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29 Aug 2014
It is rare to read an internal rumination about a commissioned documentary series from the ABC.Here is Anita Brown on Dreamhouse.
The national passion for the various football codes pays off for Nine again.
Madman is running a limited season of Ghibli films to honour the great and effectively defunct Japanese animation powerhouse.
Hiding in Plain Sight is a most intriguing, fascinating and absorbing work.
Australian Book Review will announce the winner of the Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize at the launch of their Fiction Issue.
The Victorian government opts for stability after the death of ACMI president, Lorraine Elliott AM.
The community sector is especially vulnerable to funding cuts. But why is there so little noise about it?
The spirit of the Dungog Film Festival lives on, with added tractors and a rodeo.
When it comes to interpreting art, try lateral, not literal, thinking.
The humble cardboard will leave the fold and journey overseas with new award.
Melbourne lends fashion flair to ASEAN-Australia diplomacy as big brands and local talent join forces in an international runway extravaganza.
The internationally renowned musician and producer will be the keynote speaker at this year’s music industry conference.
28 Aug 2014
Disadvantaged communities in the small-medium sector will be greatly affected as AusCo cuts back funding approval period by half.
Art, design and fashion collide as these artists re-examine and push the boundaries of wearable art in an upcoming Sydney show.
Bits & Blogs
In a legal battle across two states and two courts, a Melbourne art conservator has been charged over alleged faked Whiteley paintings.
Utopia bounces back to register 925,000 nationally - not setting the world on fire but not too bad either.
In a Canberra exclusive, the NGA announced today its summer blockbuster, James Turrell: A Retrospective, opening 13 December.
ICAA releases a new promotional tool which can provide a useful platform for indy distributors.
As part of the first-response team to political decision-making, the charismatic figure of the Auspol cartoonist has a unique role and, as they admit, a tricky frontline position to manouevre.
The 2014 Brisbane Open House will again celebrate the city’s most historic and architecturally unique buildings.
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