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At last the look of Peter Rabbit hits the public eye. Only to go head to head with Wes Anderson and Isle of Dogs. [With added Mountain footage]
Greek, Italian and soon Korean Festivals bring the big international fare, but the indy Australians gather their audiences handful by handful.
After three short years in the role, Gerard Vaughan announced today that he will be stepping down as Director in 2018.
An exhibition of over 50 new and commissioned works by Patricia Piccinini announced – her largest in Australia.
This is the end of Act two in the Great Tropfest Drama - basically secure and growing in Parramatta. But where will Act three take us?
The reality of a permanent contemporary gallery for Adelaide is a step closer this week as its $1.9M Stage One rolls into action with the search for an architect.
All over Australia, all over the industry, all over the age groups, sexes, aspirations and wider politics, the industry is on a campaigning roll.
Queensland literary award shortlist revealed; Event Awards celebrated on the Sunshine Coast; Artist in resident will head to Scotland, and more winners.
The UK industry is slowly working out the possible impiications of Brexit, with one useful piece of reassurance.
The cult satire of B-grade horror movies returns to Australian stages, with Craig McLachlan once again playing the role of Dr Frank N Furter.
While Ali's Wedding holds its own, I am Not Your Negro deserves a better audience.
Fifield fends off worrying allegations about ABC as the fight for Ten rises to a frenzy. Its a busy week in media politics.
Warwick Thornton's Sweet Country takes key award at 2017 Toronto Film Festival.
Once again, dogs are a winner.
It is rare to find a production model which genuinely reduces risk. Here is one, working quietly in the shadows, which makes a strictly logical use of prayer.
The Make it Australian campaign is poised to launch as the turmoil grows.
Cinematographer Joel Peterson died on the 10th of August 2017 at the age of 63. Tom Zubrycki celebrated his life at an OzDox event, which also illuminated the changing role of the camera in documentary.
Gillian Armstrong gave a rousing and insightful speech on Monday at the Sydney launch of the Make it Australian campaign. Here it is.
Back to Back Theatre's Alice Nash on the ingredients needed to make great work, and the value of such work for a civil society.
'Some of the most damaging ideologies that exist are the ones that uphold the complete eradication of our history, of our culture...
After almost six years as Artistic Director of Opera Queensland, Lindy Hume shares her experiences of running the AMPAG company with ArtsHub.
Parliamentary fun as the government enacts historic changes to deregulate media ownership.
The big name, big traffic exhibitions are not the exclusive domain of city venues,
and the proven trend that 'regions attract' is moving into other forms of collaboration.
A push for greater gender equality in exhibitions at major art museums appears to have gained traction, but can the spike be sustained?
In a nation now littered with at least 200 Big Things, there is a sizeable problem. What to do with them as they age and wear out?
If we want good arts journalism it may just be up to us as content consumers, not because of cuts and a devaluing by the media giants.
With the recent release of two feature films about Australian artists, we take a look at the hidden agendas and the broader context.
Arts organisations are prioritising commercial and business skills in new employees instead of innovation and creativity, research shows.
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A moving and respectful account of a problematic work.
Driftwood is a delicate and playful exploration of relationships through circus.
Lyric Hammersmith brings a dark and politically potent work, Terror, to Brisbane Festival for its Australian premiere.
A vivid imagining of hidden secrets of the Soviet Space Race.
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