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28 Aug 2015
Figaro Pho, the brainchild of Luke Jurevicius is growing up in fast motion as he makes it out the door and onto another ABC3 series.
Initial cast announced for Jasper Jones, set to film in south-west of WA from 26 October.
From the pragmatic to the absurd, here’s 50 bright ideas to make a city more creative and playful.
After a year of battered public opinion over provenance issues, NGA Director Gerard Vaughan opens up on the new strategic plan, a new look, and a new approach to the sticky question of provenance.
27 Aug 2015
Audiences are pouring into modern film festivals, fuelled by a new generation, digital conversations and the simple desire to sit together.
Photographers often take thousands of images in a shoot. How do you find the single one to become your show's poster child?
With its famous laneway graffiti, dense commercial gallery scene and UNESCO City of Literature title, Melbourne likes to claim it is The Cultural Capital of Australia. In the latest in out Cultural Capitals series we assess the claim.
Both the State Government and Tasmania’s artists predict devastation for the State’s cultural centre under the Budget cuts.
The fact that Australia does not have a National Arts Week is a glaring absence in our national calendar.
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Victorian writers with disability will be supported to develop their skills and writing careers in the third annual Write-ability Fellowships.
Work is often referred to as something to battle with, something to be overcome or tamed or endured. But considering we spend a huge amount of our time working, surely it’s a better idea to find ways to embrace work?
26 Aug 2015
One feature and two documentaries fly the NZ flag in the Canadian autumn.
The graduate employment market is tough. Can your choice of uni affect your outcomes?
Based on this performance the SZCSOM is ‘riding high’ in its 50th anniversary year.
The war on culture by Islamic State demonstrates that the study of history, art and antiquity is a powerful and high-risk professi
The auction suffered from a global dip in market confidence this week, though top end works resisted the trend.
A lively, colourful and at times visually-searing production.
When developing countries need clean water, can we justify arts philanthropy? Philosopher Peter Singer, artistic director Robyn Archer and arts manager Pippa Dickson argue the toss.
Electric combines the handmade with the digital to reimagine functional objects.
After just one edition managed by Art Fairs Australia, Melbourne Art Foundation has reclaimed commercial delivery of the Melbourne Art Fair.
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