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The best thing about awards for music clips is the chance to post some excellent short viddies. Here they are with added umlauts.
This week reminds us of the importance of respect.
Docs at the Sydney Film Festival, winning short science films, and Hounds of Love.
What do we want from Fifleld's new enquiry? Why do we have this terrible sense of deja vu? Is their hope for true reform?
Get Out has truly broken out with the Blumhouse snarl and a giggle. Can Hounds of Love get close in Australia?
At a time when mainstream media coverage of the arts continues to shrink, the nation’s foremost journalism awards have at last recognised arts journalism.
AFL turns out to be a killer app, giving Seven a 3% jump on Wednesday to leave everyone else grumpy.
As new conference director Alice Burgin reflects on her role, the AIDC advertises for a Partnerships and Business Development Manager.
The former South Hobart Primary School has been converted into an arts and community centre.
The St Kilda Film Festival opened in a convivial social whirl as local industry experts brace for the Industry day on Saturday.
Helpmann Award winner Eddie Perfect joins the creative team of long-gestating musical King Kong for its 2018 Broadway premiere.
A mob of great festivals from St Kilda to outback Queensland, while AFTRS grabs iView to explore the first films of directing greats.
Curators appointed to Parrtjima and Edinburgh Festival, a new Chair for AFTRS and a Festival Director steps down after five years.
The February funding round supports projects by 158 individual artists, 36 groups of artists, and 76 arts organisations.
Unlike the international versions, the Australian online video awards shows us the state of the art as we practice it.
Heath Ledger returns to the screen in documentary mode - we see it on the big screen while the US is stick with cable.
From software IP to in-house creative development on international projects, Zareh Nalbandian inches forward like a steam engine in mud - patient but unstoppable.
If you think that classical music is all about dead white males, or that there’s something unmanly about male ballet dancers, think again.
Do you need to go to film school? Maybe not, but here's ten ways to turn your education into a creative screen career.
Artists rethink the trauma of war by reflecting upon the little discussed attack on Sydney by the Japanese.
Pricing visual art can seem like plucking a number out of the air, but the reality is much more complicated.
Opera is expensive and elitist, while 'fringe' is code for 'second rate'. Why to do such stereotypes endure?
ArtsHub posted an image last week of a scheduled performance by Cigdem Aydemir at the MCA, causing comment over lack of context.
Battle of the Blockbusters: We take a look at how our blockbuster diet has changed as two diametrically opposed exhibitions both promise big numbers.
Why go to film school at all? Let the Vimeo shorts show you the options in a question that can never be answered.
A conversation about community, supporting each other and trying not to let the sector devour itself with competition over limited resources.
Kim Dalton presents a progress report on his Accountable ABC campaign, adds digital future twist.
Victoria’s Shadow Minister for the Arts and Culture responds to the first year of the Creative State policy and the recent State Budget.
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A delightful night of romance and passion with the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra.
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