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In a time of environmental uncertainty, this exhibition at Linden invites artists to respond to disaster, trauma and crisis.
Studio Link-Arc has revealed plans for China’s pavilion in the 2015 Expo Milano.
Parer’s War is a film about our most remembered filmmaker, who redefined the craft of war correspondence with a Bell and Howell.
A vacant brutalist library building at Macquarie University has been transformed into a ‘spatial experience’ for students.
Hosted by the Dreamworks Chief Creative Officer, Bill Damaschke, the animation discussion at ACMI was wide-ranging and instructive
The latest dance work from choreographer Penelope Mullen taps into our shared, primal passions.
Opera Australia's new Rigoletto allows the Verdi to emerge unrestrained.
With new dates and new governance in place, the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair has bounced back from doubts about its future,
Back to Back Theatre and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra are among 2,400 artists selected for the 2014 Festival.
The Australia Council has appointed a new Director of Community Partnerships.
Nalin’s investigation of the world's largest spiritual assembly provides a colourful and considered overview of the Kumbh Mela.
Jim Jarmusch isn’t the first arthouse filmmaker to tackle the undead; here are some other memorable movie bloodsuckers.
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The Queensland Symphony has appointed a new CFO following a successful start to their 2014 season.
The 25-year draft master plan for a $130 million Sydney Botanic Gardens redevelopment has drawn ire but the AIA approves.
Funding models are driving community arts practitioners towards working with young people, at the expense of other segments of the community.
Moore's coloured walls jar in sync with discombobulated videos and psycho-portraits, but at what point do the theatrics overwhelm?
The Sydney Theatre Company delves into London’s 1950s club scene as they take on the quintessentially English play, ‘Mojo’.
Greg Horsman's take on the classic comic ballet will have a distinctly Australian aesthetic.
State Government cuts are forcing Queensland’s peak body for the youth arts sector to permanently close its doors.
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