Stacey Korfiatis in the top 30 of the Bluethumb Art Prize

The Bluethumb Art Prize is our annual award that aims to raise the profile of Australian artists by supporting, recognising and celebrating their incredible talent and diversity. With double the prize …


GACL celebrates literary works across the Greek Australian community

Calling on all poets and short story writers; the Greek Australian Cultural League (GACL) has announced its annual literary competition, and is looking for submissions. A well-established event on the …


Art made out of friendship and shared love for Greece

Greece gets the spotlight at the British Museum, which hosts an exhibition focusing on the interaction between the written word and art, but also on friendships galvanised by war and …


Envisioning the future School of Athens at the 2018 Venice Biennale

As part of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition organised by La Biennale di Venezia, Xristina Argyros and Ryan Neiheiser will be curating the Greek Pavilion. Titled ‘The School of Athens’, …


From Orpheus to Kythera

As the 36th annual Greek Festival of Sydney continues with its rich cultural program, the month of March is a proud one for those connected to the islands of Lesvos …


Penny Marathon drawing competition, raising funds and compassion

Animal welfare charity, Penny Marathon is continuing its mission to give stray and abandoned animals a better life with the return of its children’s competition. Children from around the world, …


A series of sculptures inspired by Cavafy’s poetry

Books, spread on a long table, or hanging from a wall, others set against lanterns and candles, or even against wooden ships. This is the latest output of sculptor Alexandra …


Photographer Kosta Greboyannis uses the camera as a tool for self-discovery

The young Melbourne creative tries to see the world in his own way, finding out what he wants while capturing strangers through his lens.


Revisiting past darkness through a lens of bright colour

Visual artist Peter Lambropoulos guides us through his work, a video art project that sheds new light on the history of the LGBTQI community.


Ancient history with new virtual reality

Lithodomos VR allows visitors to the Jewish Museum of Australia to place themselves in Jerusalem 2,000 years ago, says curator Eleni Papavasileiou.