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The Workshop Arts Centre is an independent not-for-profit art centre and workshop facility established in 1961.
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01 Dec 2015
Peter Jackson casts himself, gets into a time travel joke with Dr Who, and reveals a dab hand at calm high naturalistic impro. Note the use of the single locked off image..
Janelle Marr, the Chair of the ScreenWest board today announced the appointment of two new members to the board.
From Tiepolo to Matisse's work, a free online course is drawing students from across the world to take a a peep at some of the cheekiest works in Australian and American galleries.
Bits & Blogs
A world-class performance by the MSO directed by German firebrand violin virtuoso, Kolja Blacher.
Mad Max sweeps all before it, but that just about ends the predictability in the list.
In a world first the work of Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has been paired with 20th century Pop legend Andy Warhol, but why?
A first-rate recital by an exciting and elegant new ensemble.
The Australia Council is restructuring for life to manage Fifield’s Catalyst regime with current staff made redundant and new positions announced.
Experience the grandeur and resilience of the world’s oldest living civilization in an historic exhibition of some of the most culturally significant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander objects acquired during the first contact between Australia’s First Peoples and European settlers.
Socially engaged art, dinosaurs, and a leading youth theatre company’s 2016 season are among this week’s announcements.
Funding lessons for the arts can be found in the way a food education program captured both public and private dollars.
30 Nov 2015
Post Thanksgiving, the US competition gets real again. We are slowing down as a nation while the US ramps up.
The private gallery is dying. The next generation of artists will be marketed through online galleries, art fairs and a new kind of upmarket emporium.
Opinions & Analysis
Writers are being tempted with a $100,000 Writer Fellowship to join the fight against obesity.
The dilly bag is empty on commercial FTA TV, but the ABC does well with a show about Ceduna followed by ways of saving the world.
The raucousness and seasonal sentiment might be familiar; however this Christmas film still elicits modest laughs.
Technology is both a threat and an opportunity. Learn what smart arts organisations do to become tech-savvy educators.
7412 Kilometres of Relations explores the political situation in Hong Kong within deeply personal narratives.
Gin Sister tries hard but is watered down.
A mesmerising and enjoyable audience experience.
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