Category: Arts

Arts in the ACT

Cyrano's Nose Knows: Sport For Jove Reimagines Cyrano De Bergerac For The Modern Stage

Cyrano’s Nose Knows: Sport For Jove Reimagines Cyrano De Bergerac For The Modern Stage

"By the end of it you realise it’s actually mocking poetic love … and I think that’s the play’s great ...
Cal It What You Want: The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Will Be Hosted By Cal Wilson

Cal It What You Want: The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Will Be Hosted By Cal Wilson

Ladies and gentlefolk, it’s a mouthful to say and a mouthful of cachinnation, tongue-tied together in a delectable package presented ...
The Umbilical Brothers Are Speeding Up, Down And Upside Down In Their Classic Show 'Speedmouse'

The Umbilical Brothers Are Speeding Up, Down And Upside Down In Their Classic Show ‘Speedmouse’

"They’re now the centre of the comedy universe because of Trump and they’ve created themselves an alternative universe." ...
Dear Future Me: LGBT Youth Pen Letters To Their Future Selves In This Moving Canberra Short Film

Dear Future Me: LGBT Youth Pen Letters To Their Future Selves In This Moving Canberra Short Film

"It’s almost like internet culture to say something’s gay or, you know, to throw hate towards queer people online." ...
Catherine Newton

Catherine Newton

Describe your artmaking practice. I am a person who loves to make, try out new ideas, push boundaries and experiment ...
Wayne Creaser

Wayne Creaser

Describe your artmaking practice. My artmaking practice predominantly involves designing and making unique functional furniture, preferably showcasing Australian grown timbers ...
Jo Victoria

Jo Victoria

Describe your artmaking practice. Extreme porcelain! Working with nature, using nature in porcelain and experimenting with what’s left in the ...
Welcome To Canberravania: Bram Stoker's Dracula Comes To The Canberra Theatre Stage

Welcome To Canberravania: Bram Stoker’s Dracula Comes To The Canberra Theatre Stage

When Bram Stoker’s blood-curdling gothic masterpiece DRACULA was published in 1897, it didn’t have too heavy an impact. It wasn’t ...