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La Boite AD to step down in December, new Chair at Brisbane Powerhouse, Arts Editor announced for The Saturday Paper, and more.
Fiona Percival's animated series 'don't f with me' wins the major development prize, with Madeleine Parry and Allison Chhorn also awarded for merit.
Copyright reforms, Fed funding guidelines, theatres back with live performances, Sugglepot and Cuddlepie become a new ballet, Tassie writers residency, plus more arts news and opportunities for artists.
Arab-Australian writers donate rare works to raise funds through an auction to support initiatives in Lebanon after the blasts in Beirut.
Since 2014, the Skip Ahead initiative has supported YouTube creators with existing fanbases to reach wider audiences. This was their biggest year yet.
How much will Foxtel pay for retransmission rights? The fight has gone to the Copyright Tribunal.
'Mulan's debut on Disney+ may change exhibition forever. 'Metro Sexual' sells to US, ABC announces bushfire drama series, and Screen QLD funds some enterprising businesses.
The Live Music Australia program will distribute $5 million a year over four years.
Work of fiction celebrating matriarchs wins Daisy Utemorrah Award, shortlists announced for 2020 NSW Premier's History Awards, Callout for aMbush Gallery poster competition plus more awards.
The Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, will have the final say on which Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand grants will be approved.
Tim Spencer, Joshua Longhurst and Rosie Braye talk about their hit YouTube series, working with an intimacy coordinator, and finding an audience online.
From Babyteeth to crocodile fangs, the Australian pictures are practicing The Secret, which is the culmination of an amazing journey into self-help by local TV journalist Rhonda Byrne.
NSW risks being the only Australian state without a dedicated writers’ organisation, as Writing NSW loses its funding.
Meet the new Chair of Adelaide Fringe, Australian String Quartet appoints new cellist, and more.
Screen Australia has a couple of dead practical announcements to help focus the minds of producers.
Art takes over digital billboard, new contemporary dance works, residency program for artists with disability, and more.
As ACTF head Jenny Buckland emphasises, the sector is adaptable, is attracting new creators and sells well. It has everything going for it – sort of.
Will the wave of accessible works created by livestreaming during the pandemic be a permanent addition to our theatre ecology or a short-lived flowering that quickly fades?
Defying COVID-19, the chair of Wangaratta Jazz Festival says National Jazz Awards, held as part of the festival, offer a creative outlet and opportunity for artists during a year of unpredictability.
Delight is that elusive quality that can reboot your mental health, according to The Rumpus' Caitlin Marshall.
From the way public institutions acquire, to the value placed on Australian artists, and skewed funding streams that favour institutions, Brisbane gallerist Andrew Baker raises some hard truths about the visual arts sector.
South Australian screen support bodies keep their independence, bet on idealism and co-operation.
What can we tell from the current crop of Australian short films in festivals?
On the grounds that a film might make you masturbate at home and then do something evil, MIFF has withdrawn The Trouble With Being Born.
Having built their production company into an impressive conveyor of dreams, David Maher and David Taylor are getting ready to leave.
Solvency records show that the inaugural Biennale of Australian Art (BOAA) still owes around $350,000 to artists and vendors, while its Director moves on to open a new gallery.
Feeling a little burnt-out? It's a natural response when hope is in short supply but according to Dr Jackie Bailey, now might be the moment to re-activate hope.
Artificial intelligence has existed for nearly 50 years, but it’s only in recent years that tapping into its potential has become a genuine reality for many organisations – including libraries and museums.
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The Mini Monograph series celebrates the work of contemporary Australian women artists. Artist Nell is explored in Book 3, and Book 5 showcases artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye.
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