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23 Sep 2014
A powerful, classic tragedy with the kind of scope that has become all too rare.
Olympian turned cabaret artist Matthew Mitcham, legendary performer Carlotta, and trans icon Buck Angel feature in this year’s Feast program.
How much of Australia is represented in Australian art?
For the first time the Stella Count compares not only how many books by men and women are reviewed but also who reviews them.
Watters Gallery has asked for some of their favourites back to mount a celebratory anniversary exhibition.
The work presented at This is Not Art is risk-taking, experimental, and sometimes unfinished - and that's what makes it such fun.
The Melba Foundation says there was nothing devious about a direct funding grant bypassing Australia Council peer review.
How should a museum look and feel? The new SAM wants to find out how the public envisages the museum.
Artists in the UK, US and Europe are giving art away to engage new audiences. Is it time for Australian artists to do the same?
Do you think Infinite Man has only had one screening, which is flicking back and forth in time? It is a time travel film.
From rom-com cliches to contrived circumstances, Italian comedy Stay Away From Me does little with its concept or content.
Shifting boundaries and physical endurance are tested at Melbourne Festival exhibition.
A Queensland playwright’s macabre new comedy takes centre-stage at Cairns’ Centre of Contemporary Arts.
Seven pretends to be berserk with joy over Brownlow figures.
The biennial state-wide festival will henceforth be known as the Tasmanian International Arts Festival.
The UN is investigating intellectual property law and the right to culture but failing to consider the rights of authors.
22 Sep 2014
The 67-member orchestra shared and relished these inspirational dialogues on human endeavour, love, loss and jubilation.
Sydney is set to host the world premiere of a new musical inspired by E.M. Forster’s Maurice and Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
The Screengrab International Media Arts Award returns to Townsville, awarding globally submitted multi-media art.
The news that Senator George Brandis has quietly approved a grant to Melba Foundation has heads in the arts community shaking.
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