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Adelaide Festival to seek new Executive Director; Nexus Arts announces new leadership team; new Board members at Sydney Biennale; Adelaide Fringe ambassadors announced, and more.
Brisbane’s Circa have been invited to become a Major Performing Arts company as the MPA Framework itself is set to be replaced.
Is the appointment of Kylie Munnich a declaration of direction for Screen Queensland? She is certainly providing an opportunity to go hunting internationally.
Asian countries are vigilant about music royalties but the screen sector is ignored. That may soon change,
Koskela's new project Ngaly demonstrates that design can be ethical, working with 6 Indigenous communities to fuse traditional weaving with contemporary lighting.
From contemporary art tapestries to postcard art, ACO's largest performance to date and Japanese Manga mania, this week's arts news is diverse and energised.
Director of Port Adelaide’s Fontanelle Gallery admits alcohol and addiction fuelled his inappropriate behaviour towards women over several years.
As approaching festivals promise a spring feast, The Eulogy, Animals, and Buoyancy still tempt audiences to Australian films with the sweet medicine of classy filmmaking.
The guild campaigns for the industry come down to a few professionals. The Australian Directors Guild will now reflect the skills and personality of its new executive director. UPDATED after interview.
The story behind their latest drama, and the secret recipe for this thriving Indigenous production company.
The NFSA restores Eternity, a documentary about time, decay and the cosmos. For the filmmakers it is a message from the past.
The Board of WA’s State Theatre Company has renewed the Artistic Director’s contract for another three years and publicly committed to supporting a bold artistic vision.
Coinciding with Mental Health Week, artists take to the street to paint walls for wellness.
Victorian Poetry Slam champion announced, Fauvette Loureiro scholarship announced, plus Artbank's opportunity for emerging curators.
Ride Like a Girl hangs on against increasing competition from tentpole pics. Joker is the big one.
Discussion about the proposed changes to Screen Australia guidelines unleashes deeper passions.
Cinematographer Meg White has turned her anguish into art. She hopes that talking more openly about mental health in the workplace will bring relief for others.
From taking risks to doing a law degree instead, poets, novelists, historian and non-fiction writers on the shortlist for this year's Prime Minister's Literary Awards share their tips on getting started.
While video games are often associated with frivolous entertainment, hospitals around the world have begun using them to help improve sick children's quality of life.
Sandra Gattenhof makes the case for arts being included as core skills in both public and private schools to create the next generation of artists and problem solvers.
In an industry with a heavy drinking culture, what does a great alcohol-free event look like?
With so many benefits for the mind, spirit, and art itself, creativity has the power to heal us and improve our overall mental wellness on a large scale.
Dips in financial markets are having an impact on art sales which has a knock-on to sales of artworks. What can be done to keep to keep the market healthy.
Dealer Michael Reid give us a transparent 101 of the cost, and benefits, of art fairs in a changing market.
Just 29 companies receive 59% of Australia Council funding. More than 700 artists and arts workers are calling for a change.
From VR to porcelain echidna quills, Linear is a fresh reframing of line and lineage in Aboriginal culture and design, opening at Powerhouse Museum.
All the major streaming providers are playing electronic chess to capture your gaze. Here is a glimpse of the ABC's game.
Arts and wellness educator Molly W. Schenck talks about how to have tough conversations in art without traumatising collaborators.
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AGWA’s latest exhibition inspires newfound appreciation for the gallery’s architecture.
This year’s Primavera is a real shake-up, and wake-up, in the hands of Archibald-winning artist Mitch Cairns as curator.
Academic Chris Fleming’s memoir is confronting, interesting, reassuring and offers insight into who and what drug addicts are.
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