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We salute the lives and careers of the artists, performers and patrons who took their final curtain call in 2018.
The script to Roma was a huge mystery. Now it is solved.
While the cinema exhibition sector takes a dive, China's SVOD iQiyi is building a monster company with very different ideas of regulation.
Rose-scented beer, a black comedy, boho chic and an exhibition song list are among the ways the NGA has given the Pre-Raphaelites a contemporary spin for the exhibition, Love & Desire.
Shortlist for Victorian Premier's Literary Awards, Dromkeen Medal for Literature announced, and quarter finalists in prestigious NZ violin competition, and more.
Respectable Auntie, straightforward John Edwards, the handy fists of Les Norton - the ABC takes a punt it won't be wowsered in 2019
Louise Bezzina will commence at Brisbane Festival in May, following the presentation of her final Bleach* Festival in April 2019.
With the results of Annual Program Funding for 2019 still not announced, several NSW organisations are looking at winding up due to a lack of funds, and the Arts Minister is not responding to their pleas.
Butel will commence in the role in March, receiving a one-month handover with outgoing Artistic Director Geordie Brookman.
Understand the DNA of the story, know your audience and charm the author. Those were the key messages from this Screen Forever panel.
The musicals are doing ace but the steampunk exploded and the petite boutiques are feeling some strain.
With the primary purpose being to build the nation’s collection, the Federal Government’s announcement today is a win for all Australians.
Grand plans and lots of spanners - with the survivors stuck with fixing the mess once the knowledge has gone.
The government seems to offer more money to the sector. Look again, suckers.
ArtsHub makes it easy for you to plot your summer art viewing with this state-by-state list of blockbusters and big impact exhibitions.
New residencies, new developments, new program announcements and other arts news you may have missed.
Whether it’s feminism, crime, or feel-good stories, you won’t be bored over the summer break with this selection of podcasts.
The end of the year can bring mixed feelings for many people working across the arts. Madeleine Dore delves into why, and asks creatives about their own experiences and how they deal with end of year blues, overwhelm and fatigue.
The decision by Hobart's The Mercury to axe all theatre, dance, and music criticism in its pages has alarmed the city's arts sector.
Diana Carroll takes a look at the bookshops to see what’s new for the art lover in your life.
He bestrides the Australian cultural landscape like a colossus; the iron-clad outlaw whose name is both revered and reviled.
Art is not a luxurious extra, it's a necessity, writes Johanna Knox.
The path forward for Queensland’s arts and cultural sector over the next 10 years and beyond is now open for discussion, says Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch.
In her 2018 Philip Parsons Memorial Lecture, playwright Alana Valentine speaks about the power of the collective experience and those rare moments when a work of art becomes a conduit for spontaneous community expression.
Artistic Director of Chamber Made, Tamara Saulwick, reflects on the lack of time and opportunity for artists to gather and talk about the work they want to see, and offers a practical solution.
Intellectual property is a hotly debated topic among artists and creatives. Artist Melissa Laing shares her opinion here with a passionate polemic for generosity.
In the lead up to the Victorian state election on 24 November, Greens MLC for the Southern Metropolitan Region and spokesperson for the Arts, Sue Pennicuik, puts forward her vision for the sector.
In the lead up to the Victorian state election on 24 November, the Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley MP puts forward his vision for the sector.
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The set design for The Gruffalo's Child is very simple but effective. There’s also lots of participation required from the kids including calling out, singing and dancing.
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