ABC.net.au - Arts The guerilla photographers capturing the spaces humans leave behind 2017-03-25T19:20:00.000000Z "Ominous". "Creepy". "Beautiful". "Serene". What becomes of a building when all of its people are gone? Bollywood dance the ticket to celebrating 50 years of Indian culture in Adelaide 2017-03-24T21:47:00.000000Z As the Mela Festival kicks on in Adelaide for the 25th year, the Indian community says its culture has been warmly embraced and celebrated in South Australia for five decades. QSO becomes Ed Kuepper's backing band for one night only at The Tivoli 2017-03-24T06:29:00.000000Z Australian alternative rock legend Ed Kuepper never imagined having the Queensland Symphony Orchestra as his backing band, let alone performing live together. Russia and Ukraine out of tune over Crimea at Eurovision Song Contest 2017-03-23T22:57:00.000000Z Yulia Samoylova thought she was representing Russia at this year's Eurovision final until disharmony over Crimea's annexation engulfed the competition again. National Gallery of Victoria security contract torn up after wage scandal 2017-03-23T19:21:00.000000Z The Victorian Government has torn up its contract with the company responsible for security at the National Gallery of Victoria over allegations that it underpaid guards. Sydney squeeze: Lower your electricity bills and reduce the heat island effect by planting more trees 2017-03-23T03:43:00.000000Z Do you know you can lower your electricity bill by up to $400 per year by planting more mature trees in your front yard? Asperitas: How a Tasmanian geologist helped classify a new type of cloud 2017-03-23T00:20:00.000000Z Gary McArthur's photo of asperitas clouds in Burnie is chosen as the world's best example for the newly classified formation. Boys' ballet in bush beats football for St George 8yo with cerebral palsy 2017-03-22T05:52:00.000000Z Tom McCosker has never ventured onto the football field, held back by the fear his cerebral palsy will let the team down, but he's found his groove in a new all-boys class in Queensland's St George. Sydney squeeze: How to design green spaces in the city and reimagine the Aussie backyard 2017-03-22T01:35:00.000000Z The big backyard is dying and in its place are high-rise apartments, shared lawns and convenient amenities that must meet the demands of a growing city. How William Eggleston's photos went from loathed to loved 2017-03-21T00:51:00.000000Z When photographer William Eggleston first started showing off his colour snaps in the 1960s he was mocked and spurned. Now he's considered by many as the godfather of colour photography.