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VIDEO: Sydney Ball knows both sides of the risk equation – success and failure. With a new show opening at aged of 83, he imparts lesson on resilience.
Last night’s Budget, which failed to address years of cuts to the arts, has prompted an election promise from the Shadow Arts Minister.
For the arts, the 2016-17 budget is steady as she goes: it neither inflicts major damage nor helps heal the damage done in previous years.
A third of Australians don't align themselves with religion when they are alive so there's a big market for an alternative at death.
Forget Eurovision - four Australian museums are contending in the Museum Dance Off, which shows staffers are not as stiff as the taxidermy specimens.
Regional tours, casting announcements, new exhibitions, festival sneak peeks and more.
Tenders are sought for a new scheme which would see unsold tickets to cultural events sold for as little as $10 to high school students.
On the eve of the 2016 Budget, the winners of Catalyst funding taken from the Australia Council a year ago are finally announced.
French authorities simulated a terrorist attack on the Cannes Film Festival. Of course they filmed it.
Robert Greenberg was a writer and teacher, mostly in children's television. HIs death defies comprehension.
The award-winning composer and Bangarra artist in residence has died suddenly aged 55.
A new app helps festival performers, producers and creators avoid the time-suck of development logistics to focus on making great work.
Brand, innovation, risk, and legacy are the real contributors to record-breaking audiences numbers in our galleries.
The Australian circus community is in mourning following the death of clown, rigger and friend Derek Ives on Thursday.
This year’s winner of the $80K Bulgari Art Award, artist Jude Rae champions the importance of slow painting in our digital age.
A new board for Music Tasmania, MAAS gets a new Senior Curator, James Brown t becomes Head of Circus Studies at NICA, and two Associate Directors join Melbourne Theatre Company this week.
Continuing school and touring arts programs in Queensland are in doubt as a key organisation goes into voluntary administration.
‘Efficiency dividends’ have sliced so much from our major cultural institutions they can't provide proper access to cultural heritage.
More than $55,000 in funding has been invested in profile-building for SA artists at the world’s largest arts festival.
Despite finding the Australian landscape like a can of flat beer, Inge King made sculptures that sat beautifully in conversation with it.
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