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Exploring the nature of truth in an age of fake news, and with a particular focus on dance – including three of Melbourne’s leading choreographers – MIAF 2019 promises to tantalise and provoke.
Australian music is performing remarkably overseas, according to a new Australia Council report.
Choreographer and director Gideon Obarzanek and artist, curator and festival director Hannah Fox will jointly lead the new-look festival following its merger with White Night.
From high-profile actors and established producers to community champions of music and dance, members of the creative industries have been recognised for their contributions to Australian culture.
Occupying almost an entire city block, the new precinct represents a significant partnership between private developers and DarkLab, a subsidiary of the Museum of Old and New Art.
From unpaid artists to Election policies, Museum Week wisdoms, coups in the festival sector, and grant rounds announced ... it's been another big week for the arts.
How will the combined festival – with its added focus on tourism and business – impact artists?
ArtsHub partners with REMIX Summits to bring you a podcast on the rise of creative co-working spaces in Australia.
The new grants program aims to support local women in comedy by covering the practical costs of mounting their shows at MICF. An initiative designed to facilitate safer travel has also been announced.
Fringe World attracts new international director, new CEO/AD for Bleach* Festival, new appointments at Circus Oz, Yirra Yaakin's new AD, and more.
After 17 years at North Melbourne Town Hall, the Fringe is taking over the license of the Trades Hall bar. The venue will become the new Festival Hub in September, with programming running all year round.
The festival has cancelled its 2019 iteration, pushing back its 30th anniversary until next year in order to develop new strategies around sustainability and longevity.
Presented by the Independent Dance Alliance, March Dance will feature a range of public and industry programs.
Adelaide has been selected as the host city of the 2020 Fringe World Congress, which will be held to coincide with Adelaide Fringe’s 60th anniversary.
Members of the youth dance sector will be networking, training and performing at the Australian Youth Dance Festival in Melbourne over the coming week.
How can we carry the past into the future? Collaborations between Yirramboi Festival and Pulima Art Festival offer a fresh take on land, body and Indigenous life today.
Essentially a lobbying body, WA’s Chamber of Arts and Culture sits between and across government, business, philanthropy and arts organisations for effective policy change.
As her fourth and final festival nears its end, Wendy Martin reflects frankly on her triumphs and challenges in the role.
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.
Minister Harwin outlines his party's wins for the arts during their time in government, and presents his plan for the future if re-elected as NSW Arts Minister.
Approached as a considered, curated component rather than as hastily-considered add-ons, Perth Festival offers a fresh model for the visual arts' contribution to the festival market.
Recent events may have left some artists questioning the validity of the Fringe model. Simon Abrahams, Creative Director/CEO of Melbourne Fringe, explains why Fringe Festivals are still an important catalyst for creativity and cultural democracy.
We explore the challenges facing Tasmania’s creative industries in the lead-up to the state election on Saturday 3 March.
A recent ArtsHub feature called Fringe Festivals 'the arts world's version of a pyramid marketing scheme'. Here, a Fringe Festival Director responds to that criticism.
Festival audiences become part of a collective experience giving individuals a sense of community all humans need.
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This immersive sound installation in the depths of the Tasmanian bush is deceptively simple yet strikingly profound.
After epic weekends in the North West and the North East, the festival's final weekend reaches Hobart and the South.
The second weekend of Ten Days on the Island featured everything from contemporary performance in a black box theatre to a chamber orchestra playing in a vineyard.
Tasmania’s biennial Ten Days on the Island is the only ‘whole of state’ arts and cultural festival in Australia; Kath Melbourne immerses herself in the program over three successive weekends.
Ever felt guilty about an expensive, even extravagant designer purchase? Now imagine how guilty you’d feel if the product you bought listed human fat as one of its ingredients.
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