Rhythm Sequence with Sylvia Rosenblum

On Arts Wednesday 20 March 2019, Sylvia’s guest was artist, Gemma Smith, talking about her career survey exhibition, entitled Rhythm Sequence at UNSW Galleris. The conversation centres on the language of painting: colour, shape and materials. Read More

About autism with Sylvia Rosenblum

Like you, I suspect that autism was something you never heard of growing up. Now however, we all know the word and we all know or, know of, someone who has it or who is on the spectrum – in other other words, we’ve  all heard of it. But… Read More

White City of Tel Aviv with Sylvia Rosenblum

In 2003, UNESCO placed Tel Aviv’s White City on the World Heritage list. The White City refers to the more than 4,000 buildings, designed by Bauhaus architects, fleeing from Nazi Germany in the 1930s. Dr Micha Gross is one of the founders of the Bauhaus Centre in Tel Aviv and… Read More

Design Museum Holon with Sylvia Rosenblum

On Arts Wednesday 27 February 2019, Sylvia’s guest was Maya Dvash, Chief Curator of the Design Museum in Holon, Israel. Hear about the origins of the museum and its development over the last few years. The conversation continues with a discussion of the temporary exhibition by Dutch design master, Maarten… Read More

CEO Elaine Chia Previews 2019 City Recital Hall Season

Elaine Chia the CEO of City Recital Hall joined us at Eastside FM for an interview by Virginia Lowe on Arts Wednesday. Chia tells Eastside how though she’s always had a passion for music, her degree was actually in interior architecture. During her time studying she worked at The Princess… Read More

Interview with Mexican-American Band ‘Las Cafeteras” Denise Carlos

Arts Friday’s Angela Stretch talked to Denise Carlos from ‘Las Cafeteras’ about their political perspectives, identity and the power of music. Las Cafeteras are a band of Mexican–Americans living in East LA and as the LA times described them, are “a uniquely Angeleno mishmash of punk, hip-hop, beat music, cumbia and… Read More

Interview with Nicholas Ng from Australian Music Centre

On Sunday 10th February, Riverside Theatres at Parramatta celebrated the Lunar New Year with an afternoon of traditional Chinese music.    Gong Xi! Songs for the Lunar New Year featured music and songs from China performed by a sextet of musicians, members of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music… Read More

Interview with Actor and Director David Field

In this week’s episode of Arts Monday Susie Lindemann talks to actor and director David Field. They discuss how arts art and politics interfere, the benefits of shooting low-budget films, his approach to directing and more. The guest also talks about his most recent project ‘The Combination: Redemption’, which is a follow-up to… Read More

‘Home’ in Koori Art – A Contested Place

Robert Campbell Jnr, Sunset over the Macleay overlooking Euroka, 1990. Courtesy AGNSW Arts Monday’s Jane Raffan and Amanda Peacock (Art Gallery of NSW Coordinator of Aboriginal and Photography Education Programs) discuss the exhibition ‘Home’. Sadly for most Koori artists, reflections on the idea of home are actually… Read More

Interview With Michael Costi From The Overcoat: A Musical

It was a pleasure for Gaz and Diana to have Michael Costi, the director of The Overcoat musical, in their show. He talked about the classic jazz song “Salt Peanuts” and his new show “The Overcoat” based on an old Russian short story. “It’s surprising, full of mystery, and if… Read More