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Carriageworks saved, thanks to a 20-year lease agreement and guaranteed annual funding - two necessities it has battled since opening in 2007, the lack of which forced it into administration.
Largest Tiwi exhibition ever; landmark public sculpture for Sydney; Melbourne in lockdown; Palace Letters released; Darwin Festival homegrown program, and more artist opportunities and news.
A new UniSA study, prepared in conjunction with Arts SA and Adelaide Festival Centre, indicates South Australia’s festival sector has a key role to play in reviving the State’s tourism.
From restoring Pollack's Blue poles to EOIs for new Craft Festival; success for Adelaide Festival while MSO embraces the footy, and HOTA opens for live performances, plus more opportunities and arts news.
While festivals have always championed local artists, such prerogatives will become all the more urgent as we recover from COVID-19, says Perth Festival’s Nathan Bennett.
Arts Minister Fletcher gives national collecting institutions the green light to reopen and signals a chain reaction as orgs set dates to open their doors as early as next week.
While the 11th Sydney Fringe has been cancelled, an alliance with international Fringe Festivals will ensure important independent works can still be seen digitally by Sydney audiences.
The replacement for Melbourne Festival and White Night, to be known as RISING, is seeking proposals for new work from artists, artistic collectives and companies for the inaugural festival in 2021.
Sydney Writers Festival has launched a podcast series to replace the 2020 program.
As arts orgs close their doors, other opportunities are being presented for artists. We give you a wrap of the week's news at a time when things are being decimated by COVID-19.
As Victoria declares a state of emergency, festivals and organisations across the nation are cancelling and postponing their programming – with widespread ramifications for casual arts workers.
Artists do their bit for bushfires, Opera Australia to present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella,iconic street art festival returns to Benalla, plus more arts news.
The latest festival and exhibition announcements, opportunities for artists, and a summary of arts news from around the country.
Badiucao is again at the centre of a censorship debate, left questioning the ambiguity the protest intentions, and structures of fear emerging in Australia.
Defying COVID-19, the chair of Wangaratta Jazz Festival says National Jazz Awards, held as part of the festival, offer a creative outlet and opportunity for artists during a year of unpredictability.
From around the country, artists and arts workers reflect on why the post-pandemic world will need art more than ever.
Anniversaries are moments for great celebration – especially when an arts company survives into the double digits – but the pandemic has forced doors closed, and new ways of marking the milestones.
Festivals traditionally lure in audiences with big international names, artists whose work can also help inspire local practitioners. What is the future of programming with COVID travel restrictions in place?
Freeplay independent games festival has survived for over sixteen years. The past and present directors share the lessons they have learned on sustainability, purpose, and the future of the arts.
After five festivals, Mitchell has moved onto new challenges. Just before he left, he spoke with ArtsHub about the highs and lows of his time in the role.
Solvency records show that the inaugural Biennale of Australian Art (BOAA) still owes around $350,000 to artists and vendors, while its Director moves on to open a new gallery.
In the coronavirus crisis there have been calls from all sides to 'save the arts', but we should also ask what sort of arts industry we want to save.
Despite all Arts Ministers meeting yesterday, Queensland has been the only state to step up with a stimulus package in the awake of Coronavirus' decimation of the sector.
While attending Adelaide Festival, Jared Thomas saw something that made him question years of racism and set him on the path to becoming a writer.
Responding to a recent review, Cementa19 make the point, that like all good art, a festival should make you uncomfortable, awkward, challenged, and aware of the social reality in which you play.
The fourth edition of the biennial regional festival Cementa has just wrapped up, but for a post-industrial town the event misses its context and struggles to include residents.
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Rich in symbolism, doom and hope, you live through the cycle of life and death at the hands of Romeo Castellucci in his rethink of Mozart’s iconic Requiem.
Science fiction meets introspection in Passionate Machine.
A one-man show about loneliness, longing, and social media-enhanced isolation, and a dance theatre piece exploring call-out culture through a comic book lens.
Featuring works by a range of artists, A Forest is like a giant crumbling 21st century haunted house for adults.
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.
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