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Sleepless Summer endeavours to rally support for democracy protests with works from Australian and Hong Kong artists.
Disney has announced a new streaming platform, Disney+, and Australia will be one of its first customers.
The restructure at the regional arts organisation claims to create more opportunities in regional centres and increase diversity but is it defunding of the state's arts by stealth?
An artist has pulled her show out of the Melbourne Fringe Festival after offending members of the Asian Australian community.
The Sydney Theatre Company’s The Harp in the South sweeps up the big prizes in the Australian Writers Guild awards.
Revisiting Beethoven's masterpieces, new work from Mike Parr; networking for women and finding the value public art.
From 2019/2020, the goal is to have women make up 50% of directors, writers and producers on projects that receive Screen Australia funding.
Industry fears for future of Australian writing, as national infrastructure is cut back again.
Finalists announced for 2019 Lester Prize, Ned Kelly Awards shortlist, Inaugural First Nations Fellowship, plus latest news in prizes and awards.
Croser will take on a 3-year contract as Chief Executive at SA Film Corp, at an exciting time for the state's screen industries.
Under the new Fair Play initiative, leading Victorian arts organisations will be working to make the industry more inclusive.
AWM Director to leave, new Chair for WA Chamber of Arts and Culture, TarraWarra announces new appointments, and more jobs.
In some funding good news, QPAC's First Nations programming encourages the creation of more Indigenous productions and storytelling.
MIFF Critics Campus coordinator Luke Goodsell talks about Rotten Tomatoes, the future of film criticism and how the program for emerging critics has evolved.
From light installations to rethinking history's villains, from music for suicide prevention to Bollywood's best - this week's art news is varied and rich.
Avid cinephile Faith Everard revelled in killer dresses, lesbian S&M and folk revenge at this year's Melbourne Film Fest.
Embedded in a history of self determination and activism, Yolŋu artists are rethinking traditional storytelling with a 21st century inflection, from recycling materials to immersive video, keeping culture current.
Launceston’s annual arts festival is the perfect blend of community event and high culture. Here are our recommended highlights.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge's writing on Fleabag is as formally intriguing as it is emotionally complex.
Kim Carpenter, the founder of beloved visual theatre company Theatre of Image, is closing his company after 30 years.
A model for artists’ studios in Western Sydney shifts the paradigm from mere workspace to career catalyst – at a time when artists most need it.
From immersive theatre to burlesque, to a cabaret for children, the end of the world is trending at Melbourne Fringe.
It's a good week to rewrite history, with 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' and 'Mission Mangal' scoring big crowds.
Executive Director Shaun Comerford says the company’s extraordinary growth is underpinned by one important adage: the art comes first.
While Australian film and television may be dominated by people of Anglo backgrounds, Jackie Bailey argues that we could be telling diaspora stories and finding bigger audiences.
The games unionisation movement is kicking off worldwide so what's holding Australian game devs back?
As Ausdance National closes, Colm O’Callaghan reflects on the National Dance Forum, contemplating Indigenous practice and investigating future advocacy.
Looking at Australia’s literature and publishing sector, Karen Wyld suggests how it could better support First Nations writers.
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Jane Harrison’s play follows one Yorta Yorta family’s struggles against assimilation during the Menzies era.
An ambitious and logistically intricate work from the Hobart-based youth dance company.
A triptych of works by Kafka with dynamic physicality.
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