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St Martins has spent nearly 30 years providing and resourcing hands-on performing arts experiences to Victorians aged between 5-25 years.
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20 Oct 2014
Living proof yet again that a generation of young people are seriously suffused with visual media..
A little puppet show asks a big question: how far would we go for true love?
Roslyn Oades' latest work plays like an encyclopaedia of Australian attitudes to ageing.
Peter Greste wrote a speech in prison, delivered on his behalf to the Frontline Club in London. Here it is...
Live art, greater agency for audiences, and one-on-one performances are now commonplace: what next?
Only two arts subjects need to be mandatory according to the recent review of the Australian Curriculum.
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Daily update - an empty weekend, a musical climax, and a salutary, celebratory interview to roll us into the week.
Tickled by a cerebral French moderator, Netflix's Ted Sarandon built a House of Hints about its global and Australian future.
Social circus can assist young people in developing focus, discipline, teamwork skills and self-esteem, say researchers.
Where are the women running Australia's major galleries?
19 Oct 2014
Kammer Ensemble play a version of Schoenberg's contemporary chamber music classic and a diverse range of recent ensemble works.
Regional artists struggle with distance, isolation and limited facilities but their creative output is far from marginal, as the vitality of the Regional Arts Australia Summit demonstrated.
Beautifully written but lacking in drama, Lachlan Philpott's new play tells an intriguing story in an uninteresting way.
17 Oct 2014
Research into Australian attitudes to 3D identifies our audiences as some of the least positive about 3D in the developed world. But at least they like Australian movies more than we think.
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness focuses on the men and method behind Studio Ghibli's movies.
The self-described ‘black sheep' of his music-loving family spoke to ArtsHub about the importance of arts education and the value of culture in our daily lives.
Queensland Gallery of Modern Art and the National Gallery of Australia appoint new directors.
Intimately intense horror with the thrilling impact of personal connection and recognition
A round of applause for sculptor Natalie Guy, author Richard Flanagan, musical theatre performer Josh Robson & Sydney's art scene.
Week two of the new format - daily ratings turn up at the top, while the previous nights slide down the list.
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