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of the School of Art, Communication and English at the University of Sydney.

Review: Vänskä conducts the Music of Sibelius

Jean Sibelius is undoubtedly Finland’s most celebrated composer. While typically remembered for his passionate symphonic works and concertos, Finnish conductor Osmo Vänskä’s latest show...

Film Review: Anatomy of a Fall

I was initially sceptical about going to see Justine Triet’s latest film Anatomy of a Fall. The story seemed like it had been done...

Review: Kandisky, Art Gallery NSW

Kandinsky is an artist famous for his bright colours and bold abstract forms. While many may have seen a few of his best-known paintings,...

Finding the light: Wildschut & Brauss dazzle in opening Sydney show

The City Recital Hall in Sydney’s Angel Place is usually quiet on a Saturday afternoon, drawing only the most passionate classical music lovers together...

Africultures Festival 2023 biggest ever

More than 20,000 people attended the Africultures Festival on Sunday, making it the biggest yet in the event’s 15-year history. Organiser Naumi Benjamia said it...

Rose Mitchell

Rose Mitchell is a second-year student at the University of Sydney. She studies Arts, majoring in English and Spanish. Rose enjoys reading, classical music and film, and hopes to pursue a career in writing.