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Festival turns 75 after two years of pandemic disruption
Edinburgh Festival returns to a full live event with opening performances by Australian talents.
Why sensitivity readers matter
Sensitivity readers can not only identify misrepresentations of marginalised communities but also make books more authentic, Helen Young writes.
Vale the great songman Archie Roach
Archie Roach gave voice, a story, to the experiences of so many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, writes Bhiamie…
Not paying royalties for session musos is damaging the music industry
Australia is one of a handful of developed economies that does not support the rights of performers to ongoing royalties,…
New art project celebrates Bathurst's many identities
The conflicting identities of Bathurst’s Wahluu/Mt Panorama are brought together through art, writes Suzie Gibson.
Vale Peter Brook, an ever innovative director
Paul Rae explores the enduring but complex legacy of British theatre director Peter Brook, who died on Saturday, aged 97.
Japanese avant-garde ceramicists test the limits of clay
Documenting a shift from function to form, Catherine Speck looks at AGSA’s latest exhibition on Japanese ceramics.
Why the music of Kate Bush spans generations
Her resurgent popularity shows that Kate Bush is seemingly unfettered by the restrictions of both time nor space, writes Lorna…
Daniel Boyd's art overturns accepted white Australian history
Daniel Boyd's new solo exhibition at AGNSW not only interrogates Australia's colonial history but transfers First Nations knowledge to audiences.
Tony Burke’s double portfolio is what the arts need
Tony Burke is the first Federal Minister to hold the pairing of Ministry of Arts and Workplace Relations, a unique…