Writer's Articles - Arts
Launched! Far Away is Close at Hand ...
Vale Max Angus, a total inspiration ...
First Day March ...
Falls ... Reviewed!x
Concerts Coming to Tasmania in 2017 ...
MOFO 2017 (1): Beyond the Headliners ...
MOFO 2017 (2) ...
Christmas Story ...
I am calling it early ...
Letter to the Editor on Eric Abetz ...
The Masturbation Series ...
First Day ... December ... a tribute to Leonard ...
And a big round of applause for Van Diemen's Band
Tristan and Isolde: High-end cultural tourism should be taken seriously ... Cohen's death ...
Fight corruption to end conflict
How do you REALLY see people with disability?
Australia has lost its way
The Moo-Brew etchings ...
Reviewed! Citizen Shrapnel & the Lords of Little Egypt, Festival Of Voices ...
Melbourne = somewhere. Hobart = nowhere. The way it always has been ...
Making the Arts An Election Issue
No Stimulus for Small Business in the Arts
The festival that got away ...
Tasmanian Aborigines were cut off by the rising waters of the Bass Strait ...
Launched! Stranger With My Face Horror Film Festival
Tristan und Isolde ... in Hobart ...
And the winner is ...
Pink brings her (Vietnam vet) dad on stage
As much resemblance to a Festival of Voices line-up as I do to Leonardo di Caprio ...
Mofo 2016 Weekend at Walshy's
The memories ...
What Went Down - Marion Bay Falls Festival 2015/16
Falls Festival: This Year's Top 10
RIP ... the video store ...
Getting to know the shy albatross ...
The Invitation – An Introduction to A Letter to an Unknown Artist
Brisbane Baroque's stunning Mark II ... what might have been at the Theatre Royal ...
Reviewed! Crimson Peak
WIN!x Two double-passes to the Theatre Royal to see The Weir GONNNNNNNE!X
Young Tasmanian musicians take the sweet sound of success to Victoria
After a big win for Brisbane, Baroque looks at China
Letter to the Editor: Is Andrew Nikolic serious?
Andrea Dawkins: Letter to the Editor ...
'When all the time we want to move the stars to pity ...'
Eight nominations for Brisbane Baroque (all that Tassie lost ...)
The Tower ...
These photographs are generous, sensual, painterly ...
A year ago in Hobart ...
Triabunna: Despite the autumn colour, spring (is) in the air ...
Deceptions and such pranks are fun though ...
2015 Festival of Voices program revealed ...
Removal of Schulim Krimper commission from St Mary's Cathedral, Harrington St, Hobart
Reviewed! Seminar ... and The Black Rose ...
WIN!x A double pass to The Republic, Royal Oak ...
Kelly ... the mystery of Dan ... and Ned
Handel’s Sensational Opera at Brisbane Baroque. The dedication to Peter Underwood ...
Leo: Mea Culpa ...
It’s not the Tasmanians I know. The Tasmanians I know are proud, resourceful, curious
Baroque and bogans battle over the menu at lunch with Leo Schofield
First Day of the Month ... a celebration of 10 Murray ... and Entropy ...
Brisbane Baroque ... all that we're missing ...
Breaking the Silence ...
Why Fifty Shades of Grey sends a troubling message to young women
TMAG Farewells Trustee Chair
Brisbane Baroque is the reinvention of a highly successful music festival ...
Win a Double Pass in Giveaway – AF French Film Festival 2015
Tasmania. Little island, little interest
Hobart Baroque? No. Brisbane Baroque
Reviewed! MOFO a few years down the track
The Smith Street Band attacks Tony Abbott's refugee policy with new song
Reviewed! Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Transportation launch: Fullers Bookshop, 5.30 tonight
MOFO 2015 - IT BEGINS
Falls Festival does it again! - The full wrap
To stay or go into exile
Reviewed! Hamlet ...
The last of Leo ...
Reviewed! Burlesk As You Like It!
This genuine Aussie talent ... and Tassie busking laws
Dear Premier Will Hodgman ...
WIN!x 3 Double Passes. GONE in 60 seconds!x
Reviewed! You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown
Hello Babies, Welcome to Earth ... Paul Kelly & Co for MONA FOMA ...
