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It’s a false dichotomy to separate Australia into arty urban versus bush and beach. Some of the most innovative work happens in small places.
A cracker of a festival will bring Brisbane audiences out of the heat for five days in January, but will ensure the activities sizzle.
The GOMA brand is more than big art and big spaces. Contemporary practice is also explored through a delicate exhibition of Aboriginal and Pacific textiles.
Like ‘Chinese Whispers’, Judy Watson’s new sculpture carries the changing voices of the GOMA’s Brisbane River site.
GOMA celebrates its tenth anniversary with a sugar high, more than 250 artworks that challenge and play with our perceptions of the institution’s brand.
The latest round of the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund supports works in all states and territories.
One theatre head departs as a new Chair takes up the reins at a performing arts centre, and the AD of a major festival steps down.
First batch of AACTA results. How can people sit through this ceremony and eat as well? So much tension!
It's cricket v Gormenghast. Cricket wins but we are consoled by weird intercultural mashups as national broadcasters strive for summer relevance.
VIDEO: Director of Art Gallery of SA, Nick Mitzevich, finds inspiration by going on a journey though artists' eyes, hearts and minds.
A burst of female couplings prompts us to wonder whether gender matters when pairing artists and curators.
Lion has six nominations. What about Hacksaw Ridge?
Screenwest symbolises its cuddly and collaborative dreams with a new structure and a new home.
A six minute video of the face of a homeless American man has won the National Portrait Gallery's Digital Portraiture Award 2016.
$160,000 is a career-changing boost, and eight artists were named the recipients of these prestigious national Fellowships.
Sydney Living Museums explore the demolished buildings of Sydney, and inspire us to consider the cities we’ll leave behind.
If the major performing arts companies are really elite they should be willing to compete on an equal footing, argues a key independent.
Being an art therapist is an opportunity to use creative expression as a tool to make changes in people’s lives.
Acting students are under fire for not being employable on graduation, so one course is ensuring they can create their own jobs.
Core grant programming ensures the future of seven artists through Australia Council Fellowships.
Victoria University in Melbourne’s west is celebrating its 100th birthday, but artists are getting the gifts with the announcement of the inaugural $10,000 Footscray Art Prize.
Six visual artists vying for a $30,000 fellowship and Artbank commission share the challenges of maturity.
Arts and social change company Big hART has been awarded the Tasmanian Human Rights Award for Organisation of the Year.
A prominent mural in Bondi Beach celebrating renowned Indigenous Rights activists has been whitewashed – literally.
The ABC launched a new series of Would I Lie to You for 438,000 early evening viewers, compared to 538,000 for The Hard Quiz on Wednesday. We've had enough of lies?
Other countries use regional theatre as a staging post or experimental crucible but Australia is so obsessed with the majors it ignores the opportunities of the bush.
The serendipity of hearing something unexpected, which happens on radio but not in a self-curated podcast ecology, is crucial if we are to counter the echo chambers that arguably contributed to the rise of Donald Trump.
Streaming, live performance, merchandising and teaching are combining to give musicians improved incomes despite the challenges of new technology.
Cutting $200 million from the arts in Australia and diverting much of the remaining to "high arts" such as ballet and opera is a political act which supports the oppression of people of colour.
In difficult times, artists have more power than we think to influence the direction of politics and society.
Enlightened universities are now embedding the principles of design and creativity into their business schools, as businesses recognise the value of arts education.
The claim that regional venues support touring ahead of local artists is ill-informed and provocative.
The recent National Opera Review concentrated on the big fish - but innovation is often found with independent artists.
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The great artists and thinkers of our time can offer solace and motivation when we reach the end of year slump
What inspires an arts manager whose work is tied up in frameworks and strategies?
There is no direct translation for these words into English, but maybe we can start using them anyway.
Three writers reveal how they plan their day and what rituals determine how they write.
VIDEO: As a Muslim Australian, Abdullah has found his work has become more political and 'deliberately abrasive'.
Art can overcome apathy by giving us a sense of the individuals who are affected by a social problem.
A background as a plumber put Artbank’s Director in good stead for running the country’s most democratic and sustainable collection of living Australian artists.
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