Archibald Prize-winning artist Judy Cassab, who died earlier this month in Sydney aged 95, was loved by her family, friends and members of the art world for her lifetime of painting.
Jonathan Tolins’s play Buyer and Cellar is a comedy about an out-of-work actor who takes a job as a shop assistant in the basement of superstar singer Barbra Streisand’s mansion.
The opening of Melbourne artist Erwin Fabian’s latest exhibition of recent sculptures took on extra significance as it marked his 100th birthday as well as 50 years since his first exhibition.
Writer-director Noah Baumbach’s latest film, Mistress America, is set in New York City and revolves around a college student whose life needs fulfilment. Read AJN critic Don Perlgut’s review (3.5 stars).
Popular klezmer band Klezmania recently performed 13 concerts over five weekends in regional Victoria. For far-flung members of the Jewish community, it was an opportunity to connect through music.
When playwright Dina Ross read an article about death cafes, the idea for a new play came to her immediately. The result is Muffins at the Death Cafe, which has just premiered in Melbourne.
The brilliance of Batsheva Dance Company’s long-serving artistic director, Ohad Naharin, is on show in Last Work, a new contemporary dance staged at the Melbourne Festival. Read our review.
Natalie Portman’s Hebrew language film A Tale of Love and Darkness is among the top movies in this year’s Jewish International Film Festival which opens in Sydney on October 28 and in Melbourne on November 4.
Israel’s renowned Batsheva Dance Company is returning to Australia with two compelling productions for the Melbourne Festival.