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21 Aug 2014
Leading artists are returning to their roots at the Sydney College of the Arts.
Things are literally looking up for a new Architecture program at the University of Sydney.
Contemporary music will be taught for the very first time at Sydney's Conservatorium of Music.
The Master of Moving Image program at Sydney College of the Arts invites participants to explore new digital worlds.
Students looking to pursue a career in the arts can start their journey at the University of Sydney Open Day.
20 Aug 2014
A new film festival in Sydney explores the intersection of race, religion and spirituality.
One artist responds to the diagnosis of Stage IV cancer with a new series of works and a collaborative documentary.
Written and directed by Josh Lawson, The Little Death will soon to have its international premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
Seven Australian films will be screening at the Toronto Film Festival, making it a standout year.
The fifth Indie Gems Film Festival has announced its 2014 program, showcasing both local and international independent cinema.
The international art market in six grabs: from takeovers and profits to fakes - who’d have thought money could be so colourful?
Not quite a shift from sharks to Shakespeare but Screen Queensland is experimenting with a writer led recovery.
A Melbourne curator criticises international street artists who are suing filmmaker Terry Gilliam for copyright infringement.
Never mind an invasion of zombies, aliens or Godzilla. Amanda Parer’s giant inflatable rabbits are taking over the world.
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The anthology Locks of Love gave eleven different ACT filmmaking teams the opportunity to participate in the making of a feature.
Currently Producer/Programmer at the Seymour Centre, the new appointee joins Griffin at an exciting time in the company’s history.
Gary Abrahams is proving a fascinating director with his never-ending ability to surprise.
Ten reruns Mrs Doubtfire, gets higher numbers and is rewarded by losing 7.1% of its national average.
Griffith Review devotes its 45th edition to the pressing questions and emergent challenges of the day within the prism of work.
Bondi's Rock Surfers Theatre Company are staging performances in people's living rooms for Art & About Sydney 2014.
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