For This Dreamy New Photo Series, Two Melbourne Parents Turned Their Four-Year-Old Into a Little Astronaut – and Their Lockdown Radius Into Her Universe
13 Oct 2021
Art & Design Wearing a papier-mâché helmet and a cute space suit, every walk became an out-of-this-world adventure for Mia Rovenko, and her parents Andrew and Mariya. And it reminded passers-by that, even in lockdown, you can find a silver lining. “What you could see was their eyes become little bit wrinkly because they were smiling so wide.”
Art & Design
The Art Gallery of SA’s Tarnanthi Art Fair Goes Online, With Works From 1400 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Artists
14 Oct 2021
Art & Design Works – including paintings, woven objects, textiles and homewares – range from $100 to $15,000, and every dollar goes directly to the artists and art centres. Artistic director Nici Cumpston shares how you can always ensure you're buying ethically.
Opinion: For Our Live-Music Industry, the State Government’s Road Map Is a Road to Nowhere
18 Oct 2021
Entertainment After 19 months in effective lockdown, live-music venues are on their knees. Save Our Scene is a new campaign – by a collective of 100-plus venues, including some of the county’s most iconic and longstanding – lobbying for a road map to full capacity, and meaningful support until then. Sign the petition to help support venues and artists.
Tourism Tasmania Is Offering $300 Travel Vouchers to South Australians, Queenslanders and Western Australians – Here’s How to Get One
14 Oct 2021
Travel That’s $200 to spend on accommodation and $100 for tours and attractions. You’ll need to book your trip for November and December, and there are thousands of vouchers up for grabs.