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Peter Gelb Stages a Worthy Debut at the Metropolitan Opera

Major cultural institutions are not noted for their agility with change. Board structures, subscribers’ tastes, administrative ballast, and the sheer…

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Holding the Man: from Book to Play and Beyond

ARTS HUB AUSTRALIA — David Berthold tells Arts Hub how he and playwright Tommy Murphy helped bring Timothy Conigrave's 1995…

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Rupert Myer - Art teacher as hero

Arts patron, philanthropist and Chairman of the National Gallery of Australia, Rupert Myer recently opened an exhibition at Melbourne Grammar.…

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One way to a paid gig: become a musical director

Life as a musician: creatively satisfying but itinerant, underpaid and only lucrative for the lucky few? That's certainly the cliché…

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Second Front: Performance Art in Second Life

Second Front is a groundbreaking performance art collective who meet, rehearse and create work in the popular online virtual universe,…

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Why are Swedish bands so great?

ARTS HUB UK — The Knife, The Sounds, Soundtrack of Our Lives, Jose Gonzalez, Crazy Frog, the list goes on.…

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A degree of talent: studying for a life in the theatre

Flicking through American Theatre magazine, one’s eye is assaulted with a glossy panoply of advertisements for various theatre degrees. One…

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Trip report: The Future of Electronic Literature Symposium

"Electronic Literature? Is that like e-books?" you ask. Well, yes and no — in a sense, electronic writing has been…

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Why I chose suburbia instead of bohemia

To be an artist do you really have to starve? Ralph Grayden tells us about his own experiences juggling art…

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Art and the Desert: Welcome to Dubai

Gordon Finlayson takes us on a journey to the rapidly growing arts scene in the United Arab Emirates in the…

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