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$1.2 million sculpture commission for War Memorial, Bell Shakespeare's Hamlet tour dates, Refugee Week programming, plenty of festival announcements, and more arts news and events.
Open House Melbourne and Sydney Folk Festival programs revealed; galleries and TicTok; SA Museum turns 165; Carriageworks' first regional collaboration, Hamilton's coming to Melbourne, and more arts news and events.
To vaccinate a nation of anxious people, how do you achieve a complex project management challenge while looking after everyone’s wellbeing? By looking for us at the places we already know and love.
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On its 10th anniversary, the Bleach* Festival promises music, performance and original artworks as big as the Gold Coast itself. We spoke to Artistic Director Rosie Dennis for her picks on the best of this year’s celebrations.
One of Australia’s first participatory festivals returns this winter with a program that encourages audiences to collectively celebrate the power and beauty of the human voice.
The Perth Festival 2021 Impact Report confirms the public value in supporting local artists and arts organisations.
Premiers for WA Ballet and NORPA, Opera in Canberra, Tasmanian Aboriginal children's book, and more arts news.
Dark Mofo on hold for ticket release, Margaret River Open Studio hits new record, David Roche Museum celebrates anniversary, QSO and didgeridoo premier, plus more arts news.
Amid renewed COVID restrictions, Melbourne’s Rising Festival is a beacon of hope for restarted arts events with its organisers feeling prepared for every eventuality.
Vivid Sydney 2021 has announced more than 200 events celebrating the Harbour City.
Fringe Festivals in Australia’s two largest cities are preparing for a return to physical presentation of work as they announce a number of new programs designed to support independent artists.
We asked JMC Academy alumna Serena Kassam for her best tips for school-leavers who want to study and work in creative industries.
Sampa the Great to headline Vivid Live, Yarra Valley Writers Festival program, Bell Shakespeare on tour, plus more arts and funding news.
Embracing Aboriginal wisdom, culture and history, so we can call all work towards a shared future as custodians of this place we call home – Australia.
After 2020’s postponements, festivals are back with a renewed focus on the local, exciting audiences across the nation.
A new festival deserves a new approach to the way artists share and discuss the ideas that inform their work.
Some very fine playing in an all Mozart program but acoustical issues leave us wanting more.
Do I Matter? distills the thoughts of some 200 women to a confidential survey about their private thoughts, though the results were sometimes fragmented and confusing.
Hand to Earth offered an extraordinary insight into the ceremonies of our First Nations peoples.
The seed fund to develop new works by Tasmanian Aboriginal artists for future festivals will be managed by a First Nations cultural advisory group.
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