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08 Jul 2015
Get your creative juices flowing when you write a business plan. It doesn't matter if they leave stains.
07 Jul 2015
The festival of independent theatre remains a key element of the company’s programming says Brett Sheehy.
Post-Budget anxiety has thrown up a sense of division between majors and the small-to-medium sector. In an age of uncertainty how do we get more joined-up thinking that acknowledges the symbiotic relationship between them?
Geoff Brown was a titan of the Screen Producers' Association of Australia for a decade, and left only as his health deteriorated in a long illness.
The echoes and influences of David Bowie continue to reverberate through popular culture. With an exhibition of Bowie memorabilia soon to open at ACMI, we look at how his legacy has affected contemporary music.
The mystery is solved! The new head of the Australian Film Television and Radio School is Neil Peplow.
First-time filmmaker David Thorpe uses his dislike of the sound of his voice to explore perception, prejudice and sexuality.
The sheer joy and vivacity of the performers is obvious from the opening moments.
Fans of jazz and blues, and devotees of the experimental arts, are catered for in this week's announcements.
06 Jul 2015
Last week's empty chair been filled without drama, leaving the same captain navigating the stormy seas between the Minister's office and the Australia Council.
The Netflix DeathStar echoed with screams over the July 4 weekend, as old shows were pulled from the catalogue - including some from Australia
QAGOMA is the latest Australian gallery to run into problems over Indian antiquities in the international provenance debate.
This week's appointments and resignations include movement at Ten Days, spaced, STC, La Boite & ScreenWest.
Part theatre, part ritual, this work by British company Reckless Sleepers is a fascinating and moving meditation on death and legacy.
A new public sculpture will make a fairy-tale journey out of an ordinary commute on Melbourne’s Peninsula Link freeway.
This moody Scandinavian crime mystery proves typical in the best way possible.
The Voice carries all before it. ABC holds up, as Australian Story profiles Gina Hancock in her own words.
From emerging playwrights to pavilions on the world stage and new design, Australian talent is recognised across sectors.
The current government's arts policy makes about as much sense as the plot of most major musicals.
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As artists confront the 2015 Budget cuts to the Australia Council, looking at the history of arts funding controversies can help us navigate forward.
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