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It's totally expected, but still heartbreaking for cinephiles and the industry. The 69th MIFF will happen next year instead.
After the shock of Friday's announcement, arts leaders have called for greater investment in the arts in order to secure the sector's future.
A COVID-19 support scheme from the Copyright Agency offers new commission opportunities, plus help for writers' festivals and online projects.
The South Australian sector had a mega-moment online, called a Virtual Town Hall Meeting. This is how it turned out.
NETS Victoria adopts new leadership structure, Theatre Network Australia appoints Artist and Sector Development Manager and more.
Lambs of God will soon bewilder and enchant North American viewers as upstart streamer Total takes the Lingo show on.
Only 95 organisations have received 4-year funding from the Australia Council, down from 128 in 2016, though 49 organisations will receive transitional funding for an additional 12 months.
Actors from 8-80 years old living anywhere from Sydney to Smataloona will be running at this pitching competition. They have nothing to lose but their authenticity.
$5 million in re-purposed funding will help artists survive, adapt and create, explains Australia Council CEO Adrian Collette.
By the time the industry finds a new normal, there will be a whole bunch of projects screaming to go. And this is just the federal contribution.
Bans on gatherings of more than 100 people meant Mudlark’s production of a new Tasmanian play could not go ahead. The loss of income is dire news for the small professional company.
Free associate memberships and discounted rates signal a newly open guild as the ADG Awards get pushed back to September.
Keeping businesses afloat, fast-tracking development and priming for quick recovery are key for agencies, with smaller states able to respond first.
The industry is racing to fix the wonky machine of JobKeeper so it actually works for the screen sector.
In some positive news for the sector, the Emerging Writers Festival has decided to continue on with its festival event this year, albeit in the form of a digital program.
As arts organisations go online, a whole bunch of opportunities have opened up for artists - we give you the latest news on what's happening in the sector this week.
Along with the Co-vidious turmoil, educational resources are moving online to provide insights, inspirations and clever basics. Here is a list:
COVID-19 has brought about a period of intense adjustment in relation to the way we communicate, particularly in terms of videoconferencing. Here are some tips for keeping it professional.
Empathy, care and communication define what it means to be a good leader during a crisis.
Be it leaning into routine, allowing for the discomfort or finding rest, navigating this profound shift to daily lives looks different for everyone in the arts and beyond. Here’s some ideas on how to find what works for you.
From virtual exhibitions and livestreamed concerts to online art auctions, this is our guide to how art is going digital in the age of COVID-19.
COVID-19 has decimated many writers' schedules: book launches have been postponed, gigs cancelled. But amidst the chaos, an online community is flourishing.
We asked readers what their top priorities were to funding our way through COVID-19 and beyond. Here are the results.
Working on the COVID-19 frontline as a first responder, the director of 'Jirga' offers hope to other storytellers facing their fears.
As communities around the globe face the challenges spread by COVID-19, Creative Partnerships Australia is encouraging the broader Australian community to reflect on the contribution of the arts sector during times of crisis.
In just 12 months, the NGA has absorbed the largest intake of new positions and a rethink of staff funding since the gallery opened.
Now is when we most need data from arts organisations in order to better lobby our governments and present a clear case for support.
In a post-coronavirus world, opera has a unique opportunity to redress and re-birth for lasting change.
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