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Multimedia specialist and software engineer are among 22 new roles included on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List, which offers priority visa processing, and possible paths to permanent residency.
Some great Australian viewing is coming in July. Here's where to watch High Ground, In My Blood It Runs, Rams, the Wake in Fright miniseries, and more.
Taking small children to the movies is not for the faint-hearted. But staying at home can be worse. Village opens more 'Vjunior' cinemas designed for the 'fun'.
Moves and shakes at SBS and NFSA. Stan mixes in some Henson magic with new film, plus reviews, announcements and insights from the week that was.
Stan and Jim Henson Company have partnered on adapting The Portable Door from Tom Holt’s popular seven-book series, and now audiences get their first peek into the Queensland production.
While Sydney has dodged a full lockdown this week, heightened restrictions have impacted heavily on the arts and culture sector.
Offering millions in funding to WA productions, this is the film body’s first production round for the 2021-2 financial year.
$29.5 million guaranteed to the sector in some key areas over the next half-decade is not to be sneezed at.
Industry body IGEA released the results of a survey that takes a second look at the impact of COVID-19 on the sector. And things are pretty good.
A Margaret Olley memorial garden, Adelaide Festival results, new artspace for Pilbara artists, William Robinson's Creation Series on show, Beep to tour, plus more arts news, kids programming and cast announcements.
Serangoon Road, Mystery Road, Wake in Fright and High Ground were all challenging titles, and some paid the price. Watch and decide for yourself.
The scripted space at SBS will be run by Julie Eckersley with Donna Chang promoted to Commissioning Editor Scripted.
Greg McLean looses the horrifying John Jarrett onto the international scares market again through Australia-friendly Altitude Film Sales.
This year, Revelation Perth International Film Festival showcases some low-budget indy adventures in true art according to director Richard Sowada.
In a funding bonanza, NSW Government commits $1.3 billion to the arts, including a $40 million blockbuster exhibitions, a new cultural precinct, and much needed operational funding to settle in new infrastructure projects.
Once Spielberg saw Netflix as a kind of gremlin. Now the little beast has grown so large, he has partnered up. In a dignified kind of way.
Are you looking for something to fill the GLOW-shaped hole in your life? We have you covered, with this new 80s-inspired Apple Original starring Rose Byrne.
One month after Melbourne's RISING was forced to close after only a single night of performances, Tim Byrne reflects on the festival's impact and a sector in crisis.
As Rees’ crone is born across her exhibition at Mona, a sense of the inevitability of aging is developed with an environmental parallel.
ArtsHub speaks with South Australian Museum Director Brian Oldman on research, repatriation and retelling truths, on the Museum’s 165th anniversary.
From Discord to the front page of Twitch, Wholesome Games is changing the face of games. Wholesome Games founder Matthew Taylor tells us the full story of the grassroots organisation's strange journey to E3.
While the Australian government gets the vapours about regulating streaming companies, the EU and the UK go in boots and all – but the British position is just plain weird.
Impending school holidays, good deals, and a longing for the way things were are likely candidates for the country's most popular videogame sales.
A look at Creative NZ’s just-released triennial survey, giving an in-depth insight into how Aotearoa views the arts.
In a call to arms for reinvigorated arts advocacy, John Daley looks at how politicians are out of step with our audiences and how artists need to tell their story more passionately.
Mental health should come first in planning and creating a production, according to Indigo Paul, who gives us a perspective from the performing arts industry in Aotearoa (New Zealand).
From our boards down to visitor services, museums and galleries have a holistic responsibility to become more sustainable entities – in policy and programming.
The proposed update to the national arts curriculum improves guidelines around teaching First Nations art, but stops short of addressing how much Australian art should be taught in Australian primary and high schools.
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