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Internationally respected and recognised, Dr Yunupingu performed in his native Yolngu language for royalty and presidents.
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Director Ivo van Hove returns to National Theatre Live with Obsession.
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NSW celebrates a travelling fellowship winner; three shortlisted stories; ballet scholarship finalists and the winners of the APRA awards.
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The 2017 Helpmann Awards were presented tonight in Sydney; here’s a complete list of award winners.
In whose hands does mercy truly lie?
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs Mahler’s grandest work with panache.
An engaging portrait of the frantic final months of Mozart’s life.
Like Aldous Huxley’s classic 1932 novel of the same name the Brave New World exhibition explores the powerful impact these utopian ideals and dystopian realities had on the arts of 1930s Australia.
Two cases have come before the US courts that rethink the goal posts on fair use, and the authorship and appropriation of images shared via social media channels.
Successful creatives illuminate their career trajectories to reveal insights into starting out in the arts industry and keeping up momentum.
International titles The Hunger Games and Twilight have become synonyms for the Young Adult market, but did you know that Australia’s YA market is thriving?
Tired of waiting in the wings? APACA’s 2017 conference invites you in by focussing on connections, not transactions, and shifting the national performance agenda.
Curating is no longer about white cotton gloves and hushed hallowed halls; it is a dynamic, global and collaborative profession that has reached "super star" status.
Emerging filmmakers share their insight and advice on building a career in a changing industry.
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