Reviewed! Magic in the Moonlight
Mementos of Displacement
An artist's sermon on that word ...
Pointed Banksy irks British Council
'A truly global arts festival for Tasmania'
Reviewed (Twice)! Hamlet Heads or Tails ...
Reviewed! Tell Tails
Reviewed! What We Do in the Shadows ...
Hobart Baroque: Be realistic, demand the impossible!
Ms Bacall is not amused
Hobart Baroque and the Tasmanian economy
Bacall and Bogart
Those of us born in Australia don't understand what it is to be an 8-year-old with an AK-47 running
The brief life and swift death of Hobart Baroque
Peter Sculthorpe's death a 'huge loss, but he leaves such a big musical legacy'
Hobart Baroque Festival
TMAG Decision to Ensure a Sustainable Future
Launched in Launi: James Dryburgh's Essays (and all the speeches)
Ten Days looks to the future
Hobart Baroque storms the Helpmanns with three award nominations
Ten Days ... what is going on?
A Poem in Anger
Festival of Voices' spectacular start
Dark MOFO proves Tasmania can be a Winter Events Mecca
Will Hodgman: Dark Mofo Igniting Hobart's Winter Again
Transportation: islands and cities: Crowdfunding launch
He treats his volunteer labour like shit, but put a camera in his hand and he’s a genius ...
Violet-haired, pure, honey-smiling Sappho
Rally to Defend Tasmania’s World Heritage in the Upper Florentine
Three Nights Out
Hobart Baroque: Stunning!
Listen to the message of Orlando, Will ...
Hobart Baroque ... 'Never in my wildest dreams ...'
Hobart Baroque's week-long Festival ... as Orlando poised to captivate and thrill ...
Island at the Farm Bar - Friday 4 April 2014: Launching Island 136
A Festival Called PANAMA
Tasmanian Theatre Company 2014
GUNNS – The life and death of a rogue corporation
$5 million painting on show at TMAG during Hobart Baroque
Pollie-Speak ... from the Spiegeltent. The Guggenheim Vision ...
Win!x A Daniel O'Donnell CD
Upside Down World
MOFO Oh, Oh
The Low Down on Falls 2013: From Inside the Tent
Buy-one, Get-one FREE to The Railway Man. And they've all been snapped up!x
Island launch party at Rosny Barn
A Festival of Waste
Today, December 1, 2013
The Last Temple ...
Burnie doctors chase a stable climate future
Meet Alan Gogoll and help us send him to Falls!
Anthony Lawrence wins the Blake Prize for poetry
100 years of Moving Pictures ...
A collaboration for the century - The River Derwent Heavy Metals Project
Hobart Baroque 2014 dates announced
Meet Alan Gogoll, Tasmanian Times' Falls' Foster Band
Leo Schofield AM named as new Patron of Island magazine
A new creative hub breathes life into old Mercury building
ALL GONE!: Win a double-pass to Brian Kennedy & Shane Howard at the Theatre Royal.
Island launches North and South this weekend
thiNK | BIG DRAW drawing festival
Island receives funding for 2014 from Arts Tasmania
Rolf Harris charged with indecent assault and making indecent images of a child
Greens Leader visits Pontville Detention Centre
Tassie design studio beats the world ...
Take another bow, Leo
Smart, de Kretser ...
Art From Trash 2013 community exhibition
Win! Three double passes and CDs to Foster and Allen ...
DARK MOFO 2013 FRIDAY 14 JUNE LAUNCH DAY SCHEDULE
Celebrate the dark through large-scale public art, food, music, light and noise. Dark Mofo 2013
Regional arts give more bang for funding buck
It was all so much better in my day ...
We sentence you to Ten Days on the Island
Auction record for Geoff Dyer painting
State cinema screenings Mary Meets Mohammad
Mary meets Lara
Jo Duffy quits ...
The Big Bush Bash – a fundraising festival for Still Wild Still Threatened
Four Islands for $60!
Take a bow, Leo
Hobart Baroque: The long-cherished dream becomes reality ...
ECHO - STARTS NEXT WEEK!
Plant at the Dome ...
ECHO PART 1 – A NEUROLOGICAL SOUNDSCAPE
Seventh statewide international arts festival a resounding success
Two views of The Select
Reviews from Ten Days on the Island
Tasmanian Writers Festival - This Weekend!
