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The popular musical, based on the Roald Dahl novel and featuring music and lyrics by Tim Minchin, won eight of the 12 categories it was nominated in.
The Melbourne Prize has introduced a new category to honour the City of Literature.
Questioning at Senate Estimates today exposed the details of the funds that will be returned to Australia Council following the demise of Catalyst.
Ambiguously located images tell a story of Indigenous dispossession, landing a velvet punch on global audiences for the Venice Biennale.
Creatives stand to benefit from investment in technology start-ups as a Silicon Valley accelerator sets up in Melbourne.
Stephen Cleary comes into a piece of the Queensland Originals program.
The lead creatives of Opera Australia’s Handa Opera production of Carmen on Sydney Harbour are angry that they have been excluded from a remounted production of the work.
Bruce Beresford is like a great rock standing in some uncharted sea, looming out of the mist to awe passing mariners. Now he wants to make another comedy.
Lexus, makers of expensive cars, turn out to be surfacers of fine cinematic talent. Via the Sydney Film Festival, of course.
Would you change your domain to the trendier .art?
Great aspirations need concrete programs to make them work. Here's three different ways to skin the equality cat.
The Sydney Film Festival celebrates ten years of its major prize with a series of screenings - tickets out today, from 3pm.
Lion is over $160m around the world. But local audiences can now watch The Family, the Death and Life of Otto Bloom and David Stratton.
Artist Sarah Goffman reuses plastic in a clever pun that references history, while criticising contemporary society.
Changes to the Australian Ballet board announced.
SBS runs a train doc which beats Biggest Loser, Bully and Todd Sampson.
Virtual reality enables the audience perspective to leave the stalls and become part of the action in a boundary-smashing collaboration between choreography and screen.
Rohan Thomson's photographic project 'The Makers' is dedicated to recognising the labour and humanity of visual artists.
From gallery openings to the ritual of post-show drinks, alcohol saturates the arts. How can we lessen the damage grog is doing to our sector?
What happens when we watch a performance or experience a piece of art? The AFTRS is using modern science to provide answers which make sense to creators.
Rebranding, expanding and refreshing a company’s identity: there’s more to it than just changing a logo.
Corporate collections are traditionally the bastion of conservatism. Allens Linklaters flips the tables on the corporate brand with edgy commissions.
Festival audiences become part of a collective experience giving individuals a sense of community all humans need.
The number crunch on artists representing Australia at the Venice Biennale shows two prominent galleries greatly dominate selection.
There are important lessons to be learned from the 22-month campaign that culminated this week in the end of Catalyst and the return of funds to the Australia Council.
The sector is right to celebrate the demise of Catalyst and the return of money to the Australia Council. But how much money in real terms, and where will it be spent?
Screen Australia opens up another front in its campaign to change the makeup of the creative sector.
An Indigenous Festival director is using the psychology of hope to reframe cultural exchange.
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A tour de force of immersive theatre.
ArtsHub's series of snapshot reviews of work presented as part of Dance Massive.
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Jacques-Yves Cousteau's life and work inspires an episodic biopic boosted by stunning underwater cinematography.
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