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Love triangles, aliens, and twisted fairytales – they’re all in La Boite’s new season.
Mad about 20th century Design? Shapiro’s Sydney auction is perfectly timed for that unique gift for the holiday season.
A generous donor has donated $500,000 and bequeathed an additional $5 million and a collection of Dutch Old Masters.
Artists and organisations take their shows on the road thanks to the latest round of Arts Victoria funding.
The five day festival's winning streak continues
Five new towns will participate in an initiative which to date has engaged over 70 artists and 10,000 audience members.
A brand new exciting musical by Gimblett and Coombs based on Oscar Wilde’s very moral story for children.
Public acknowledgment of artists is uneven, unpredictable and uncertain and often only happens with they die.
Loneliness,betrayal and regret are all themes in this hard hitting drama.
The dusk til dawn event returns in expanded form in 2014, with 11 all-night precincts featuring bands, projections and tattoo art.
Australia Council for the Arts has announced three new initiatives that will better integrate and help artists with disabilities.
After a long battle with illness, founder of OZ magazine and the Yellow House, artist Martin Sharp dies at 71 in his Sydney home.
Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and Melbourne’s Midsumma have revealed their festival line-ups for 2014.
Cyclists in Adelaide have a more interesting destination than the traditional latte stop.
As Australian-Indonesian relationship at a diplomatic low, this new exhibition looks at Bali beyond the beaches.
Australia’s oldest art school has partnered with advertising giant Saatchi & Saatchi to enter the Twittersphere.
The tale of a man and his many, many offspring is one that writer/director Ken Scott knows a thing or two about.
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