Category Archive: art

Our Sydney Festival picks for 2015

After much scrutiny, somethingyousaid.com’s Harriet Cheney tells us the top 10 unmissable events at the upcoming Sydney Festival: It’s hard to beat Sydney in January; you’ve got the beach, the cricket, Australia Day barbies… Read More

Hans Lo and Jack Featherstone interview

Simian Mobile Disco present a rare, large scale AV disco set of their latest album at The Brighton Dome this December. This will involve the duo’s analogue-led beats complemented by an impressive visual show created… Read More

This week in Newcastle = awesome

Somethingyousaid.com’s Ruth Hodge gives you the heads-up on some excellent things to see and do in Newcastle (the Australian one, not the British one) this week: Newcastle has had a wave of reclamation… Read More

FBi Radio’s Brush With Fame

If you’re looking to purchase fame at a reasonable price and you’re regretting that impulse purchase of celebrity nail clippings you brought that one time, we’ve got the perfect solution: Sydney’s not-for-profit radio station,… Read More

Sun + Water: Noni Cragg interview

Artist Noni Cragg launches a new exhibition in Sydney this October, which explores dual heritage and identity within today’s society and which celebrates a crossing over of cultures, expressing Aboriginality being defined by a… Read More

Recovery in Art exhibition 2014

One-in-four Australians experience some sort of mental illness across their lifetime. Sometimes it’s difficult to make these type of statistics feel tangible so maybe consider it this way… a handful of your very closest friends have gone through,… Read More

Bridie Connell’s B-Girl Rhapsody

Sydney-based artist Bridie Connell opens a text-based, burlesque-inspired installation this Wednesday. We asked her to tell us more… Hello Bridie. You are just about to launch your new show. Can you tell us… Read More

Interview: Loveariel Paints Walls in Bali

Sydney-based artist and musician Ariel Lauren Sexton-Shaw, perhaps better know to you as Loveariel, recently headed to Bali where she adorned walls with huge, stunning murals. We asked her more about it: Hey Ariel.… Read More

William S Burroughs – New Exhibition

Londoners, here’s something awesome to mark in your summer diaries. An exciting new exhibition of William S Burroughs’ original art, intriguingly entitled ‘Animals in the Wall’, opens this week. Showcasing a new side to… Read More

Two Moons Too Soon – by Chloe Coles

Australian model/artist/writer Chloe Coles exclusively gave us some more of her words and pictures: SLOW DOWN (picture, above): When my older sister turned 15 and hated the world, my little brother and I formed some… Read More

Dark Mofo 2014: Encores and Apologies

Neika Lehman spent two extraordinary weeks at Tasmania-based festival, Dark Mofo: It’s been just over a week since the conclusion of Hobart’s second Dark Mofo festival. The music and arts festival runs for two… Read More

The Hunger Games’ District Heroes

The first two Hunger Games instalments offered utterly engaging and thrilling teen action with a brain and a conscience. Also, Katniss Everdeen proved to be a strong, female role-model. However, if you’ve been following the… Read More