Theatre Royal: Hobart Baroque. WON!X
Tasmanian Writers Festival - Get Involved!
Ten Days on the Island
Ten Days: First Dog on the Moon!
The Collector 9: Cutting and Grafting, an exhibition by Mish Meijers + Tricky Walsh
Ten Days takes off
Bruny: 3-Day Indigenous Music, Arts and Culture festival
Tribalism is the greatest obstacle Tasmania faces
Lost ... without the pulp mill ...
Hobart Baroque – Director Leo Schofield & Music of Friends
Tasmanian woman and partner welcome theatre work following UK bill passage
The gambler: At home with David Walsh
Tasmanian Devil: THE full NEW YORKER
$10 million for the arts would enrich our lives
Human creature, vulnerable and heroic
Tasmanian Fine Furniture – A Distinctive Language of Style
Tasmanian composer's award triumph
Hobart's outdoor gallery
Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival - more free tickets for TT Readers!
Is photography becoming a crime?
MONA owner's tax truce. Lonely Planet applauds
Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival - Free tickets for TT Readers!
We of The Tamar
Island 130 launch. Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize
Tasmanians encouraged to feature in Canberra Centenary
Hobart Bookshop: Launch of Undertow
Forgotten, rejected, overlooked
Steele Rudd ... and the Last Days of The Mill
Steele Rudd ... and the Last Days of The Mill
Turnbull's eloquence shows up the pitbull
Crook as Maggoty Mutton
The Mysterious Art of the Ross Bridge
MONA founder claims ATO backflip on tax
What are you shooting ... ?
Carnegie, RIP ... a final rip-roaring exhibition?*
Baby, it’s cold outside…
Joan Brown, Shell Necklace Maker
Theatre of the World ...
This is the way the world ends ...
A Loss for Words
Southern Light: Images From Antarctica
The Best of Books, Arts
The Legend of the Lake
MONA – the Sex, Death and Taxes Gallery
Book sales have fallen off a cliff: What next for the Australian publishing industry?
Greens pan Libs' plan to cut 10 Days' funding
Once upon a night time ...
Just Doomed ...
Janet Laurence: After Eden
Book sales have fallen off a cliff, but literature’s future is bright online
New views crucial to Australia's literary culture
The State: The glorious folly of one ...
DESPARD GALLERY: Abstraction
Carmen ... give in dammit!x
Garry Recreates Royal Romance
Queensland's first step back into the Dark Ages?
Matter of Public Interest: MONA’s David Walsh and ObserverTree’s Miranda Gibson
Winning the Vogel can change your life
Sunday morning in Lonnie …
Elanee Ensemble Electrifies in North Lilydale
Barnard´s ´homage´ at Goulburn St Gallery
Mr Tambourine Man
Gwen Dixon's lifelong contribution
Rodney Pople WINNER The 2012 Glover Prize
New film festival to reveal the darker side of the female psyche
Not the New Yorker
Hazara in detention wins prestigious Human Rights Art Award in Darwin, Australia
BookMark this into your day
Island ... looking forward to a new future
Reduced to a number on a map ...
Flanagan at Rushdie death-threat Indian Lit-Fest
The Barbarians are coming ...
Duncan Giblin at MONA FOMA
Is Poo Really Art?
Plans for MONA blockbuster
The joyful abandon of someone witnessing a spectacle
Constantine Koukias finds his 'own world' in Hobart
When I hear the word 'culture' ... I reach for my diary
Government funding for the Falls Festival is unnecessary
Bobby-z ... and the Miners of Potosi
Ancanthe ... all that will be lost
Falls and Funding: How Labor cuts the cake
Vote for Tassie's Book of the Year
The sound of good shiraz, liberally poured!x
Arts vs politics: We haven't got the balance right
Sports v Arts: The Irish experience
‘Breath of Fresh Air’ (BOFA) Film Festival - Free Tix for TT Readers!!!
MONA shocks at state tourism awards
Help Little Bear: Tasmanian Times foster band!
Little Bear - where to see them...
