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01 Apr 2015
The largest collection of Pre-Raphaelite works in the Southern Hemisphere will soon be presented at a major new exhibition.
Moira Buffini serves up a twist in the tale that turns all the foregoing on its head, turning trivial to pivotal and vice versa.
Gen Fricker uses her comedy show Monsterpussy as a form of therapy to deal with her issues.
The launch of a new Script Club at Griffin highlights just how many plays in the Australian canon are now almost forgotten.
Mike Finch has announced that he will finish up with the company at the end of June.
A cultural entrepreneur has launched an innovative borrowing scheme designed to bring more money into the art market.
Tuesday - it turns out the nation does care about high finance - Making Australia Great finished well.
31 Mar 2015
An exploration into a man’s inner world that will make you laugh, blush and see the details of everyday life like never before.
Handa’s Opera on the Harbour delivers spectacular and splash, but at what compromise?
We scamper across the net to find some odd clips in honour of April 1st, and the fierce rise of Fury Road.
Australia’s only female director of the National Gallery of Australia, Betty Churcher dies at the age of 84.
The spice has gone but the Sugar Film is having a sweet run at the marketplace.
Hannah Gadsby turns the grim and melancholic into something that is highly enjoyable.
How does a small regional town cope when 60 contemporary artists descend upon it for four days? Cementa shows how it is done.
Ivan Aristeguieta leaves audiences with much to think about, and perhaps also with a slight craving for a juicy mango...
A new 1000-seat theatre is expected to have significant flow-on effects for the regional Victorian city’s arts ecology.
Big on sentiment and low on subtlety, Fast & Furious 7 is a romp of a love letter to the series as well as to its fallen star.
A blend of circus, cabaret, vaudeville and burlesque that's not for the faint-hearted or easily offended.
The Australian Copyright Council dispels some of copyright law's greatest myths.
As Arts editor of the Sydney Morning Herald Joel Meares is used to fending off publicists but promoting his own book has reminded him of the skills great publicists cultivate.
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