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A contemporary painting prize presented by Bayside City Council that welcomes artists from across Australia and encourages a sense of pride in the local community.
A consortium lodges a formal objection to the plans for Sydney Modern.
Harassment of any kind is totally unacceptable, the group statement says, noting the importance of supporting people who have come forward to report past incidents.
A 40-year vision for arts and culture has been released in the lead up to the 2018 state election.
Community radio station PBS 106.7FM has been announced as the first of many cultural organisations to take up tenancy at Collingwood Arts Precinct.
The full list of artists, and what and where they are showing for the 2018 Biennale of Sydney, has been unveiled.
Collaboration is at the heart of Adelaide's newest museum, as six design teams, each a partnership between International and Australian firms, vie for the gig.
Trying to build a career? Creative but too smart to try being a key creative? Just want to be vital to the sector? Here you go...
Not the best indy numbers but there's some ace films in the cinemas beyond the Star Wars queue.
It's now a muscled-up traditional studio v the new tech companies in a struggle for world domination as Disney takes on Netflix, Amazon and Google after absorbing the Murdoch empire.
When are the key award films coming our way? It is a peculiar summer.
The Parachute Festival is a two-day exploration of physical theatre bringing together a host of companies and independents from across Australia.
Mandate a code of conduct or lose funding, says Screen Australia. A beginning, but there's more to be done, says writer Sophie Mathisen.
Bryan Neathaway Brown, producer and actor, stalwart of Aust, has been given an honorary doctorate. His speech is pretty wonderful.
So much of our time is spent chasing audiences and funding, and thinking about metrics instead of creativity. It’s time to remember what our core business really is.
With strong voices and contemporary ideas, First Nations women are leading the Australian art scene into the future.
The misappropriation of Indigenous art in Australia's tourism industry impacts remote art centres and artists.
A Christmas album for connoisseurs of the Renaissance.
Creating dynamic workplaces where communication is prioritised, social justice is valued, and labels such as Millennial and Boomers are pointless, will enrich all.
Professional development training is an important part of Desart’s programming in Central Australia.
‘We will no longer tolerate this climate of fear and silence,’ say sector members.
Our language tells us a lot about who we are: our confidence, our embrace of trends, our professionalism and our priorities. So what did 2017 say?
REMIX asked a panel of experts to explore what has become of our creative nation, and to posit the steps required to get impending changes right.
Five years after a group of small to medium arts organisations in Melbourne’s west joined forces, they share their learnings with the sector.
To engage with difference is to both recognise that it exists and accommodate it on its own terms, rather than on the terms of the majority.
From multilingual spoken word workshops to Girls from Oz travel programs, WA is producing fulfilling experiences for young people.
Queer art will continue to evolve, even now that we've achieved marriage equality.
The accelerated pace of contemporary life is damaging to the art world and to collaboration between organisations, say visual arts sector representatives.
The rise of Asian international cinema is a huge, subtle topic. Here's a few quick stories to ponder.
Nine art prizes announced over two weeks reveal much about the psyche of our art scene.
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 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.
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The exhibition showcases the works of artists from a refugee or asylum seeker background who were selected via a national call-out.
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.
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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.
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An exhibition that brings together artwork from one of Australia’s most famous artists.
The latest instalment in the space saga boasts visual and emotional smarts, even when it's treading water.
A traditional if bland performance of a seasonal favourite.
Many of Australia’s best essayists have offered fresh perspectives on issues that have come to lose their significance through repetition and a general sense of hopelessness, invigorating them with new life.
A series of monologues on those suffering homelessness in Melbourne by award- winning playwright Daniel Keene. A searing, poignant and nuanced production that pulls at every heart string.
Suspense and thrillers are a popular genre but they are not to everyone’s taste.
Heide Museum of Modern Art is only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD and boasts a unique combination o...
SPPT is a driving force in the contemporary puppet theatre landscape in Australia.
RYT's vision is to inspire, nurture, and cultivate the creativity & stories of Riverland young peopl...
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