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While the 11th Sydney Fringe has been cancelled, an alliance with international Fringe Festivals will ensure important independent works can still be seen digitally by Sydney audiences.
Like other Guild groups, the Australian Directors Guild has surveyed its members to find realistic figures about unemployment to pitch against the government's fantasies. Here they are.
An interview with the award-winning filmmaker about his very personal project. Part cooking show, documentary series and performance art, it defies genres.
A coal town boy with an eye for art, Frank Watters left an amazing legacy on the landscape of Australian art, and will be remembered for his passion for a good conversation.
Within days of the NSW Government announcing a lifeline of $50 million to arts company, a scathing account accuses rampant pork-barrelling across Regional Arts Funding, under former Minister Don Harwin.
Co-Artistic Director appointed at Darlinghurst Theatre Company, Slingsby’s Chair steps down, and more.
SBS keeps doing inventive and lean under the policy radar but the pandemic will force it to confront an ugly finance problem in public.
The replacement for Melbourne Festival and White Night, to be known as RISING, is seeking proposals for new work from artists, artistic collectives and companies for the inaugural festival in 2021.
Art Gallery of NSW set to reopen, Merrigong Theatre Company announces $40,000 in new opportunities and funding, $10,000 Windmill Trust Scholarship now open, plus more news.
A quiet week as cinemas look forward and hold breath. First peek at Dirt Music and production protocols for the new world.
The virus-inspired Pivot melts into all the other Pivots deployed by state agencies to reflect the mega-Pivots around broadband. So change is piling on change.
The free, confidential 24/7 helpline will provide sector-wide support for the next 12 months in order to help address the mental health challenges of COVID-19.
COVID-19 shut down the world. Now restrictions are loosening, how will cinemas bounce back?
$1.3m in funds to regional WA arts organisations, TAFE NSW graduate wins coveted fashion prize, Patrick White Playwright Fellowship announced, Miles Franklin longlist, plus more news.
Developing the right protocols are the key to enticing producers to production centres here and around the world.
Producer Belinda Dean and writer Emily Dash talk about their Digital Originals project and developing a character who happens to live with disability.
Designers for the screen can have an anxious but ultimately satisfying time. This is what it looks like from the inside.
As Executive Director of Sydney Living Museums and NSW State Archives and Records, Adam Lindsay oversees 12 organisations. We talk to him about leadership in crisis and finding your mojo in the digital pivot.
The Australian String Quartet's second violinist says she's never enjoyed practicing more.
See-Saw has some sort of magic juice which keeps it getting better and better. It turns out to be made of idealism, common sense, good people choices and the pleasure of running a company.
Inspiration comes in many forms and for street artists, the Coronavirus has delivered a wealth of material, allowing them to respond to the pandemic with humour and kindness.
Moving swiftly and seamlessly, Sydney and Yarra Valley Writers festivals have gracefully pivoted their programs online.
The Victorian Opposition is calling for the creation of a $50 million Creative Industries Restoration Fund. Shadow Minister for the Arts, the Hon David Davis MP, explains more.
There is plenty of evidence that highlights the crucial role of the arts in the economy so Esther Anatolitis wants to know why aren't our government's listening?
How Donna Ward re-discovered the secret of all things from unexpected friends.
Technology has kept many connected during the pandemic, but there are still barriers when it comes to how accessible these platforms are for people with disability.
The small magazines and literary journals often give many new writers from diverse backgrounds their first publication and create a 'vital discourse' that larger media outlets ignore.
Acting classes have had to evolve because of COVID-19, resulting in some remarkably liberated performers.
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In these times of compulsory virus lock-down, performing arts companies across the globe have hit the airways and social media.
Vicky Jones and Phoebe Waller-Bridge's mysterious rom-com explores fantasies of reinvention and escape.
A small-L liberal, Turnbull was unable to handle the right wing of his party.
A lyrical and fiery collection of poetry and prose by Australia’s leading First Nations writers.
Marking Time presents a multifaceted digital exhibition that explores a diverse range of Indigenous artworks from the NGV collection.
Australian writer-creator Tony McNamara delivers a bingeable historical farce that will delight fans of 'The Favourite'.
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