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Opinions & Analysis

Arts funding that honours artists rather than neoliberal markets

What the sector needs are separate funding streams for emerging and established artists that evaluate financial acquittals rather than applications.

'How Do I Let You Die?' by Michele Lee, performed at Arts House featuring Alice Qin. Photo: Sarah Walker.

Theatre review: How Do I Let You Die?, Arts House

Michele Lee’s autobiographical tale of Hmong parents, death and ghosts raises intriguing questions, which resonate with the migrant experience.

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10 Australian arts podcasts for inspirational listening

These 10 podcasts deliver the latest arts news and examine the lives and works of some of Australia's inspirational artists.

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Book review: The Flirtation of Girls/Ghazal el-Banat, Sara M Saleh

A debut collection of poetry navigating the lives of Arab-Australian Muslim women.

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Performing Lines Sector Day 2023

The annual conversation and discussion day for Tasmania-based creatives explored key initiatives and issues, while also welcoming new creatives to…

The Seagull. A young man with a bloodied bandage on his head sits with his legs drawn up to him and is embraced by an older woman in a black jumper.

Theatre review: The Seagull, Roslyn Packer Theatre

A contemporary version of Chekhov's famous play shows 'The Seagull' has lost none of its relevance.

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Exhibition review: Louise Bourgeois, Art Gallery of NSW

The largest exhibition of Louise Bourgeois' work ever seen in Australia.

Deep inside my heart. Image is a bronze figure bending right over from the waist and holding their feet. There are beads all around their feet. Elsewhere in the gallery space are plinths with sculptures on them and art works on the walls.

Exhibition review: Deep inside my heart, NGA

The NGA's collection show has oomph and demonstrates the importance of collecting lineages.

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Creative Exchange podcast series launched

Providing deeper explorations of the topics raised in the Creative Exchange webinars, the associated podcast series has now launched.

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Theatre review: Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, fortyfivedownstairs

A night of queer spectacle jam-packed with laughs and all things camp.

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