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Change can be irresistible but it is never inevitable, unless it can be anchored by institutions. Hence the Screen Diversity and Inclusion Network.
From pesky foreigner to cultural hero, Bernard Bories has followed his heart and honoured the Australian screen sector. Now the love is official.
New program announcements, annual reports demonstrate the arts matter, 11 million visitors, education initiatives and more in this week's wrap of arts news.
How do you grow an international audience for two larrikins and their daggy backyard humour? Valleyarm MD Mark Ashbridge talks channel management, IP protection and monetisation as we take notes.
Static mainstream as Shoplifters arrives to delight the tragics and One Cut of the Dead opens the Japanese Film Fest in Melbourne and Sydney.
For her outstanding contribution to Australian literature, cultural and intellectual life, Alison Lester has been awarded the Melbourne Prize for Literature 2018.
Elena Ferrante's lush literary adaptation, an Australian documentary streaming service and some deep-digging true crime podcasts. Another eclectic selection from our headquarters.
Social media attack or real concerns? ArtsHub examines this week’s news of BOAA’s alleged financial mismanagement, which has resulted in delayed artist payments.
Surely hi-schmick animation can be done much more quickly and much cheaper! Here is the breaking wave of change, via the Deakin Motion.Lab parked at Screen Forever.
Screen Forever adds a strand to the program about creative duos which focuses (gasp!) on the human stuff behind the puff.
Create NSW Fellowship recipients announced, recipients of Sandra Bates Director’s Award revealed, Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award, and more.
More than two and a half years after its doors were closed a new campaign has been launched to save Sydney’s historic Theatre Royal.
Screen composer and Guild President Caitlin Yeo and filmmaker Robert Connelly honour the mysteries of their linked emotional journeys.
New director of MAAS, new Associate Producers at ILBIJERRI, sudden dismissal of YIRRAMBOI Creative Director, and more.
Moving away from the frenzied 'all or nothing' crowdfunding model, the Australian platform introduces ongoing subscriptions for podcasters, writers and gamers.
The massive star of the show, a 2000 pound and 20 foot high puppet, gets rave reviews, the songs and story less so.
Theatre-maker Steven Mitchell Wright and dancer Ngioka Bunda-Heath discuss their respective decisions to leave Brisbane and embrace Melbourne as their new base of operations.
The arts in Australia are at risk of being cast adrift from culture and the diverse social and artistic values and visions that comprise it.
Whether it’s gongs, mantras, new age music, or a sound bath, there’s a growing awareness of the importance of music and sound in self-healing.
Fight directors coordinate fight scenes in theatre, and choreographers assist with movement sequences. Why shouldn't sex scenes also be carefully blocked and defined?
Jonathan Jones’ Artstate keynote talk offered fresh pathways forward in our complex colonial conversation.
An international panel at the Sydney Sculpture Symposium asked whether our education system is failing sculpture.
In the lead up to the Victorian state election on 24 November, the Shadow Minister for the Arts and Culture puts forward her vision for growing the state’s creative industries.
Theatre-maker Jim Lawson calls on the Board of Regional Arts Australia to be ambitious in seeking a significant increase in funding, not just a return to previous funding levels.
Evidence suggests that the dramatic portrayal of suicide can impact on vulnerable audiences, including contributing to increases in copy-cat incidents and a reduction in help-seeking behaviour.
Plagiarism, disrespect, or just plain lazy? The National Gallery of Victoria faces heat over the title of its latest Indigenous collection show.
Young women and girls who may want to be actors will be watching the Nationwide News v. Geoffrey Rush court case unfolding. What is it teaching them about their value in our industry?
Important questions about ambition and fairness are being asked as part of the review of the Major Performing Arts Framework. It's vital that all artists and arts workers have their say.
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An experience that is quite different to the previous two Star Wars exhibitions at the Powerhouse.
Opening night was musically magnificent thanks to a talented local cast bolstered by two splendid German imports and Orchestra Victoria, filling the State Theatre pit’s expanded Wagnerian configuration.
Playing at Belvoir, this new production of Strindberg’s 1900 classic play, is an increasingly macabre waltz steeped in the chant and repetitions of sacrificial slaughter.
Lixsania and the Labyrinth blazes a maverick path, fusing baroque virtuosity with zealous lusty physicality of contemporary Tango, twisting expectations.
Queensland Ballet’s contemporary season of Bespoke at Brisbane’s Powerhouse delivers a highly energetic outstanding production. A quintessential narrative of modern culture through dance – it's exceptional.
If you’re looking for a great night out at the theatre, a chance to laugh, and a peek back into the 1970s, then these shows are for you.
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