A Man of Wealth and Taste: Harry M. Miller

“Should the job go to the vulgar New Zealander who had brought the Rolling Stones to Australia?” Sydney icon, edge arts patron and tour promoter, Harry M. Miller is celebrated in a profile that lauds his achievements as chairman of the Art Gallery Society of NSW, as the institution celebrates its 50th anniversary. Miller, who took the helm in 1972, is credited with turning “what was once the province of the wealthy and the dead into a thriving and much-loved Australian cultural icon, which is admired around the world.”


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Composer Annea Lockwood at Chicago Festival

Composer Annea Lockwood at Chicago Festival

Chicago’s Frequency Festival has become a crucial showcase for the movement of “new music”, according to Aaron Cohen reporting for Chicago Tribune. New Zealand-born and New York-based composer Annea Lockwood exemplifies…