James Boyce launches Island 126
DEATH BY TELEVISION
Photo Essay: Little Bear
Window to Togatus (8): A Chat with the Director of The Hunter
All about Lara's cuddly new arts partner
The Mad Square
Loss of more than just a theatre company
A Blessing in Disguise
Puppets Packing Luggage or elephants never forget
What Does the Community Lose if the Tasmanian Theatre Company Closes? Damian Bugg responds ...
I am writing to express my extreme disappointment. Damian Bugg responds ...
Bio-morph – experiments in simultaneous biography No. 7: David (O’)Byrne
Photo withdrawn after child prostitution claim
Window to Togatus (6): Beautiful Lies
John McNicholl, Traditional and Country: Cooking up a recipe for success
The Maltese Musician on a Mission
GOULBURN ST GALLERY: Roger Murphy & Paul Tilyard
Red Dog ... and Me. Don't miss Kimisis
DESPARD GALLERY: The winter blues are all a state of mind apparently ...
Potosí: Tribute to a city and a work of art
Renowned Blake Prize Exhibition in Clarence
A little singing sunbeam!
A serious Fred runs through his music
Junction Arts Festival returns, August 24−28, 2011
The exciting world of Print On Demand
An Artist's Journey to the Sea
You say dyspeptic, I say inspiring: MONA provokes debate
Branches of the One Tree at GOULBURN ST GALLERY
Cam's new fans
7th Leica Touring Show brings the best Australian photographers to Devonport
SAWTOOTH GALLERY: Contemporary Tasmanian painters
Goulburn ST Gallery: COLOURS OF THE LAND
Leo, Geraldine lavish praise as MONA starts to undress ...
BOFA Call for Entries – Early Bird Deadline Closes 30 June
LAURA MATTHEWS: nature built it first
BREATH OF FRESH AIR Film Festival
The Real Mc-Evoy!
Chile judge orders Pablo Neruda death probe
Connelly, king of the castle when it comes to crime fiction
IGNITING TASMANIA’S ENTREPRENEURS
Channelling Edouard Manet
Postcards - Travelling West to East ... Part 2
Cliff and Dusty
ROBIN-MARY CALVERT: A collection of new paintings and sculptures
“A beautiful and savage piece of theatre” The Age
JAZZ in the Void: a MOFO Sideshow
DESPARD: First major show in Tasmania for Joanne Currie Nalingu
Smart Map Tasmania
MONA: Yes, we are going to charge non-Tasmanians
MUSEUM OF OLD AND NEW ART WINTER TO SUMMER EXHIBITION PROGRAM 2011/2012
floating life at Goulburn Street Gallery
MONA COMPLETES THE BOOK END
State wide community dance project launched
Now that's dissolute
one year later
Frankly, he’s more than a horse whisperer
'Will you walk into my parlour,' said the spider to the fly
Warm regards from India
Moonah Arts Centre Concert Series 2011
Anne MacDonald at Dick Bett
Geoffrey Dyer at Despard
Geoffrey Dyer misses the Archibald ... Ben Quilty takes the prize
Languorous meditation in movement
Cath Deveny ... a review
Geoffrey Dyer lines up the Archibald
A legend in Hobart
Ten Days of reviews: When the Pictures Came & Poxed
Jonathan Kimberley - Oculus
Ten Days of reviews: Hidden Republic
Ten Days of reviews: Chronicles of Long Kesh
Ten Days of reviews: Every time I see your picture I cry & Mim Suleiman & Trio Rafiki Jazz
Don't miss a Concert for Cundall, For Pete's Sake
What does MONA mean?
Tawdry Heartburn in Tasmania
He says/ She says
Furniture designers and artists invited to enter 2011 Clarence Prize
Despard Gallery - Adam Rish & Dale Richards
Animal Farm ... and Tasmania
Ten Days of reviews: Animal Farm
Ten Days of reviews: Power Plant
Irish gems shine in Tassie
Ten Days of reviews: DBR and DJ Scientific
Playwright Martin Lynch talks to TT
I Sleep in Haysheds and Corners
murundak - songs of freedom
Don't miss ...
MATERIAL GIRL EXHIBITION 2011
DEREK SMITH & TERRY O'MALLEY
Island in Focus - Photographic Exhibition
Two extraordinary new talents
Red fashion encouraged
Do not mention the ...
