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ACMI and QAGOMA offer the juciest of cinema experiences, while the French, Irish and Queer film festivals offer tasty bits in their bags of lollies.
We have a surge of delightful Australian films, a cartload of French flicks, and fascinating Guild events.
Novelist Kate Grenville, audio artist Madeleine Flynn and theatre director Rosemary Myers are among the eight recipients of the prestigious Australia Council Awards.
Arts organisations need to be flexible and responsive, as do the people who work in them, if they are to flourish and not just survive.
A temporary reprieve lessens the blow for current students, but the future still looks bleak for Sydney College of the Arts.
The VCE has achieved gender parity across the authors represented, but whether this will translate to better discussions of gender stereotypes in class remains to be seen.
Work hour limits need to change for better mental health and gender equality.
The Chamber of Arts and Culture WA has launched its ‘Arts Improves Lives’ campaign in the lead up to the state election on 11 March.
A new $300,000 fellowship will ensure an Indigenous student becomes a cultural leader.
National Art School Director appointed plus Federation University announces the new Director of the Arts Academy Ballarat and Gippsland Centre of Arts and Design.
Regional and remote artists and companies will suffer with the closure of an organisation which has supported them for over 70 years.
Get a professional leg-up in 2017 and attend a conference that connects your with artists and arts workers in your sector.
Participants in the inaugural ArtsHub Meet-Up considered the possibility that the savage cuts inflicted on the arts last year have had a positive pay-off.
It was a big week for appointments with changes at UPLIT, National Library of Australia, Expressions Dance Company, Museums Victoria, Maribynong Council and the National Maritime Museum.
A group of writers, directors, actors and dramaturgs have been selected for a new program that ensures pathways are still open for career development.
Recognising that indie theatre-makers can rarely afford mainstage prices, a new initiative makes affordability a priority in 2017.
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.
Circus arts, acting and jewellery-making will no longer be eligible for student loans as the federal government focuses on higher education reforms.
After eight years of discussion the future looks secure for a national centre for excellence in classical music training.
Art with a social conscience has fallen victim to a university with an economic agenda, say students and staff.
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