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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.
From a fighting nurse and the majesty of rivers to a dynamic duo of New Zealanders, here is some news to gladden our hearts.
Despite remarkable resilience, Australian indie cinemas are desperate for the government to solve a problem caused by the collapse of the international supply chain.
Edmond Tran joins Screenhub bringing more than a decade of experience in screen culture.
Collingwood Yards set to open, Art Month Sydney in swing, proppaNOW survey, Aus Ballet goes digital, Young Writers Fellowship on offer, and top arts news and reviews for the week.
Ten was plucked from the boneyard by CBS two years ago. Now we know that its US owners will connect it to streaming. But Disney gets more powerful as well.
Film Victoria have announced $550k in funding across ten Victorian games through their Assigned Production Investment - Games program.
Mardi Gras goes to Sydney Cricket Ground for safety, two live action series for ABC Kids, and conferences, festivals, opinions and more.
Neither the government nor Facebook has fought quite this kind of battle before. No matter who won, Facebook looked pretty ludicrous as it whacked innocent parties which included the screen sector.
We take a look at 12 recently unveiled public artworks that joined the urban landscape in recent months – some celebrated, some criticised, and others already vandalised.
How do you get your entry to stand out from the crowd? Jane O’Sullivan surveys the prizes to see how you could increase your chances.
He has been described as "the storyteller", blurring the boundaries of performance, photography and text to explore sexuality and identity in his work. We speak with William Yang ahead of his QAGOMA exhibition.
We speak with five arts organisations that have all reached the middle age milestone, to try and glean the lessons for success in a notoriously impermanent sector.
Dancers, actors and artists are turning to TikTok to gain audience reach to promote their practice. We speak with two artists who have successfully adapt their practice for the platform.
If non-disabled artists listen to those with chronic illness and disabilities, we may yet re-build as a kinder, more robust arts industry that is ready for anything and anyone, argues Fleur Kilpatrick.
Sam Cotton's cute 'Ani-mates' won the $15,000 TikTok pilot pitch comp at Screen Forever, but across several panels we heard from creators and execs about how to engage in less than a minute.
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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The real-life story of dog-whisperer Martin McKenna, whose life took him from misery in Limerick to a new life in Nimbin, becomes theatrical gold in this production for audiences aged 12 and up.
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Black Inc’s 'Growing Up' anthologies showcase the first-person experiences of people from a range of marginalised groups. It’s newest offering, Growing Up Disabled in Australia, edited by Carly Findlay fits firmly in the established vein of providing connection.
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