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Andrea Buck is a tenacious and highly experienced filmmaker. She has put out a blinder of a TedX speech.
The International Emmies, the Heart of Gold winners, two compelling shorts from an Optus competition, and the next version of the Sydney Film Festival/Lexus prize..
A new fellowship for a mid-career or established artist with disability is the first of its kind.
An opportunity has arisen for a director to follow in the footsteps of Paul Grabowsky and Adrian Jackson.
Music festivals such as Bluesfest are facing a 600% hike in visa costs for touring acts, sparking conflicting responses from major and independent producers.
ArtsHub staff are attending a wide range of Melbourne Festival events this year; here are our impressions of the program so far.
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Being paid to study overseas is a dream – and two Australian artists are about to live it after winning the Samstag Scholarships.
Nostalgia goes a long way – so does a great cast.
A new (old) instrument, a mysterious benefactor and beautiful music.
If you are not including diverse Indigenous voices in your offerings, it’s time you got with the ArtsReady program.
The Anywhere Theatre Festival has ambitious plans for 2017, expanding from a single city to an entire state.
Imagine if you could jam with a computer that understood your musical strengths or take a life drawing class with a computer that could help you with faces. It's on its way.
A new festival which aims to diminish our fears about death is seeking volunteers to lie in state and lead a death march.
Packaged in familiar aesthetics and nodding to sci-fi greats, Equals finds love and subtle performances against the generic odds.
Six architects have been shortlisted to deliver a new Masterplan for Boyd’s iconic south coast property at Bundanon.
A new generation of young female artists is more influenced by the Spice Girls than Germaine Greer.
The Australia Council for the Arts is looking for arts peers to assess funding applications, particularly from remote and regional communities across Australia.
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