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The government's plan to compel major online companies to pay the media barons has caused international ructions. But it could be made to work says Tama Leaver in The Conversation.
After four years of taking risks and trusting her instincts backed by passionate documentary makers and a determined staff, Alice Burgin will leave the AIDC.
Designed to be COVID-safe for actors and audiences alike, 'Because the Night' is Malthouse Theatre's major production for 2021.
Under the pressure of the pandemic, Screen Producers Australia has put together a tight, pungent program for its belated 2020 conference.
The latest reduction to the JobKeeper payment is already causing stress, with the scheme due to end completely on 28 March unless the Federal Government acts to extend the subsidy.
Over 100 artists have been announced for the return of the Sangam Festival 2021. Held over four weekends in Melbourne, the program reveals spoken word, music, dance, theatre and more.
Funding news, long awaited Margel Hinder exhibition, art trail celebrates 150 years of Children's Hospital, new dates for MAMMA MIA, and more arts news.
A 22-year old poet stopped the world in its tracks this week, and demonstrated the power of poetry at the US Inauguration.
The AIDC's main pitching competition showcases Asian and South American projects which shift the North-South dialogue in global documentary.
Adapted from a historical romance novel, Netflix’s Bridgerton is a saucy look at sex, gossip and race in Regency London.
At ArtsHub's Visions 2020 conference, cultural safety in the sector for First Nations artists and artists of colour was on the agenda as part of an ongoing discussion about colonisation.
There's an intriguing lineup for the year, which could be given a fine chance to shine if the tentpoles continue to be restricted by the pandemic.
From design festivals to solo exhibitions, we take a look at what the craft and design sector has planned for 2021
Festivals in regional Victoria and the Gold Coast demonstrate their adaptability as the sector adjusts to COVID-safe conditions.
The idea that popular TV is 'bad TV' may be more overt in the UK, but it runs deep even in the Australian screen sector.
The drily titled The Dry is doing remarkable business which could well be leg one of a trifecta.
What can videogames contribute to the climate conversation?
This year is shaping up to be a return of the writers festival as events that were cancelled are all set to comeback in 2021. Fill your arts calendar with these writers’ festivals and literary programs.
Teenage Kicks, Wolfwalkers, and musical YouTube channels: let's take a look at what the team is watching at the start of the year.
Don't let a lack of programming know-how hold you back from developing videogames.
Thinking of starting a small business venture in the midst of a world crisis? ArtsHub speaks with the founders of Aniko Press and Debut Books, who did just that.
The Artistic Directors of major festivals in Perth, Darwin, Brisbane and other mainland capitals only have to satisfy their local stakeholders. Not so for Tasmanian festivals like Mona Foma and Ten Days on the Island.
'Love and Neon' is a dazzling retrospective of eleven films from the master of longing, loneliness and ephemeral ecstasy, says critic Adrian Martin, admitting initial resistance to Wong's charms.
Who's hot in 2021? We asked seven curators to name the visual artists who are on their radar for the year ahead.
Writer Lesley Graham takes a retrospective look at Tasmania's dance sector, highlighting the range of works performed in late 2020 across the state.
2020 showed us all that we can survive, and in some cases thrive. Eight leaders in the arts offer their resolutions for hope for 2021
With a perspective from US theatre, Elsa Hiltner believes now is the time to talk about equity in pay and that it will improve the works produced.
McLachlan was accused of indecent assault in 2014 so the state’s previous laws and tests of consent had to be applied to the case. But what if we judge the case on the basis of professional workplace behaviour?
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A collective of musicians, dancers and writers weave ancient texts, myths and traditions into a recital exploring collective connection to old and new homelands.
Stompin's latest work was originally supposed to be presented in April 2020, and has benefitted from the extra-long development process.
Solid conceptual framing, but does it get lost in festival fever? Artspace focuses on First Nations conversations for Sydney Festival with a curious pairing.
Documenting the rise of the legendary Polynesian record label in 90s' and 00's Aotearoa/NZ against a backdrop of racism, this is an important and entertaining film about culture and identity, says Sonja Hammer.
An enthralling addition to a new canon of films about historical injustice to our First Peoples, writes Sarah Ward.
A riveting piece of contemporary circus that celebrates the group over the heroic individual and explores notions of trust and humanity . Exhilarating!
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