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After 22 years at the helm, taking the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia from near insolvency to international acclaim, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor is stepping down. Why?
Sculpture by Sea needs help, life drawing on opera stage, WA's Fringe World outcome, QSO goes bush to perform, La Mama's Banksia Festival, and more arts news.
Applications are now open for a $500,000 grant round as part of the Indigenous Contemporary Music Program aimed to support Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander musicians.
Distribution companies which used to rely on cinemas have been building ways of putting a tiny bit of icing on the cake by setting up camp in streamerland.
Running 11-14 March, the festival curated by Tony Briggs will host 22 films and three panels of Indigenous films and filmmakers.
While we watch the Feds and Netflix size each other up, the pan-global streamer is behaving differently in other territories. Take India for instance.
Named one of the world's most important documentary filmmakers, Gibney spoke at AIDC this week and shared the techniques and ethics behind his factual storytelling.
For the documentary community, The Australian Dream is more than a fine picture suffused with controlled rage from Stan Grant. It demonstrates how images, empathy and clear rhetoric can create a national conversation.
No dosh at all for less than a $1m budget. There goes the feature documentary sector, even as conventional TV is pumped up.
The shortlist for the 2021 Kat Muscat Fellowship is comprised of a diverse group of writers whose work explores trans’ lives, refugee experiences and neurodiversity, among other themes.
Queensland Music Awards announces new Innovation Award, NSW Musical Theatre Fellowship seeks applicants, Photo 2021 Perimeter prizewinner announced, and more.
Local films are dribbling away, sadly, though there is not much competition.
A TV adaptation of 'Ladies in Black', a new feature film for Khoa Do, and a 12-part feminist political TV drama set in 2045 are among the projects being developed.
The Australian entertainment industry is in shock following the unexpected death of Michael Gudinski at his Melbourne home on Monday night.
Gogglebox? Dragon's Den? Naked Attraction? What kind of loon thinks of these things? His name is Tim Harcourt and he revealed himself in a session at AIDC.
Principal artists retire from The Australian Ballet, Queensland Symphony Orchestra appoints new Principal Conductor and Artistic Adviser, and more.
Dr Seuss’s work contains racism and xenophobia, but should we judge him by today’s standards?
Actors discover muscle memory propelling them across the stage after 49 weeks off, and also discuss the impact of J.K. Rowling’s transphobia on the Harry Potter brand.
Surfers, scientists and activists shine in these terrific films about Australian women. Be inspired, challenged and informed while you look forward to a time when we don't need a Women's Day.
While COVID brought us new conversations around digital pivots and hybrid working models, the real future normal is how to work more sustainably as organisations. A panel of experts at Pause Festival tell us how.
Christopher Hodges was one of the first Australian art dealers to represent and champion contemporary Aboriginal artists. Here, he reflects on a seminal moment in First Nations art history and a new exhibition he has curated to celebrate the landmark event.
Anton Andreacchio and Dr Lewis Mitchell sat down at Screen Forever to discuss the role of data in screen production, and whether robots will replace us all.
Western Australia's impending election is an opportunity to re-examine the status quo and re-invent the future trajectory of the state's arts sector, argues Shelagh Magadza.
What should we take with us from COVID? In a year when everything changed, Shantel Wetherall looks at how we could embrace another major shift in our thinking, akin to that needed to engage effectively with the global climate emergency.
When Facebook pulled the plug on 'news' in Australia last week, Koraly Dimitriadis saw it as the end of a long game for the social media giant, which has long been destroying journalism in Australia.
Who thought of this? The ALP's opportunity to comment on huge changes in sector regulation turns into a fireside chat about favourite films.
Close research by academics reveals the violence depicted is uncomfortably close to the truth.
Celebrating the film's 25th anniversary and cinema re-release, Mel Campbell writes a love letter to the iconic movie that makes her feel young and old all at once.
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Yirra Yaakin’s The Sum of Us is a tale of a strong family bond, ageing, queerness and the dance we all do when searching for love.
Speculations on the future, and our complicity in it, are at the heart of these four exhibitions feature at Adelaide Festival 2021.
Fast-paced, high-stakes interactive improvisation, featuring audience volunteers, as slickly delivered live-stream directed work.
Australia’s first major international exhibition since border closures began, Botticelli to Van Gogh is impressive.
The BBQ is lit, the vodka is poured... it's time to party like it's 1988… or is it?
This is a power-packed psychological opera squeezed into just 60-minutes, and manages to strike a contemporary #MeToo chord and questions of gender-based agency.
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