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2021 Poetry Month
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New month-long program bins outdated perceptions about poetry

The inaugural 2021 Poetry Month takes to social media and international exchange to update poetry's pedestrian acceptance as vital, diverse…

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Opportunities and Awards Wrap

Call outs for Australia’s largest sci-fi writing prize, regional NSW scholarship, and young curators program. Winners announced for Melbourne Art…

Sky Light, Robin Fox, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2016. Image by Max Milne.
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Melbourne Fringe announces new $100k annual opportunity

The Melbourne Civic Commission is offering independent artists $100K to help bring one huge, ground-breaking artwork idea to life for…

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How museums could light up and display more of the world’s precious objects for longer

Emrah Baki Ulas explores how new advances in lighting technology can improve museum displays for visitors while also addressing preservation.

a group of classical musicans on stage and an audio engineer recording their concert
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Digital performing arts – not just for COVID, but the future

Live arts from home seems like a sugar hit for the times, but evidence shows we’re signing up for longer…

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Theatre Review: Here, There and Everywhere, Bearfoot Theatre, Newcastle (NSW)

An innovative company continuing to break the fourth wall in theatre with their latest show.

Memory Box is screening at Sydney Film Festival 2021
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Sydney Film Festival announces new 2021 dates in light of ongoing lockdown

Sydney Film Festival has pushed its 2021 event to the far end of the year in response to ongoing COVID…

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Neilson Foundation’s $3M gift will support Bell Shakespeare’s flexible new studio

The donation is the largest single gift Bell Shakespeare has received in its 31 year history.

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