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30 Jan 2015
A strange week as the little people are re-institutionalised and the world returns to the adults. The multiplexes wait...
The AACTA Awards are an artifice that is supposed to pay off in the living rooms of the nation. What did it look like on the teev?
Australia loses a great artist - a great innovator - a giant of his time.
In the loop with the latest arts news? Take this week's Friday quiz and be in the draw to win a double pass to Still Alice starring Julianne Moore.
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The loss of a major poetry event is a blow in the battle for poetry in public spaces. We look at what works and why.
Australia's prestigious prize exhibition for religious art closes this weekend, perhaps for the last time unless a major sponsor comes to the table.
AusCo recognises the professional development opportunity of Venice Biennale, sending our top emerging curatorial talents over.
Performing Arts Centres have more resources than anyone else in the arts sector, but their buildings are becoming less important to what they do.
It’s a family not an industry; that was the feeling last night at the AACTAs.
Here’s our latest profile of the top South Australian regions for all things art.
Stay tuned for our final series wrap of NT, ACT and TAS.
29 Jan 2015
Labor is promising a review, the LNP cultural infrastructure money. But will the Queensland result make any real difference to the arts sector?
From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money: ArtStart, SMFACA Ceramic Award, National Architecture Awards and more.
E-books are cheaper and convenient but the number of print books sold continues to rise revealing our complex reasons for buying books.
Looks like a quiet year for the Australians at Sundance, though audiences were said to be supportive.
VIC Literary Awards, the AACTAs, and a family of painters are this week’s winners.
Passion rather than insight drives this fan-oriented, surface-level tribute to a short-lived music movement.
Applications open soon for the 2015 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award, the richest ceramic award in Australia.
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize will celebrate 15 years in 2015 and applications to enter open soon.
Australian photographers rejoice, as one of the nation’s biggest photography prizes readies for 2015 submissions.
With announcements out for some of the richest Art prizes in the country, are there other benefits of an Art prize apart from the money?
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