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Heide Museum of Modern Art is only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD and boasts a unique combination of art, architecture and landscape.
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Living between France and Australia has paved an interesting career path for Tim Maguire, as a major solo exhibition at Newcastle Art Gallery reveals.
Following your heart can lead to an interesting and fulfilling career.
Many Queensland artists will work on the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2018 Games, which will be viewed by a global audience of more than a billion.
A new Centre for Writing and three dedicated writers’ rooms has opened in Western Sydney.
Discounted tickets to mainstage shows will be provided for artists, and Belvoir’s downstairs theatre will be freely available to independents.
Peak copyright agency forced to take the NSW Government to the Copyright Tribunal after its refusal to pay for fair use.
Move over Priscilla, there’s a new queen in town.
The Churchie honours contemporary artists; Walkley Book Award shortlist revealed; small works awarded; Tasmanian of the Year, and more.
RMIT and the Andrews Government have announced refurbishment plans for the iconic, 93-year-old theatre.
First Nations theatre-makers have much to teach the sector when it comes to ensuring that our rehearsal rooms are culturally safe spaces.
Three Summers hangs in, just, while Mountain pokes through the clouds again.
Each year the Screen Forever conference checks on the progress of gender equality. So far? Some good, some slower than we thought.
Auntie's night as she goes the full emotional while everyone else is dreary.
In his 2017 Philip Parsons Lecture at Belvoir, award-winning lighting designer Nick Schlieper asks: how can we turn the anti-subsidy trend around?
As the dialogue around contemporary textile art expands, a new work by Turner Prize recipient, Keith Tyson, is cut from the Australian Tapestry Workshop loom.
Brisbane City Council has done more than just listen to artists’ feedback; they have dramatically improved their funding model – creating advantageous opportunities for all.
Richard Sowada is utterly immersed in the exhibition sector. It seems to be shrinking like an old balloon.
Beyond the brand, beyond the dots – we review GOMA’s Yayoi Kusama exhibition and dig deep into the factors that have shaped her 70-year career.
Arts organisations in the national capital have ambitious plans for the future, including a new theatre, as the ACT's population continues to grow.
A New Approach appoints Program Director; new Curator for Ian Potter; new Executive Director for Queer Film Festival, and a shuffle in the top end.
New research released by the Australia Council reveals that artists’ incomes are 21% below the Australian average, with the economics of creative life particularly challenging for women.
With an election looming, the state’s arts advocates are campaigning for increased investment in the cultural sector and greater emphasis on First Nations, regional and youth arts.
Art Gallery of South Australia gives Aboriginal barks the spotlight through collaborations with a world-class American Collection and the MCA.
Historically men have dominated the public art domain, but contemporary female artists are shaking up the territory.
From colonial statues and monuments for healing to heavy metal abstractions, a discussion at the Sydney Sculpture Conference questioned public art's role.
Lack of funding and limited touring opportunities are restricting the artistic development of Australian circus, but new initiatives are set to change that.
By speaking to our emotions, art can inspire ideas for alternate means of living in ways that science cannot.
Strategies for disarming sexism for people working in the arts and cultural sector.
As the state’s election looms, the Queensland Greens’ candidate for McConnel, Kirsten Lovejoy discusses the party’s arts policies.
AsiaLink's founding director, Alison Carroll, reflects on the challenges of seeing our own culture as equal to those of Europe and America.
Playwright Ron Elisha reflects on the personal cost of the marriage equality campaign and the specious argument of ‘the slippery slope'.
If #MeToo has taught us anything, it’s that telling better women’s stories hasn’t really changed the lived experience of women, because it hasn’t really changed men.
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.
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?
The Great Australian Plays: Williamson, Hibberd and the better angels of our country’s nature.
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Social media is abuzz with commentary about the Venice Biennale following reports of disgruntled donors. We summarise some of the debate.
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.
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.
O Romeo, Romeo…who is this lady?
The superhero team-up film gets the DC gang together in a routine, choppy and dull fashion.
Despite it's flaws, the true value of Midnight Feasts' Chrysalis is in challenging us to look in places we reflexively turn a blind eye to.
The temporal landscape on which this work is presented is a shifting one, one that speaks not only of the past and the future, but also of the here and now.
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