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23 Jul 2014
In vignettes set within a quaint countryside community, a plethora of parallels are drawn between horse and human.
The $2m privately financed production is currently shooting in the Hunter Valley.
Neck and neck for Seven and Nine, as ABC dribbles away and SBS continues to cycle for glory.
The Production Company gives us an unimaginative but enjoyable rendition of a hardy toe-tapper.
The Packer Family Foundation and Crown Resorts Foundation have jointly announced a new National Philanthropic Fund.
A new position overseeing both Melbourne and Sydney spaces has been established for the prominent Australian gallery.
A different take on Queensland's beaches to tour internationally, one presenting an alternate story of indigenous Australia.
22 Jul 2014
Sex With Strangers is a play you can see with your parents.
An act of intervention casts the world into perpetual cold with the sole method of survival being remaining on a circling train.
Parallel survey exhibitions raise questions on collaboration, materiality and the role of the curator.
$535,000, 18 projects, 8 new and 10 repeats, set around the world and across the range of genres.
Contrary to popular belief, trend forecasting isn’t simply a matter of leading industry lights, sitting around going, ‘What shall we do next year?’ It is a discipline that is essential to the business of design.
Melbourne’s art scene will be given a boost as new winners of its Art Trams program are announced.
The five-year, $2.5-million-dollar partnership has the support of the philanthropic wing of global entertainment group Crown.
A new production of The Importance of Being Earnest is set to delight audiences all over again.
How different is circulating a 3D digital scan of a vagina from displaying a 17th Century Shunga print? Japan's obscenity inconsistency sent a contemporary artist to jail this week while graphic traditional prints are welcome in galleries and valued on the the art market.
Christian Capurro’s new phone-video projection tips a hat to the minimalist light artist Dan Flavin, in an exhibition at ACCA.
Former Asialink director, Alison Carroll, walks us through Asian art in a new series screened on ABC1 that targets schools.
A celebration of performance and place marks 35 years of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus.
21 Jul 2014
The socially conservative past is met by a radical future in Elbow Room’s production of The Motion of Light in Water.
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