The weekend is almost upon us! For those without plans, there's plenty of markets, live music and art shows to look forward to. And for others who are using these two days as an opportunity to slide into bed, take this as a case for leaving the house.
If you're locked down in-doors, or even if you're not, why not tune in to Instagram for our fourth instalment of RUSSH Weekend? Victoria Houllis from Mannequin Hands will be teaching us some at-home nail styles, while Sean Brady will expertly demonstrate a fun, fifteen minute party look. RUSSH Weekend kicks off at 10am this Saturday, see you on the yoga mat.
Another month of lockdown was recently announced for those in greater-Sydney with gathering restrictions also in regional New South Wales. Our thoughts are with the people of New South Wales at this time.
Why not pick up a croissant from Lune Bakery? They're delicious and you'll be helping out a local business. A plus in any book.
Head on over to Lamington Drive to see Beci Orpin's show 'The Shape of Thought'.
Have a Sarah and Sebastian bracelet perfectly fit to your wrist with their soldered project.
The European Masterpieces exhibition from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC is open and calling your name. Go check it out.
Brisbane Comedy Festival is still on for a couple more weeks. Get some laughs, lord knows we need them.
Does a fierce and irreverent take on Shakespeare spike your curiosity? Book tickets for the play Caesar
The Living Memory National Photographic Portrait Prize opens this Saturday at the National Portrait Gallery.
Feeling a urge to boogie? You're in luck. Planned Attack is on this weekend.
Discover the origins of the Didjeridu or 'Yidaki' as it's known among the Yolngu people.
Immerse yourself in Van Gogh Alive and experience the artists world.
Be sure to see the Ramsay Art Prize at AGSA and take a look at Kate Bohunnis' winning work.
The Umbrella Festival is on and with it comes loads of live music from musicians like Archie Roach and Sea Bass.
Celebrate Eid at the Adelaide Multicultural Eid Festival. Delicious food and markets await you.
Record label, Afrotropik, are holding a series of live music events this weekend.
Spend your Friday night at Freo.Social for Abbe May's album launch.
Calling all Ariana Grande stans, this is your moment. Ariana Fest is on this weekend.
Head over to Araluen Arts Centre to see Rod Moss' show All My Fat Country.
Grab some local produce at Malak Marketplace in Darwin this Saturday.
Watch the sun set at Mindil Beach Sunset Markets this Sunday.
Head over to the Paradise Lost exhibition and explore the works of convict artist Thomas Griffiths Wainewright
Settle in for the play A View from the Bridge.
Put on your hiking boots, rug up and spend the day exploring Kunanyi. Make sure you leave yourself enough time and check the weather conditions on the day.