Western Australia's heritage laws have been reduced to enabling mining developments rather than protecting cultural sites, archaeologists say.
Rio Tinto has outlined the steps that led to the mining company's destruction of ancient sites in Western Australia, conceding it overlooked new information.
The State’s best-known art award has thrown off the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic to attract a record number of entries.
Perth sunglasses designer Poppy Lissiman’s future just got a whole lot brighter after her shades were featured in Beyonce’s ‘visual album’ Black is King.
How long does it take to create a painting? For Perth artist and mother Jacinda Bayne the answer is: “As long as I’ve got.”
The NATSIA awards are uncovering young WA talent who are pushing the boundaries of traditional Indigenous art
This fearsome flying fantasy creature represents its creator’s triumph over his own challenges – and the many spectacles of the month-long living artists festival.
Kimberley cultural figure, painter and Gija elder R Peters has died age 85 overnight.
Peter de Kruijff
Freeze Frame Opera bring Handel’s Baroque music live to Government House, Perth
The Adelaide based Australian String Quartet will get a new cellist with a familiar face for next year’s season.
Artists across the State are being encouraged to get their entries in for the second annual Manjimup Art Festival.
The Manjimup Art Gallery is the first WA stop for the Australian Geographic’s new photography exhibition.
Community centres will provide sanctuary for audiences when the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra returns to live performances.
An exhibition about samurai culture gives new meaning to the art of war at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
The winner of Country Arts SA’s Breaking Ground award will use it to research and develop artistic traditions from her Flinders Ranges homelands as part of the SALA Festival.
Artworks are walking out the door – on the heads of customers – in the Beanies to Berets exhibition at Onkaparinga Gallery.
The curtain will rise with guided public tours of the newly renovated Her Majesty’s Theatre in August, before shows resume at the venue in September.
Guy Sebastian’s supporters say he would be a hard man to con and justice will be served in his legal battle with a celebrity manager accused of stealing more than a million dollars.
Big acts fly over Adelaide because we’ve gained a reputation that can break a tour, the Entertainment Centre boss says, but coronavirus has revealed a chance for a return to our glory days.
Couch Opera brings worldwide rising stars from their living room to yours via Perth
WA film industry leaders fear the state will miss out yet again on getting a single dollar from the Federal Government’s $400 million incentive to attract film and television productions to Australia.
WASO returns to Perth Concert Hall with Composition Project and James Ledger
Windmill Theatre’s new animated series Honey, I’m Home will premiere Wednesday on the Adelaide Festival Centre’s giant outdoor video screens and online.
Divsersity is key for Aisha Valenti, whose mixed medium practice move between realistic to surreal portraits and landscapes, all while attached to her bright, bold and colourful palette.
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