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Both Chunky Move and Expressions Dance Company's ADs step down, Board changes for Opera Queensland, new Artist Assoc for Australian Art Orchestra, and more.
Cinefest Oz is just five days away, and four teams and four teams will be sweating out their head to head battle for $100,000.
The ACT’s Minister for the Arts and Community Events is seeking expressions of interest from artists for a new advisory body, which will help shape the Territory’s arts policy.
Melbourne production company Princess Pictures has recruited the ex-Film Vic CEO as Managing Director.
Mark Grentell didn't go to film school, but teaching drama to kids and directing musical theatre in country NSW gave him good experience in the art of building creative communities.
All restraint gone as The Meg treats audiences like a cloud of burley in an underwater multiplex. Also, for the very last time, a season of Rake launches.
The bigger budget contestants at the AFI/AACTAs for 2018 are a varied bunch. The old cliche of sad films is dead, dead, dead.
Artists have gathered in Canberra this week for NAVA's Future/Forward conference and to discuss a Code of Practice, copyright and political agitation for change.
Archibald Prize People’s Choice award, National Indigenous Music Award Winners announced, Melbourne's MPavilion extended, and more.
AACTA observers quickly pointed out some cuckoos in the Australian film nest. But the problem is not what it seems.
Australian audiences have turned away from winsome NZ bubble of cynicism The Breaker Upperers. How dare we!
Laughter, great performers, fabulous script, pungent satire - it's the best kind of politics - a video to giggle your way towards the future..
A new Director at CCP and a CEO for Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute; QAGOMA's new Head of Australian Art; board appointments for PGAV and Melbourne Festival, and more.
Asian screen lobby group reveals the nuts and bolts of the evolving market, particularly in South East Asia.
Is this exhibition dead wrong, or ethically considered? Melbourne exhibition of real bodies offers a lesson in science and wellbeing from the inventor of plastination, Gunther von Hagen.
Two festivals, from India and Turkey, compete with MIFF while Australian mega-doc about interstellar travel, The Living Universe, has a limited run.
The First Nations Australia Writers Network gathers in Canberra next week, a momentous occasion for all Australians, but especially for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers, poets and storytellers.
The strong emotional connections and resonances of literature can happen at any time.
Indigenous Literacy Foundation’s The Great Book Swap raises funds for remote Australian communities – you can host a Book Swap at your workplace, school, organisation or even your footy club.
Helen Pitt tells the extraordinary story of the 20th century's most recognisable building.
Is the increased focus on performers' sex appeal a tacit acknowledgement that classical music can no longer connect with society on its own terms?
With dozens, sometimes hundreds of choices, navigating an arts festival program can be overwhelming. Arts industry figures offer their tips for making the most of the smorgasbord without getting indigestion.
Too often conversations around the careers of artists can get lost in the abstract. To counter that, Queensland Theatre Artistic Director Sam Strong gets practical.
In this opinion piece, Adele Schonhardt and Tahlia Azaria reflect on their experience of business school and its impact on their arts careers.
Revolution or evolution? With a survey of the Major Performing Arts Framework underway, AMPAG's Chair, Deputy Chair and Executive Director argue the case for evolving the current framework.
Support, connection, self-trust and being truly heard: for young people in Launceston, Stompin is far more than just a youth dance company.
The majority of the Major Performing Arts companies offer up 'a cocktail of timidity, mediocrity, heritage, and tourist arts’, said Big hART's Scott Rankin. He has called for a bold reinvention of the MPA framework.
What can be done to stop performers falling through the gaps between tax, superannuation and social security systems?
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Further reflections and critical responses to events programmed as part of the 2018 Darwin Festival.
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