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An entourage of 19 painters and calligraphers aboard missing Malaysian Flight 370.
With each member taking turns to rile the audience with passionate displays of stagecraft, the band left the crowd exhilarated.
Lasers, electronic legends and film fuse with Modulations, three days of music and art at Carriageworks
The CARBON festival returns, featuring guest speakers recognised for changing contemporary style and culture.
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The most significant exhibition of private loans launches Sotheby’s new Sydney space, paintings pivotal to Drysdale’s career.
Two 42 foot vertical grain silos will be turned into one of South Africa’s most exciting art museums.
American photographer Corey Miller captures the America of old in a modern way.
This year's program for the Gold Coast Film Festival has been released, showcasing 40 films from Queensland, Australia and beyond.
Lindy Hume brings "Bunga-Bunga" to a new production of Rigoletto for Opera Queensland.
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A dying Indigenous language could be given a second chance through next month’s release of a new Noongar language album.
Three of the ABC Arts decision-makers shared information about what they are looking for and what slots are available.
There is an interesting tale to tell in the central romantic pairing, though not one the feature always recognises.
An odd playfulness with tempo persists throughout the whole set:: dreamy slow swing, punctuated by high-flung choruses.
While Melbourne and Sydney duke it out, neither is as necessary to art as it used to be, according to a new book Australian Art: A History by Sasha Grishin.
The vertical works encourage a meandering path through the space delicately treading a circumnavigation around each piece in turn.
Excitement aplenty was to be found in Hindemith’s Mathis der Maler, which made different kinds of musical demands on the players.
The fantasy of Populaire outweighs any attempts at feminist statements, though its comic sensibilities remain apparent.
A stunningly powerful piece that encourages us to formulate our own thoughts on dealing with the past in the present.
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