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New President for Arts Centre Melbourne, and other appointments.
He's new to Netflix but Lilley's latest comedy doesn't move far beyond poo jokes. Anthony Morris is not a fan.
Michele Rowland, the Shadow Minister for Communications will speak at a SPA event at Fox Studios on Wed 1 May.
Adrian Martin takes us into the cinematic joys and fumbles of Burning, and its icy cumulative drama created by ambiguity and unnerving doubt.
Two artists who fought for social justice and democratisation through their art and shaped the 1980s, are coming to Melbourne in an exclusive exhibition.
From Game of Thrones to REMIX, Notre Dame survives blaze and plans for Melbourne Apple store also in ashes.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival nominees and Australian Book Industry Awards shortlist announced, plus Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowships and more.
Updated with panache and hosted by horror maestro Jordan Peele, this version of the iconic series has been worth the wait, says Chris Boyd.
We can imagine Brian Walsh, head of Foxtel TV, begging his execs to find him the next Game of Thrones. The audience figures are out of the box and dancing in the streets.
As the only source of political satire on Australian TV, the national broadcaster faces the polls without The Chaser, John Clarke, Micallef or Gruen.
Despite the patter of tiny feet and herds of feral tots, Hotel Mumbai, Us, Green Book and Woman at War bring a bit of dignity to the choc top queue.
New Director for Auckland Art Gallery, Board appointments for Biennale, A New Approach, NGA Council and changes at Stompin, among others.
Eraserhead, Empire of the Senses, O Lucky Man and Female Trouble – all in one single night of cinematic extremes in Sydney.
Netflix gets tax breaks? Industry furious but the change is useless and the real rage is about total government inertia.
Lilley has a new series, we have an ace reading list, Disney plans to rule the world, Brit kids overwhelmed by screens... and more
Rush defamation verdict, Dark Mofo reveals program, fundraising for roadies and more.
After touring the world, Robin Fox’s laser show Single Origin is finally coming to Melbourne, and no, it has nothing to do with coffee.
Technology use is leading a wellness revolution and more authentic place making according to speakers at REMIX Sydney.
Creative Director Aarti Bajaj is creating an inclusive workplace as she rejects the words ‘white’ and ‘brown’ on the set of stage production Meera.
At Remix Sydney this year, Kim McKay spoke about museums finding new audiences and leading our national conversations.
Multi-disciplinary artist Janet Laurence reflects on what has changed in her 30-year journey of working with nature, and why Australia is still so far behind when it comes to healing and wellbeing.
An opera staged in a bathroom is delivering an important message about gender roles and equality.
A recent Parliamentary Inquiry into Canberra’s national institutions made 20 recommendations. What were they, and were they warranted?
This is a sad and unfortunate case, and the silence since the ruling has been very loud. But silence can’t win if there is noise.
Workshopping theatre with actors of different levels of ability and diversity gave Didem Caia new insights into her practise.
For Nithya Nagarajan race still influences who gets to be part of the conversation in the arts, and she thinks that diversity is becoming a polluted word.
Try as we might, it’s clear that there are numerous challenges associated with developing, and maintaining, a healthy lifestyle whilst working in the arts.
No new Australia Council funding despite expert agreement and industry push - NAVA's Esther Anatolitis responds to the 2019 Federal Budget.
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