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400 years after Shakespeare wrote his first three plays, Oxford University Press has concluded his rival Christopher Marlowe should share the credit.
Liverpool Council gets a new CEO from Casula Powerhouse and Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative a new Cultural Co-ordinator.
Music festivals such as Bluesfest are facing a 600% hike in visa costs for touring acts, sparking conflicting responses from major and independent producers.
The Anywhere Theatre Festival has ambitious plans for 2017, expanding from a single city to an entire state.
A new festival which aims to diminish our fears about death is seeking volunteers to lie in state and lead a death march.
Six architects have been shortlisted to deliver a new Masterplan for Boyd’s iconic south coast property at Bundanon.
A new generation of young female artists is more influenced by the Spice Girls than Germaine Greer.
Have our galleries turned into menageries? Three exhibitions look at the place animals hold in contemporary art practice.
Plans to cut the number of tertiary arts courses eligible for student loans from 70 to just 13 have shocked and angered Australian artists and arts workers.
In a surprise announcement, the Swedish Academy has awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature to singer/songwriter, Bob Dylan.
The UK is relinquishing the remains of 13 Aboriginal Australians which will be handed over in a ceremony today.
Res Artis inaugural Executive Director announced and the Australia Council Board gets four new members.
The final stage of an in-depth report into the health and wellbeing of entertainment industry workers makes for sobering reading.
Circus arts, acting and jewellery-making will no longer be eligible for student loans as the federal government focuses on higher education reforms.
'Australians have become addicted to giving, and the taste for philanthropy has become as alluring and natural to them as the taste of Vegemite.’
Two new members join the Board of Directors at Artspace and MADA gets a new Head of Design this week.
While Nine fades a bit it is still well clear of Seven as The Block delivers an audience fascinated by terraces, but less than kitchen.
Long hours and never ending To Do lists often means our sleep is the first thing to be compromised. But cutting back on sleep can harm our creative output.
There is increasing pressure for quotas for women, culturally diverse and disabled actors and creatives to improve diversity on our stages and screens.
Andrea Buck is a tenacious and highly experienced filmmaker. She has put out a blinder of a TedX speech.
The International Emmies, the Heart of Gold winners, two compelling shorts from an Optus competition, and the next version of the Sydney Film Festival/Lexus prize..
Boys in the Trees is carrying the flag for magic realism, which may be changing the game for Australian cinema.
The cutting of selected programs for VET help it is indicative of Australia's aversion to creative pursuits.
Dylan's Nobel Prize in Literature has been variously described as an inspired choice, a thoughtless slight to real writers or simply a reflection of the age, gender and ethnicity of the judges.
Visual arts is useless, edgeless and homeless...and that is a good thing both for artists and for society.
An art exhibition that's the definition of cool, the Banksy show is also an ironic comment on commercialisation in the art market.
Touring programs have been cut, staff shed, research discontinued and hours contracted. That's not efficiency it's decimation.
ArtStart was cancelled in the wake of last year's arts funding cuts. One of the last participants explores why the loss matters.
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La Boite has put together a performance that will stay with you long after the actors have left the space.
Its lead character may champion a stripped-back approach, but that doesn’t flatter the no-frills sequel made in his image.
War and Peace relies less on the novel’s plot than a philosophical derailment.
It is 80 years since Prokofiev composed the charming Peter and the Wolf which has delighted audiences for many years.
Catch this absurdist romp before it becomes the stuff of legend.
ArtsHub staff are attending a wide range of Melbourne Festival events this year; here are our impressions of the program so far.
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