ventures into troubled landscapes, both personal and political

Our critics review some of the offerings in this year's online festival.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury and Jake Wilson
Double trouble: audio artwork plays on frayed pandemic nerves
Theatre

Double trouble: audio artwork plays on frayed pandemic nerves

An immersive experience that takes place at your kitchen table might have you questioning whether a loved one is really who they say they are.

  • by John Bailey
What the world needs now is art
Coronavirus pandemic

What the world needs now is art

Imaginative thinking can help us through crisis.

  • by Andrew Stephens
Pandemic begs the question: are we rewarding the right people?
Workplace

Pandemic begs the question: are we rewarding the right people?

When it comes to wages, we have things upside down.

  • by Monica Dux
New Law Council head: 'The culture of silence must be eliminated'
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New Law Council head: 'The culture of silence must be eliminated'

Michael Tidball talks of the need for ownership and openness on issues such as sexual harassment and mental illness.

  • by Anna Patty
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Extraordinary love for an extraordinary collection of Indigenous art
Indigenous art

Extraordinary love for an extraordinary collection of Indigenous art

Kiwi philanthropists Dame Rosie and Michael Horton will be leaving a highly personal collection of Indigenous work to the Art Gallery of NSW.

  • by Susan Chenery
Why Syd Ball's abstract works deserve a place in our art history
Visual art

Why Syd Ball's abstract works deserve a place in our art history

Among the artists to build a reputation in the faddish '60s and '70s, the Sydney artist stands out.

  • by John McDonald
'I went right down': exhibition evokes story of horror and survival
Art & design

'I went right down': exhibition evokes story of horror and survival

In the lead-up to the 75th anniversary of VP Day, artist Dean Bowen reminds us of a shocking attack on an Australian hospital ship.

  • by Andrew Stephens
Artist Danila Vassilieff was selling his house. There was just one catch
Art & design

Artist Danila Vassilieff was selling his house. There was just one catch

The Russian emigre artist's unorthodox offer sparked a romance whose legacy has been rescued by a Melbourne collector.

  • by Tiarney Miekus
Sunrise in winter: a heartening beginning for those nearing the end
Life & relationships

Sunrise in winter: a heartening beginning for those nearing the end

The young can sleep on, leaving dawn to the rest of us.

  • by Anson Cameron