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A woman’s life of philanthropy continues to bestow help and inspiration for the arts
Dancers shooting a video with Kylie Minogue in Melbourne today were told by a major US-label that there was no budget to pay them.
The 24th Australian Festival of Chamber Music provides the perfect chance to escape a dreary winter.
Wright dispels the myth of the Victorian goldfields as an exclusively masculine domain through the re-telling of the gold rush.
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Greater academic rigour is needed if the War Memorial is to be taken seriously as an art institution.
Former winners and honorees of the Monash Prize share their tips on entering a literary competition.
A Vietnamese-Australian will put himself through a shadow of his parent's boat journey in the name of art and human rights.
A swarm of 4000 handcrafted magnetic butterflies will travel across the globe in an ambitious street art project that will connect participants and the art through social media.
The Green Room Awards has given a sneak preview, naming winners in lifetime achievement, industry and technical categories.
Maxine Beneba Clarke speaks about The Emerging Writers' Festival and her new short story collection.
In the digital age a love story can involve online dating, internet porn and characters who have never met.
Australia’s highly anticipated midwinter festival reveals strong bill of acts including Lily Allen and the reformed OutKast.
Australian apocalyptic thriller, These Final Hours, will have its international premiere at the Director's Fortnight in Cannes.
The author documents a fascinating, protected and sometimes horrifying subculture that has not changed with the times.
The new Premier of NSW, Mike Baird, has announced a Cabinet reshuffle, and the Arts Ministry was among the changes.
For all the film’s pondering, it remains superficial and simplistic, spouting tech-talk clichés best left in decades long passed.
Kent succeeds in offering up a fascinating, rich character and leaves it up to the reader to decide how to feel about her fate.
To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Australia's leading exponent asks why actors and audiences still love the Bard.
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