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05 Aug 2015
The first of five public hearings into the impact of the 2014 and 2015 budgets on the arts is underway.
A clever caricature of the trials, tribulations and frivolities of office life.
An intriguing exploration of our image obsessed culture.
Arts philanthropist Judith Neilson is set to expand her Sydney footprint with a new art centre that gets the "green light" from council.
Opportunities for composers, poets, and sculptures ahead as an array of grants are announced.
Australians in Film Opens Applications for the 2016 Village Roadshow & Animal Logic Internship.
An energetic look inside the Middle East's first-ever all-female rally-racing team, told with enthusiasm and affection.
After a generous donation, Melbourne Museum's Children's Gallery will be reinvigorated and relaunched as the Pauline Gandel Children’s Gallery in 2016.
A scan around our state art galleries reveals a continued embrace and celebration of partnerships with South and Southeast Asia's cultural organisations.
04 Aug 2015
OzDocs explores documentary ethics and puts the lot on Youtube, creating a kind of documentary in itself.
A top-up of promised funds will help bolster resources to nearly 80 Indigenous-owned arts centres and art service organisations.
There's nothing like a good legal stoush to get the suits in a slow motion frenzy, and Nine has made Seven's year with its (alleged) twice cooked show.
Conflict, contemplation and even comedy springs from this thoughtful, tense and tender examination of budding femininity.
The 2015 program features increased opportunities for conversation and engagement, as well as the chance to reflect on the Festival's history and influence.
Despite the spectacle, Rufus Norris's Everyman is a bit too everyday.
Conductor, composer and violist Brett Dean will be Artist in Residence at the Sydney Symphony for three years from 2016.
The Energies in the Arts and Civic Actions conferences bring participants together to interrogate practices & ideas.
From architects to orchestras, we gather this week's appointments and resignations in the arts.
A sneak peak at Sydney Festival, a film noir musical, and artworks inspired by Shakespeare are among this week's announcements.
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