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To stay afloat in a competitive market, music festivals need to make audiences feel they are part of something special.
The MCA Board thank vacating Board member, Rosemary Laing, and welcome another internationally recognised Australian artist.
For over forty years Felice Varini has been painting illusions on, and in, buildings playing with spatial engagement.
Adelaide’s Brink Productions announced a new General Manager and Producer as the company looks to expand the reach of its vision.
Here are 10 of the most exciting and rewarding productions, events and performances staged around the country in 2013.
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A new apprenticeship program seeks to help young dancers kick-start their careers.
Catch up on the key issues of 2013 with the definitive list of what really mattered to the arts sector in 2013.
The world’s wealthiest living artist is developing his own town in regional Ilfracombe, England.
Like its titular lead, the soft-spoken, tough-minded Mrs Lee, Philomena is a quiet film, whispering its message of acceptance.
Sporting arena, kindergarten, science lab: the top buildings of 2013 are varied in form and function.
Whether good or bad, art has an amazing ability to get people talking.
It’s been a year of great promise and considerable disappointment in Australia’s cultural sector with the best news in a generation offered and then left dangling.
artsHub's new arts grant finder aims to provide the most comprehensive listing of arts grants in Australia.
The Empress Hotel has closed its doors, but it seems that noise restrictions are not to blame.
Arguably two of Australia’s hottest galleries were under the spotlight at a recent symposium in Sydney. Which one came out on top?
Box office records reveal MTC has a lot to celebrate heading into 2014.
New funding will help the legal centre boost community services.
No other composition by Beethoven is so intensely driven by the power of rhythm as his Seventh Symphony.
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