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Back to Back’s loss is the sector’s gain as Alice Nash joins the Australia Council, plus other arts appointments.
Series Mania, running in Lille at the end of March, lines Australian series up against the world.
Artists do their bit for bushfires, Opera Australia to present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella,iconic street art festival returns to Benalla, plus more arts news.
A latish addition to the AIDC international guest list is Myleete Aga, the director of content for Southeast Asia and Australia. She will be a key part of the market strand.
The documentary filmmaker behind 'Gayby Baby' and 'In My Blood it Runs' explains a truly collaborative and consultative approach with big impacts in mind.
The Reuters Institute annual survey on digital news covers covers 75,000 news users in 38 countries who were polled in January 2019.
What does poetry look like in an algorithm-dominated world? The Library of Non-Human Books is attempting to answer that question.
The Craft and Design sectors offer an incredibly dynamic and viable contemporary program of exhibitions, talks, prizes and workshops in 2020. Plan your year with our calendar.
Voice your version of the truth in a new global photographic project coming to Melbourne.
The Australia Council’s latest research shows arts experiences are a key driver for tourism, particularly to regional Australia.
NLA Publishing is set to reduce the number of titles published.
The Australian Visual Artists’ Benevolent Fund has been around for about 30 years, and yet while the need to help artists in times of crisis remains, funds have dwindled.
Sydney Dance Company and Bangarra announce new program for pre-professional dancers, Matilda Awards dominated by one theatre company, Green Room Award nominations announced, and more.
How would you describe home? A new AR project through RMIT is looking for rare and untranslateable words about place and belonging
A wide-ranging report into the future of PWA has recommended it merge with Australian Plays and create a new entity dedicated to the support and development of Australian plays and playwrights.
Indy producers are copping a belting in the UK, and research shows you how.
Part of shifting the philanthropy landscape in Australia, is shifting perceptions. We take a look at a recent report that confirms giving is on the rise, but so is competition with the broader not-for-profit sector.
Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance has moved its performance program outdoors and abolished ticket charges in order to reach audiences who don’t usually attend contemporary dance.
A new benchmark for storytelling finds a fresh balance between multiple voices, where both analogue and tech-driven viewing experiences aim for the authentic, rather than an authoritative tone.
A new podcast evokes the history of the Australian Gothic through a series of audio stories told by respected Australian storytellers.
Transformation and conversation unites Perth Festival's visual arts program, as curator Gemma Weston takes the reins to further strengthen the role of the visual arts in festival programming.
In this column, our office shares what they've been watching and listening to, from classics, to blockbusters, to off-the-wall favourites.
There is now no government department with ‘arts’ in the title. Our political vanishing act should be a wakeup call for renewal as well as legitimate anger.
Is the recent Hosier Lane attack vandalism or street art? You told us that it ranged from 'exactly what was required' to 'completely ephemeral'.
As a literary journalist and critic, Thuy On was surprised to find she was compelled to write a book of poetry inspired by one of the more difficult periods of her life.
With their Paying the Artist policy, Ireland has a new groundbreaking approach that Australia could learn from, according to Esther Anatolitis.
Artist Andrew Bairn tells hist story of knocking on the doors of the artistic establishment based on an extract from We Are Here: Stories of Home, Place & Belonging, which featured stories from people who've experienced homelessness.
By combining Nielsen and Oztam figures in January, we encounter the resilience of old-timey television.
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Despite a strong cast, the emotional resonance of Winton’s epic story is buried in the bluster.
Broadway fantasy meets wartime socialist activism to mixed success.
A joyful and irreverent night of queer and Asian comedy.
Shechter’s no-holds-barred style is brought to life in brilliant fashion by an all-Australian cast.
A dance work of epic proportions, Stephanie Lake's Colossus is performed with wonderful sensitivity and precision.
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