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Are you looking to expand your creative talents? Do you want to skill-up in your career? The Australian Film Television and Radio School’s Summer Intensives are what you’ve been looking for.
Snapshot reviews of this year's festival, updated regularly, including Taylor Mac's A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.
It was a painting of a fellow artist that nabbed Tim Storrier the richest portrait prize this year, but it appears that taste and merit differ between prizes and institutions.
A regional gallery director’s curatorial indulgence opens the door on a national debate, and catches the eye of the Classification Board.
Does the exhibition live up to the legend? We walk through QAGOMA’s Richter show – the largest in the southern hemisphere.
How momentum won one of the most important copyright cases in Australian art history.
Co-founder of the Forest Fringe, Andy Field, warns artists not to mistake exhaustion for success.
The Little Lunch films are doing well on the awards front, up against some powerful and salutary productions from around the world.
A third enquiry, a new fight, and perhaps a last minute rescue from the forces of doom.
Ali's Wedding and Mountain are alive and well, but the tentpoles are a touch mediocre. And the Americans fear the annual results will be dismal, betrayed by October.
Mosman Art Prize winners celebrated; Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship recipient revealed; ADL & AWG winners announced, and many more.
The politics of agency leadership just got much more complicated as the SAFC head is snaffled by New Zealand.
We may not want to talk about exercise but we do care about gut bacteria. For proof we have the Catalyst figures.
New CEO announced for APRA AMCOS; Jennifer Byrne farewells The Book Club.
Queensland artists are in high demand overseas. Queensland artists are also moving to southern states to survive. How to resolve this defining contradiction of culture?
Under Siege marries tradition and inventiveness in a superbly crafted masterpiece
Australian arts organisations commemorate World Mental Health Day with the announcement of a new, sector-wide initiative.
From an overview of national practice to the success of cultivating diverse voices on the stage, ATF 2017 heard a range of short but valuable presentations.
A new study shows that half of Australian teens read for pleasure, and more than half hold a valid library card.
What qualities and skills are needed by today’s aspiring songwriters with sights on the international action? It’s a lot more than just rhythm and melody.
Commemorating 100 years of Australia’s closest neighbor through its artefacts, video and a collaboration with an ARIA-winning musician.
Tamara Winikoff has been at the helm of NAVA, the national peak body for the visual arts, for 22 years. She shares the challenges, the wins, the wisdoms and tips garnered along the way.
In November, Williams will celebrate one year since he was appointed as Artistic Director of STC. What were his biggest challenges in that time?
Brisbane’s circus sector is internationally recognised. What conditions led to such creativity and how can its future be secured?
Moya Wood, a force of nature in the conception, development and writing of important Australian film and television shows, has died after a long, pioneering life.
Punk is a tradition to evoke at your peril as the Adelaide Film Festival discovered on the opening night, though it turned out just fine.
Black Swan’s Artistic Director looks back at her first year in Perth, having relocated from Melbourne last October, and discusses the challenges of getting to know the city and the company.
Parliament House is more than a location for sitting politicians; it is the meeting place for artists Imants Tillers and Michael Nelson Jagamara, and their story of reconciliation through collaboration.
The Great Australian Plays: Williamson, Hibberd and the better angels of our country’s nature.
We compare several different analyses of recent low(ish) budget film success. Should we be doing anything different? Can we do anything different?
Playwright David Finnigan describes his journey navigating the attacks on his play, Kill Climate Deniers.
Judith White says its really not that hard to get arts funding right in NSW; we just have to drop the push for the icon building and think cross sector excellence.
The big name, big traffic exhibitions are not the exclusive domain of city venues,
and the proven trend that 'regions attract' is moving into other forms of collaboration.
A push for greater gender equality in exhibitions at major art museums appears to have gained traction, but can the spike be sustained?
More opinions and analysis
An exhibition asks patrons to tweet ideas and opinions on chosen artworks.
A one-off endowment has grown to become Australia’s richest and proudest literary award.
A creative writing centre has become a crucial space in the Redfern area by empowering the youth to tell their stories.
A new exhibition of over 100 pieces of art celebrates Indigenous artists and their creation stories.
Katsushika Hokusai's masterpieces counter the popular view that we make our best art works when we're young.
A significant artistic and community collaboration inverts historical images to confronting effect.
Rookwood Cemetery's 150-year history comes to life in an evocative outdoor sculpture exhibition.
It is estimated that 82% of taxpayers are likely to get a tax refund this year. What will you do with yours?
More bits & blogs
From grants to commissions, budgeting to merchandising, there are lots of tricks to keep you solvent while doing what you love.
Combine low incomes, erratic work schedules and the personal toll of creativity and it's little wonder burnout is rife in the arts. That's why our first e-book is focused on helping you look after yourself while succeeding in an arts career.
Successful job application is a process that usually involves a series of knock backs before the breakthrough so resilience is a key skill.
From the written application to the interview, the techniques that help you get the job you want.
In the first of this three part webcast series on How to Land a Job in the Arts we cover job search techniques, networking and the preparation you need to do before you apply for a job.
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A collection honoring the career of costume designer Edith Head.
On the 168th anniversary of Chopin’s death, we celebrate Trifonov’s brilliant new recording.
A nuanced script acted superbly by a stellar cast reveals a soon-to-be iconic Australian yarn that is all about our love of family.
Translated from German, Dirk Kurbjuweit’s Twins is a bizarre tale of two friends.
Heide Museum of Modern Art is only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD and boasts a unique combination o...
The NT Writers' Centre works to develop, inform, advocate for and showcase writers and writing of th...
The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture investigate the relationship between industry and the natural en...
Cairns Regional Gallery is Far North Queensland's premier visual art museum.
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