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Outsiders invited to skill up for crewing jobs in Victoria

Set Educated is a new series of workshops designed to prepare up to 400 Victorians to enter the screen industry.

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Celebrating Goddesses of screen culture through fashion and glam

Female screen icons and local women leaders gathered at the red carpet opening of ACMI’s 'Goddess: Power, Glamour, Rebellion'.

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Features

The art of balding: a brief history of hairless men

From images by the Ancient Egyptians to TV tropes, writer Glen Jankowski takes a look at the 'art' of balding.

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International Women's Day events

A range of International Women's Day events across the arts sector highlighting intersectionality and celebrating women's achievement.

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Australian collection hits 4 million items

Hitting a significant milestone in acquisitions, the National Film and Sound Archive is a living resource for Australian culture.

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Why capitalism isn’t paying for creative labour

In a recent panel at ACMI, the authors of Chokepoint Capitalism shared insights on why ‘art is making more money…

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City of Sydney Creative Studios ​

Check out the City of Sydney’s new state-of-the-art production and rehearsal space in the heart of Sydney.

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27 famous kisses in art, ahead of Valentine's Day

We take a walk through history and remember the most famous kisses on screen and in our galleries.

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Drama school isn’t just about actor training: it’s building foundations for life

The National Theatre Drama School’s Foundation in Acting course provides a solid grounding in acting, script analysis and theatre-making over…

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Shadow Arts Minister says Revive falls a long way short

Shadow Minister for the Arts, Paul Fletcher says Revive offers 'not much new, and not much new money.'

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