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Some modest mainstream pics are doing very well at the moment - pace and quality helps.
A co-working space in Melbourne dedicated to digital games, animation and technology industries has received $500,000 from the Victorian Government.
Succession planning in light of the Artistic Director's impending retirement, and the company's 2018 season, are now imperilled.
Three new Australian musicals will be presented over three years; the first has been announced.
Global search brings Aussie home to SSO, Belvoir's new Executive Director, an AD for Melbourne Writers Festival, & MTC announce Writers in Residence.
The Arab Film Festival has an interesting guest; BIFF is running now; Cinefest Oz is nearly ready: GOMA has an excellent sound provocation - its a multicultural edition.
Eleven arts and cultural organisations have shared in the 2017 Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants, announced by the Minister for Foreign Affairs today.
Australian art will be the last impression left on travellers passing through Sydney Airport’s T1 terminal, in a new commissioning project announced today.
Watters Gallery calls it a day, joining a string of galleries that have closed their doors globally, but some experts argue that the art business is booming. Learn why.
How do you persuade your state government to give you $340,000 to transform an old picture theatre into a new performance hub?
MIFF Australian shorts winners have been announced, which we can compare with the AACTA list.
This week sees female artists emerge, visual arts celebrated, a Lifetime Achievement Award winner honoured and video work lauded.
Nine owned the week, even when it didn't have a reno show.
After almost six years as Executive Director, Sue Donnelly farewells Queensland Theatre to rejoin Belvoir.
New CEO for Salamanca, changes to Australia Ballet Board, ABC looses Chang, NORPA announces new associates, and from Arts House to Arts Centre.
The winners have been announced for Australia’s most prestigious award for Indigenous art, and the top work goes to an installation about youth incarceration.
Amid industry turmoil, newspaper cartooning is increasingly becoming a niche activity.
Gary Hamilton transcends popcorn to feed his own vision of success in China - great scripts and English speaking local heroes.
Backs against the wall as the fight to defend the Austrailan content regulations gets very ugly.
The current media usage stats is revealing one really interesting evolution - people over seventy are changing their viewing habits and quickly.
The annual Deloitte review of media consumption is an equal opportunity scarer. This time, the audience is taking revenge.
ArtsHub takes a journey to APY Lands with curator Nici Cumpston and talks politics, understanding and impact in the lead up to Tarnanthi Festival.
Writer quits and pens an angry screed about the state of arts criticism: it's a familiar story, but does the latest example say more about the industry than the individuals involved?
Predictability wins when surveying the art scene of another nation – in this case the Philippines – rather than the edgy art scene it is known for.
Independent artists need independent producers; they also need to reconsider some of the negative stereotypes they have about the producer's role.
There are over 300 art prizes in Australia. Perhaps the only way to ensure cut through is to amp up the controversy.
From day one, the commercial television networks have fought quotas for children's TV. Here's an elegant summary.
A recent ArtsHub feature called Fringe Festivals 'the arts world's version of a pyramid marketing scheme'. Here, a Fringe Festival Director responds to that criticism.
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The latest Malthouse production casts a knowing eye over previous iterations of Joseph Merrick's story and finds them wanting.
Intricate script delivered in a compelling fashion.
A refined and eloquent performance of three very different compositions.
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