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Arts House, Theatre Works and Footscray Community Arts Centre will join forces for a major new collaboration in March 2014.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra has got audiences in the mood for Bach, an often neglected composer at Christmas.
Two British artists' experiments with light and assemblage are setting social media on fire.
In our new weekly ‘reimagining spaces’ series we take a look at an old Coca Cola factory that is now an administrative hub.
Has museum display become subservient to the sculptural branding of architects or should the architecture be a neutral backdrop?
The silly season has officially begun. But Christmas art isn't all saccharine nativity scenes. Risque, political and provocative works bring joy to the world and giggles to the cynical.
Who can sustain 14 consecutive one-night stands? Damien Minton Gallery will this December with 14 rotating exhibitions.
Entries in architecture, ballet, music, poetry and prose are open until 13 December.
The new director comes with experience from some of London's most respected cultural and scientific institutions.
The new-burlesque movement puts a spin on Yuletide this December as Pip Branson curates Tokyo Sing Song.
The Arts Party (TAP) will register as a Federal political party this month.
ACMI's turns to new marketing director to boost brand identity
With the spring auctions now behind us, artsHub has put the figures on the table. How did the houses fair?
Australian public galleries are facing an image crisis because they don’t tell their stories effectively.
The example of the Greens shows a small party can make a big difference. A new party aims to do the same for the arts.
The new Arts Party is not a small issue party. There are good reasons why all of Australia needs this initiative.
Successful graduates share their tips on what to do next to be in with a fighting chance of a career after their formal training.
When you are first starting out becoming a theatre producer may seem unattainable, but with the right contacts and attitude it’s a goal that could be well within reach.
The Australia Council for the Arts has announced who will be heading to Venice for the 56th Biennale in 2015.
A new study sheds light on the difficulties faced by those freelancing in the creative sector.
The National Gallery of Victoria’s blockbuster Melbourne Now has audiences flocking to contemporary art. But around the corner the Gallery’s younger sibling, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, exhibits cutting edge work all year round.
Oversupply, increased price sensitivity or maybe they just don’t like the program? Audience research casts a new light on a worrying trend.
The future of theatre may be less Australian, avant-garde and technology-driven and more about a return to tradition.
Polyglot Theatre helps traumatised children take control of their lives though play, by building a town out of cardboard boxes.
Diving into the international market place is hard. If you dream of a global audience, you need to know the right people. A new Australia Council program aims to help.
Independent circus artists are being forced to create small-scale works as a result of rehearsing in their lounge rooms and bedrooms.
A successful crowdfunding campaign can be just the starting point for building a fan base of regular financial supporters.
Is the end of the year getting to you? Ready for an office make-over with the new year? Here are a few design ideas.
Urban decay is delightful in its own way, with the old shells of buildings communicating stories long gone.
Cyclists in Adelaide have a more interesting destination than the traditional latte stop.
Like the biggest fish, Skywhale is hard to catch but keep an eye out in Melbourne this week.
The lines between art and nature are being blurred as tree shaping re-emerges and moss graffiti takes over the streets.
Always like the spikey rustle of Astro Turf - well here's a few ways to embrace it more fully into your life.
With Daniel Radcliffe's Allen Ginsberg about to grace our screens we look at some other cinematic tributes to the Beat Generation.
Written and directed by Wayne Tunks, Six And Out is an entertaining play about infidelity.
The Street Theatre tackles the rollercoaster ride of parenthood with aplomb.
An impressive cast sees this latest from James Ponsoldt convey the optimism of the spectacular and the uncertainty of now.
Loneliness,betrayal and regret are all themes in this hard hitting drama.
A brand new exciting musical by Gimblett and Coombs based on Oscar Wilde’s very moral story for children.
The tale of a man and his many, many offspring is one that writer/director Ken Scott knows a thing or two about.
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Remarkable exhibition of 81 Yirrkala drawings from north-east Arnhem Land tour to AGNSW and beyond.
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Just 40 kilometres west of Brisbane, the Ipswich Art Gallery is located in the restored old town hal...
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The National Portrait Gallery aims to increase the understanding of the Australian people.
Sara Roney Gallery is located on Glenmore Road in Paddington, the heart of Sydney's art district.
A major public gallery with a comprehensive arts centre, cafe, theatrette and community gallery make...
Artspace Mackay is a regional art gallery operated by Mackay Regional Council.
The Mosman Art Gallery is a dedicated public gallery established by Mosman Council.
[MARS] Gallery was established in 2004 by Andy Dinan and has quickly earned a reputation as one of M...
Heide Museum of Modern Art is only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD and boasts a unique combination o...
We aim to promote circus skills in the community both as a means to improve health and also as form ...
Australian Dance Theatre (ADT) is Australia's pre-eminent contemporary dance company...
SPPT is a driving force in the contemporary puppet theatre landscape in Australia.
Verve Studios is Melbourne's premiere centre for actor training. We are committed to preparing our s...
Harbour City Opera was founded to provide opportunities to aspiring and professional opera singers o...
Belvoir is one of Australia's most respected and innovative theatre companies, performing from Bevlo...
The Adelaide Festival Centre is responsbe for encouraging and facilitating artistic, cultural, and p...
Theatre Works is a creative centre and venue in the heart of St. Kilda that always aims to entertain...
Ryde Youth Theatre is a community of young people passionate about the dramatic arts
Orchestra Victoria inspires Victorians through great orchestral music.