The State’s $324 million art collection is at risk of damage because Perth’s main gallery is bursting at the seams and pieces are being ‘overhandled’, according to the Art Gallery of WA.
For Albany-born actor and musician Joel Jackson, growing up in the Great Southern will be something the star will keep in his heart, no matter where his career takes him.
Southern Edge Arts will host their first performance of the year since the onset of COVID-19 — a free outdoor show featuring aerial arts, theatre and fire spinning.
Mining giant Rio Tinto "didn't want to know" about the significance of the ancient Juukan Gorge rock shelters it later destroyed, traditional owners say.
In the first of an exclusive series for The Sunday Times, world-renowned photographer Russell James has turned his lens on the rugged charms of the Kimberley.
For WA’s hearing-impaired community, Fiona Perry is the trusted face of the State’s health advice and response to the coronavirus pandemic. Now she will live on as an oil painting.
One of the most beloved musicals of all time, Oklahoma, will open in Perth next month with a difference — a female cowboy intent on wooing the local farm girl.
San Cisco have set off on their Statewide Between You And Me tour, which will bring the WA indie-pop stars to Albany for two shows next month.
A massive crowd of Kevin fans from all over the Great Southern gathered at Albany Entertainment Centre to see the man Billy Connolly described as “the world’s funniest Australian”.
Burning passions for music and writing have allowed the talented Adrian Kenyon to forge a colourful career out of the two things he enjoys most.
Bernie Dieter choses own show at Crown over Fringe World.
Fringe World partnership the perfect call for crisis hotline.
Each week, a group of six like-minded artists catch up to paint the region’s historic buildings and landscapes.
The grant recipients have shared in $25,000 committed by the Vancouver Arts Centre to develop projects and events in partnership with small businesses in the region.
The Perth-raised comedy star says his parents have been pillars of strength for the tight-knit family since a shock diagnosis.
A group of Year 6 students stumbled across vision of naked men engaging in sex acts at the Art Gallery of WA with only a small sign warning of the “sexual content” in the video on display.
The travelling exhibition Evolution: Torres Strait Masks is back on show at the Museum of the Great Southern just in time for the school holidays.
Murals are becoming more widely accepted in the community because of their ability to add vibrancy and atmosphere to a place.
Self-taught in the craft, Mark Hewson creates decorative, functional and architectural private and public stained glass artworks.
Artist Maxine Holman has a passion for dipping her paintbrush into colours and bringing her botanical visions to life.
Library studies student Amber Pegler spends her Sundays as part of a dance crew that brings K-Pop to the streets of Perth
Master craftsman Dean Malcolm has been woodturning since he built his first lathe out of an old lawnmower at the age of 14.
Kalgoorlie-born actor and artist Meyne Wyatt has won the Archibald Prize’s Packing Room Prize for a self-portrait his mother encouraged him to enter.
With so many emerging artists and art forms on show in our region, it is easy to forget about the oldest types of art that still exist today.
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