Cultural funding closing soon
Happy Birthday Sorell on Stage!!
Country Music in the Park
Collectible Victor Greenaway
My tribute to Mona
The Cauliflower Homicide
Mona: Croome, Marr, Cica, Allen, Denholm
Last call for entries in MATERIAL GIRL 2011 “Women behind the Wheel”
LOCAL ARTIST DELIVERS MESSAGE ‘ ALL ONE’
MONA: Four very different perspectives
Oh what a dreamer's web he wove
Nick at Mona Foma
The spiral staircase takes you into Deep Time
Bett Gallery/Tasmanian School of Art Honours Award
Arts PR becomes arts journalism
Beneath the Southern Cross
Art world wonder in Tassie
Launch of Exhibition – The Glenorchy Open
The MONA opening
Impure Tasmania? Facts and evidence in response to assertion and opinion
An Impure Tasmania
MATERIAL GIRL exhibition 2011 “Women behind the Wheel”
Shakespeare in the Gardens: A STORM IS BREWING!
Seven World Premieres for Tasmanian Theatre Company
Sex, religion, death and beauty ...
'Wellingtonia' ... a subjective view by Jonathan Barnard
Wow, what you find on Tas Times!
Due to popular demand - Another Afternoon with Barbie Kjar
Leonard ... by Giles
Valuing the Arts
TASMANIA ... a collaborative photo exhibition at the Long Gallery
Altared - the latest solo show by Rodney Pople
Despard Gallery @ ART SYDNEY
Ricky Maynard at Dick Bett
A Girl and Her Squid
A Tragic Dance
Snow and Ice by Warren Nichols
Amazing Mona Foma
'Museum Director sacked over Asperger’s'
fractured by Keith Climpson
An Afternoon with Barbie Kjar at Dick Bett
In California, Pot Is Now an Art Patron
The Muddy Turds Tour
A Happy Birthday ...
Imaginal Worlds An Inspiring Exhibition of Contemporary Islamic Art
Opera great Joan Sutherland dies
MEDIA RELEASE: CALL+RESPONSE UNIVERSITY TOUR – OCTOBER 2010
Loose Canon: “A Few of Our Favourite English Things.”
The Power of Paint National Tour (in Tasmania)
Glow ... at Goulburn St
A Chorus of Disapproval
Sounding the Earth conference community events
Remarkable Les Blakebrough Exhibition
Air by Kevin Cooper
Thornton Walker & Amanda Davies Opening - Friday
Street Party Alert
Cam Tapp's tour
Launch of the Streets Alive 2010 Youth Arts Festival
Sorell On Stage
Celebrated Photographers Support Tassie Forests Campaigners' Legal Struggle
You are invited to Remnants - the latest solo show by Anne Morrison
Hobart Men’s Barbershop Harmony Club
One Fest, One-Act Play Festival
Regional Arts Australia national conference
Bill Henson. The light and the dark and the shades of grey
Fullers Bookshop offers a permanent home for Student Readings
Is Australian arts criticism failing?
GUNNS 13 - WILDERNESS EXHIBITION SIDESPACE GALLERY, SALAMANCA ARTS CENTRE
John Hamblin exhibition
Cam Tapp's tour
Screen Tasmania - Moving Forward
A Tribute to Eva Cassidy
Open Letter: The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery
Matt's a finalist ... first on TT
The Craggs in concert
Wonderful writing is timeless ...
YOUNG TASMANIAN WRITERS AND CRAFT ARTISTS PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITY
Tassie's film funding flop
Mollie Tomlin - A retrospective and celebration
Amplified goes live with a new wave of opportunities
Finally released ...
WAIL AWAY FEATURE FILM TASMANIAN ACTOR AUDITIONS
EXHIBITION - CHINESE WHISPERS
Icarus by Duncan Giblin
Alma Da Vida at Moonah Arts Centre
WAIL AWAY SYNOPSIS
Only days left to enter the 2010 Youth Portraiture Prize
Green Art 2010 exhibition and auction featuring top Tasmanian artists
Despard's Winter Group Show
Friday Night Concert Series
A WORM in the APPLE
Wilderness ... A Collection of New Oil Paintings
International speakers to inspire delegates at Junction 2010
Why Edge must be saved ...
