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A spark for an idea can come from anywhere. It can sneak in the back door… and it has for 20-years. Borgelt’s survey at Newcastle Art Gallery is witness to that journey.
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At just 27, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran has taken over the National Gallery with an exhibition that questions the face of ceramics today.
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Opinions & Analysis
VIDEO: Leaders in arts and disabilities open up about mental health challenges and how the sector can handle them better.
Self-made YouTube vlogs are creating a revolution in the control and distribution of entertainment.
From festivals and street art tours to event listings and orchestral insights, there’s an arts industry app out there for you.
A new Artistic Director at St Martins, a farewell at Creative Victoria, a new CEO at artisan, changes at Opera Q, and more.
Open Channel, Optus film competition, provocative films, IMAX, Italian coffee makers..
Evil wunderkind Shane Smith uses ruthless logic to put boomer heads on poles at MacTaggart lecture.
Over the years, Mushroom has hit the nation's nerve endings with Chopper and Molly. Maybe, just maybe, Boys in the Trees will join them.
A grand cinema event; the latest film version of religious epic Ben-Hur definitely isn't.
Certainly for fans but also some fun for the uninitiated, Jeeves and Wooster is an irreverent, very, very British night of laughs.
Adelaide's claim as Australia's Festival City has been strengthened with the signing of a historic agreement with the world's biggest festival.
Why is Sydney's IMAX about to go missing? Why should you grieve? Will there be a happy ending?
In 1999 there were only two Indigenous actors on Australian TV; that figure has thankfully increased, but diversity lags in other key areas.
This touring work by Opera Australia, featuring a new English libretto by Michael Gow, is camp, delicious fun.
Two more films at Toronto rewrite the statistics while Australia gets a Foreign Language Oscar contender.
Funding cuts and the growth of a US-model of giving has changed expectations on the boards of Australia's arts organisations.
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