Nō and kyōgen, the most ancient performing art traditions of Japan, are the subject of the dazzling current exhibition at the New South Wales Art Gallery.
Helen Parnham cycles and swims her way to a very special adventure, on an island just north of London.
Fabulous photographs of breeding seabirds at the Farne Islands, by Adam Seward.
Maria Hood explores the strange history of Dumet Island in Brittany.
Jordan Ogg speaks to the artist Alex Malcolmson about growing up in Shetland, and the influence of the sea on his work.
Jordan Ogg speaks to the Australian artist about her efforts to paint extinct bird species from around the world.
In her first column for The Island Review, Larissa Kyzer reflects on the challenges and joys of being an outsider in Iceland.
“An island is an intentional place. You can’t end up living on Tasmania by accident. You must truly want to be here.” Introducing our new columnist, Ruth Dawkins.
Our columnist Dr David Higgins visits the South American island of Tierra del Fuego.
Calum Rodger considers Amy Todman’s new book, and finds it ‘a thing of subtle beauty’.