Meet a hard-partying, stupid, brilliant cartoon pig named Captain Goodvibes, who was born amidst the choppy waves of '70s Australian culture.
Once a refuge for female orphans, Melbourne's Abbotsford Convent is now a multi-faceted cultural hub. The evolution of the space continues with the launch of a new open-air cinema, The Shadow Electric.
Everyone's favourite humorist/memoirist/affably neurotic homosexual has landed in Australia for a rapid-fire national tour.
Art school is the place you go so that you can drop out and form a band. Duh. Melbourne's Sugar Mountain festival combines the best of both worlds, with artsy bands and dynamic visual art.
If your New Year's resolution is to read more, head over to the Review of Australian Fiction.
There's a lot to get excited about in the good city of Hobart right now, especially next week when PJ Harvey, tUnE-yArDs and The Dresden Dolls hit town for MONA FOMA.
We somehow made it through the stupid season and into the New Year, now it's time to take a deep breath and dive headfirst into the summer festival stuff.
Bullying haunts the pasts of many of us; whether we gave or received, flashbacks to ancient incidents can provoke involuntary and intense twinges of angst.
What modern rock band do you think would be asked to compose a new score for the 1902 silent film Le Voyage Dans La Lune (a trip to the moon) by Frenchman Georges Méliès? No dude, it's not Metallica.
If you haven't heard of The Sticky Institute, but you're fond of zines/publishing then this one's for you.
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