Fullers Bookshop wins Best Independent Bookseller in Tasmania for the ninth time.
Life on the Edge
Hercule at Fullers
All about Cameron Tapp
The Davo Picture Show
Save Edge Radio
tasdance presents ...
tasdance presents ...
Sorell On Stage
The Davo Picture Show
The Wheeler Centre calls for entries for the 2010 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards
Anthea Boden's vibrant paintings and Jeff Mincham's sculptural ceramic pieces
WANTED ALIVE......creative enthusiasts for Streets Alive Youth Festival 2010
PLEASE DON'T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD
Invasion of the theatre bogans
Governor opens design school with forestry dig
A win for citizen journalism
Registrations for Junction 2010, Australia’s biggest arts gathering, now open
Divinity, Death and Nature
Daideo and the Blue Mosquitoes
Junction 2010 conference and festival program unveiled
Feel the Pulse ...
THEATRE GROUP ON A PRINCELY HUNT
Launch of the Junction 2010 and Junction Arts Festival program
Launch of Streets Alive Youth Festival 2010 program
Hung and Drawn
Launch of the Junction 2010 and Junction Arts Festival program
Kelly’s malevolent ghost still haunts Australia
Prize picture just too good to be true
Four Funerals in One Day
Kenneth Gillespie remembered
After the crash ...
Keating! By Gough it's good ... but ...
How Abetz, Bushby and the ABC shut down Keating! and its Director ...
Keating the Musical: Get yer tickets NOW
Lisa and Lucia
Acting your age
Brian Ritchie Oils new Break band
Free Speech and Tasmania’s Forests On Trial
Child pornography and the artist…the new puritanism
Radiohead's Thom Yorke 'disgusted' by Copenhagen summit
CD LAUNCH CONCERT- THE PROPHET: MUSIC INSPIRED BY THE POETRY OF KAHLIL GIBRAN
Life as art
Arts: Labor should show more foresight
More on Salamanca Arts Centre: The nomination of Maddie and Ron
ARTS TASMANIA DE-FUNDS UNIQUE TASMANIAN RADIO INITIATIVE
Wide Open Road
Salamanca Arts Centre ... A Solution
Fullers extends their trading hours.
Japanese guru to head 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale
Simple perfection wins award
She's got some power, this Sarah Day
Who hath woe? Who hath sorrow? Who hath babbling?
Don't miss Identity ...
Help preserve recordings of indigenous Australian Aboriginal music and oral song
Saturn's Rings selected by OzTrax
SALAMANCA ARTS CENTRE MUST REVIEW UNFAIR EVICTIONS
Ald Elise Archer resigns from SAC Board
Check out Anastomoo
Design for learning: new book
‘When’ Venice calls for Australian cities of the future
Glen Clarke-Your own personal holocaust and other related stories
Island turns 30
Junction 2010- connecting the future officially launched in Launceston
Dear Michael Aird
Feature director says Screen Tas wouldn't help new international release
On The Brink
Creative Directors chosen for Australian Pavilion at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale
Hiller wins Portia Prize
Industry fears parallel importation of books
All about the Moonah Arts Centre
Screen Tasmania review welcomed
Picturing an ethical economy
Dancing with Socrates
Reflections on Beauty and Decay and other matters
The Age of Stupid: A review
Relocated sculpture gets nod
The Age of Stupid
China: Avarice, desire and consequence.
Free the man!x
Trains of Treasure!
Sadly unstudied and undervalued
The Tamar Valley: A modern portrait
Publishers fight cheap books
The Savage River
Flanagan at the Sydney Writers' Festival
Will Hodgman and Screen Tas questions
Saints and Savages
The Architecture of Happiness
The Tamar Valley - a modern protrait
Winton wins fourth Miles Franklin
A Book of Verse, and Thou ...
Tasmania ... beautiful one day, clearfelled the next
This photographer's life
Losing our voice
Flanagan's unparalleled attack
The day all hell broke loose
Jenny’s Coffee House - Book Launch
Goodbye Environment, Parks, Heritage and the Arts
Obama Mia!: Nuzzling David Bartlett
Slices of Nature - Photograms
Playing for Change
God is in the Details
Freedom of speech at risk?
