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03 Aug 2015
From architects to violists, we gather this week's appointments and resignations in the arts.
Sydney Fringe, a film noir musical, and artworks inspired by Shakespeare are among this week's announcements.
Gaspar Noé's latest film addresses copulation and connection on screen, but never feels like more than act of self gratification.
Comedian Amy Schumer's first big screen starring role is big on humour, and on rom-com formula.
Glorious Thing Theatre Company present four short plays by Samuel Beckett.
In the latest instalment of our spotlight series, a handful of Australia's most sought after commercial illustrators reveal what it takes to make a career out of doing what you love.
Behind cocktails and canapes there was a fiery exchange at the Helpmann Awards this week.
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Countless arts projects in Australia-Asia arts projects falter over different understanding of time.
31 Jul 2015
The Melbourne International Film Festival launches immediately into deep stuff and defiant purity. Paul Cox takes the screen.
Both men and women can benefit from an acceptance of the value of life outside work.
Join us each week for a trip around the Australia metropolitan arts scene, as our capital cities show us their best side.
Bowie fever has brought androgyny's appeal back to centre stage but in the cabaret tradition there are ways to mess with gender that don't depend on binding your breasts.
30 Jul 2015
Film producers know the exhibition landscape is getting steadily worse. Screen Australia collates the figures to show why.
Photographer Darrin Zammit-Lupi is bringing his politically charged work with asylum seekers to the Ballarat Foto Biennale.
Both a personal portrait and a picture of marriage in microcosm, this is a tale about the complexity of love and life long-term.
A near nude Mona Lisa and the finest selection of Dutch and Flemmish works ever to come to Australia are among the highlights of the Hermitage Exhibition opening at the National Gallery fo Victoria.
Toronto, Venice.. Australian films hit the wide, open road.
Tired of performance art? APT8 moves beyond the recent hype surrounding performance art and turns to the region for historical context and a sexy edge.
There’s something more shocking than a hint of stocking in this otherwise note-perfect nautical romp.
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