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Puppet theatre knows no bounds
The efforts of WA's Spare Parts Puppet Theatre over four decades proves the powerful contribution small to medium companies make…
Site responsive biennale crosses ocean and sky
The Fremantle Biennale has commissioned more young WA artists than ever before.
Reopening Sydney theatre COVID-safely
Hamilton and Come From Away are reopening in Sydney as part of NSW’s roadmap back from COVID. What can audiences…
Securing arts money in uncertain times
As the sector seeks support for its post-pandemic future, how are sponsors and donors feeling about their capacity to give?
How long should you stay in a job?
When should you take the leap and switch things up? And if you do, how long is acceptable to stay…
Art of craft on show at Indian Ocean Triennial
A stunning array of craft-based artists reflect on the medium's power to penetrate the contemporary art world.
The power of play and how to bring it home
The playground may be closed with no free-roaming allowed, but small acts of play can still be achieved and are…
Writers seek solidarity in lockdowns
Surviving lockdown isn’t easy, but some Western Sydney writers believe reading the stories of people from diverse backgrounds can help…
Dance review: IN HOUSE, Co3 Contemporary Dance, State Theatre Centre of WA
Five short dance works offer a diversity of form and style.
Regional arts audiences evolve with the pandemic
Some of regional Australia's arts venues have seen visitation grow over the past 18 months, but is it true for…