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What does the future of cinema look and feel like for filmmakers and audiences?
A true-blue exploration of contemporary Australian anxieties filtered through the lens of circus arts.
From donated works to student and staff funded acquisitions, the La Trobe University collections are a fascinating snapshot of 50 years of Australian art.
The dissolution of East Germany through the eyes of its outcasts.
A fabulous night for the ABC as it confronts the horrors of aged care exploitation.
The inaugural Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund recognises the unique value of travel in the development of new writing and literary careers.
A national Talent Camp targets diverse budding NSW creatives who want a career in screen, so practice your elevator pitch to be in the running.
Up to $50,000 funding for projects and events available, plus an inner city tenancy at Paddington Town Hall.
Facing a 50% cut in its budget, and its operations in jeopardy, a regional community has fought against big government to hold its place.
Copyright merger, new Bonhams director and Australia Museum gets a change at the top.
As thrilling as they are for audiences, Australia’s musical theatre scene is dominated by productions honed on the West End and Broadway.
For artists focussed on inner-city audiences, the idea of touring regionally can be confronting. But are audiences any different outside the capitals?
Sorting out your superannuation is not as overwhelming as it seems.
The 2017-18 arts budget is targeted towards capital works and festivals, with no new money for individual artists and small-to-medium arts organisations.
Fifty times the Writers Guild has conducted its annual awards competition. That is more than a working lifetime.
We salute Melbourne artist and filmmaker Tony Woods, who died unexpectedly last week.
A new temporary public pavilion is built to perform.
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From learning how to deal with work stress in a productive way to the inner workings of collaboration – costume students learn it
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The risk of death is outweighed by the joy brought to kids for stencil artist Luke Cornish, who is preparing for his third trip to Syria.
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