Never judge ...
State of Play
Tasmanian woodcraft sector review
Cam's bushfire benefit
Barbara Furtuna: Sublimely beautiful
Ruined: arts@work reviews
Two pairs of shorts: arts@work reviews
Florence: arts@work reviews
Floating: arts@work reviews
Rupert's wife and Joel Fitzgibbon
10 Days ...
The makings of a rivetting show ...
Siren: arts@work reviews
King Lear: arts@work reviews
Tasdance & Karbal Noumea Ballet: arts@work reviews
This is Living: arts@work reviews
Aniwaniwa: arts@work’s reviews
Metamorphosis: arts@work’s reviews
Baby: arts@work's reviews
S20: arts@work's reviews
10 Days in the Florentine ...
A sense of deja-vu
10 Days: A reputation to bury ...
10 Days: A cautionary tale ...
At the request of the Governor (2) ...
At the request of the Governor ...
Ten days on the island free opening night celebration!
'Has Britain become indifferent to beauty?'
Cultures interwoven in winning art work
Running the Numbers - An American Self-Portrait
10 Days on the Island - Dont Forget to Book!
"Mankind Is No Island"
Bob in the Archibalds
Faces and Places
Airdy hams it up...
In the shadow of modernity
Academy's survival proves power of music
Bagging the film funding bodies
A strange philosophical paradox
The experience of poetry
Music tastes link to personality
Hey Michelle: Where's Flanagan?
The kind of despair
Save the Academy
Today: Protest against Spirit of the Sea
Flano's fantastic oratory
Wanting for nothing
Flanagan's book of desire
Catching up with Cam ...
We are still First Australians
Not Quite Art
Home truths hurt
A one-sided protrayal of Tasmania
Brenda Hean review, events this weekend
Adult Education: 60 years on… death by a thousand cuts
"I Wanted to Paint Nothing"
The Role of Art in Australia in the Twenty First Century
The World According to Monsanto
Past meets present on the waterfront
Was murder covered up?
TMAG - Embrace the Past and the Future
World class hope for new museum
The survivor's side of suicide
Answers may lie under sand
The poetic image
Solzhenitsyn: Beauty will save the world?
Tasmania Book Prizes
Treasury too close to manage gambling industry
Literary Opportunity - Ratbags
A Deeply Religious Art, the Art of Alex Wanders
Two New Tassie Films
How Record Labels and Radio Stations Work Together
The Edge in radio
Tori: Setting the record straight
Catching up with Cam
Tell Tassie's FM stations where to go!
On The Beach
The continuing struggle
Amal Basry's story
Cam's big trip
A walk in Old Launceston
Tassie's defence of Henson's nude photos
Dumped on by Jim Bacon, but Anna was right ...
Revenge of Gaia
Borne in the Florentine
Outback cattle station, on horseback
Portraits of activists
McEwen goes out on a limb for Tasmania's trees
How Screen Tas helped me, and Blue Rocket
Little to show for $4.5m handout
The Passionate Apprentices
Screen Tas: Where's the media?
The film that was never made
Spamelot: the Tasmanian connection
January writing events
Dancing with Socrates
Amanda Lohrey's senior fellowship
The fight for Judith Wright's house
First we take Paris, then we take the world
The photographers' lament
Tim's wonderful prints
The new Director
The Lea way
Economists and the arts
A gorgeous young man
Do not miss this!
The Long Literary Lunch
Couple of winners
The art of navigation
Lynne Uptin to leave
Handmark Gallery sold
Brack in Hobart
$10,000 prize winner
Don't forget: A kultour event
The Ex rises to the occasion
Go the FULL MONTY to stop the pulp mill
The Poetry Mafia
Trash to treasure
Left out ...
The Convict Stain ... and music
A literary tour of Hobart
Harry Seidler: something better
My favourite books
That $30m arts pledge
Art, truth and politics
A great actor
Shakespeare and Truganini
Don't miss Matt
The scalpers' Fall
The overflowing bounty
My friend, Margaret
Tribute to a Tasmanian Tiger
Little Birdy: A eulogy
Gallery chiefs respond
Ten Days of force-feeding
A little more of Margaret
On the Island
A plea for rational discussion
What's wrong with (Hob)art?