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Even the winners have lost

Now that the dust has settled from the latest Australia Council organisations funding round, we can see the implications for…

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A cultural pathway for Adelaide

The excitement of 'Mad March' in Adelaide could last all year with clever activation of the city's infrastructure.

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Adelaide Festival Centre to receive $90 million upgrade

Work will start later this year on increasing access points, technical upgrades, and better integrating the Centre with its riverbank…

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Theatre review: Tommy, Adelaide Festival

Making its world premiere at the Adelaide Festival, this jazz reimagining of The Who’s masterpiece is far from audience-ready.

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Theatre review: Azimut, Adelaide Festival

Named after an astronomical term describing a star’s distance from the viewer, this work is remote but beautiful.

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WA arts after the mining boom

With income from the resource sector declining, what are the implications for arts funding and philanthropy in Western Australia?

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Tasmanian theatre revival bridges pro-am divide

The inaugural Tasmanian Theatre Awards, to be presented later this month, demonstrate the vitality of a sector structurally different from…

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Adelaide Fringe: how big is too big?

A record number of events will be presented at the 2015 Fringe, but Director Greg Clarke has no fears the…

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Shall we dance? Why Opera Australia staged The King and I

Why is a government subsidised company staging a work that falls squarely within the ambit of commercial theatre?

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Is Adelaide on the cusp of something big?

The so-called ‘second tier’ of Adelaide was laid waste during the 1990s but a new generation is reclaiming the territory.

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