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Fringe World's Martin Sims Award winners announced; international arts leaders unite for leadership program; Canberra ballet teachers receive RAD awards, and more.
After 21 years, a reduction in government funding has forced Ausdance National to put the Australian Dance Awards on hold.
Sector members in Brisbane and Melbourne are celebrating following the presentation of the Matilda Awards on Monday night and the announcement of Green Room Awards nominations on Tuesday.
Drawing inspiration from Miranda July and Mike Leigh, experimental filmmaker Angie Black discusses her improvisational processes and the importance of working in 'the fear space'.
A slow weekend as fans wait breathlessly for the Oscars next Monday. Alita is the only really big, noisy English language film around so more refined chancers have their fingers crossed.
We have revived our Around the Web section on the site. It is a repository of gems which grows each day.
New Artistic Director/CEO and General Manager for Canberra Youth Theatre, new Head of Development announced for Michael Cassel Group, and more.
MQFF launch, first inaugural exhibition at the new National Centre for Photography announced, Melbourne International Comedy Festival Program revealed with special announcement from the Victorian Government, and more.
The line between Prince Charming and Bluebeard has long been blurred, says Adrian Martin of this enjoyably creepy Netflix series.
Looking back and looking forwards, this young festival celebrates the achievements of Australian women in film.
These Valentine releases celebrate lovers of love, black comedy, grim hope, frozen horizons, fake physics and simple gore.
Abdul Aziz Muhamat, a refugee detained on Manus Island, who reported on his experiences for Walkley award-winning podcast The Messenger is awarded the 2019 Martin Ennals Award.
Very stylish, committed to the medium but not from the royal road of TVCs and agents - three winners point to the depth of emerging talent.
Tony McNamara wins BAFTA Original Screenplay, MTC's 2019 Women in Theatre Program participants announced, AIDC announces finalists for The FACTory International Pitching Forum, and more.
'We are just settled after a time of digital disruption. It is not the end of the world. Where to now?’ CEO/Creative Director Alice Burgin lays out the challenge of AIDC 2019.
The AFTRS CEO Neil Peplow will leave in the middle of 2019 to return to London.
A new exhibition asks how we can regain control over the residues of past trauma through personal memories and local narratives that explore art as a healing practice.
Propelled by the Human Rights Commission Report into Children in Immigration Detention, Cat Hope’s opera transcends the political to create art with compassion.
Pairing with local businesses with an established customer base can help transform unengaged audiences into cabaret fans.
In the wake of January’s devastating bushfires, Ten Days on the Island offers Tasmanians a chance to come together and celebrate our shared humanity.
Juggling a creative career with irregular work and income is challenging at the best of times, but what happens when you have kids? Fiona Harris shares her secrets.
Protection against seizure and restitution has enabled some of China's most important objects, once housed in the Imperial Palace and now held by Taiwan, to travel to Sydney.
As more new Australian works are developed, the desire to investigate alternative dramaturgies, in order to say what can't otherwise be said, is growing.
First Nations artists and arts workers offer advice on how to embrace the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
An extract from David Marr's essay collection, 'My Country', published by Black Inc.
From ground roots actions to sophisticated artworks driving campaigns for thought, there are many parallels between social justice artists working in Australia and America.
As a decline in long-form criticism erodes audience literacy, writing that demystifies the making of professional theatre will become even more sought after. So why is it mocked by the old guard?
Our language tells us a lot about who we are: our confidence, our embrace of trends, our professionalism and our priorities. So what did 2018 say?
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The ramshackle rooms of a former home for elderly and destitute men become the site of a new dance work by STRUT in collaboration with Punchdrunk's Maxine Doyle and collaborators.
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