Ray GillFeb 1, 2016
According to The Art Newspaper Turnbull told Hughes: “That artist of yours is no good; he’s made me look like a big, fat, greedy cunt."
Ray GillOct 15, 20142 Comments
Carmen met her match in the political bullring. But in an opera-worthy plot, she’s back from the dead ..
Ray GillSep 22, 2014
Refugee activist Kate Durham talks to Ray Gill about jewellery as armour, her husband, Julian Burnside, and creation in a cave.
Ray GillSep 12, 2014
A new art show pushes the boundaries between porn and art.
Ray GillAug 1, 2014
A review of four government-funded opera companies around Australia should revitalise this adventurous and resilient art form and find new ways to engage more artists and audiences.
Ray GillMay 20, 2014
There’s rich and not quite so rich among Australia’s 28 major theatre, opera, music and dance companies. Who will the budget hurt the most?
Ray GillMay 15, 2014
In the wake of the federal budget and its fend-for-yourself philosophy, un-entitled artists might soon be spending more time chasing funds through crowdfunding.
Ray GillMay 14, 2014
If Treasurer Joe Hockey's budget can be characterised as hitting those who can least afford it, that strategy is perfectly mirrored in its arts funding.
Ray GillApr 9, 2014
It’s hard to move beyond the cliches about poor, morally superior artists struggling against the rich and powerful who exploit and profit from their talents, but changes to re-sale laws require a more realistic view.