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Game, set and match for Seven and the tennis.
Transmission Films has acquired New Zealand rights to The Volcano (aka Tama), the highly anticipated second feature film from Eagle vs Shark writer/director Taika Waititi.
Ten put its best Jimmy Choo clad foot forward, while Seven skipped five years into the future with Desperate Housewives.
Sotheby’s laid off some 60 people in the United States in December. Two weeks ago Christie’s let go some 100 employees and began consolidating departments in New York.
As radio audiences reach new highs, BBC broadcaster Libby Purves celebrates the 'invisible' medium that has enriched our lives more than any other.
MP attacks sale as schools close for lack of funds.
Three-quarters of those surveyed considered themselves to be professional composers, but only 10% made their primary living from that work.
It seems a ripe time for novel podcasting to grow. Traditional book publishers are struggling.
The cash-strapped institution announced today that it is reducing its staff by 20% as well as cutting operating expenses.
Here we survey the policy areas where the new President is likely to take a stand.
The Swiss company Art Culture Studio has cancelled its sixth annual Moscow World Fine Art Fair, which had been scheduled for 25 May to 1 June at the Manege.
By using the bartering system, these artists hope to set a trend-setting example. In addition, these artists want to establish bartering as a respectable activity that promotes relationships among people from different trades.
The YBAs found their voices in a recession but in the public's eyes they are linked with the age of easy credit.
Put a big name in a production and you'll reap advance receipts. If only they were all as reliable as John Malkovich.
Briton steps into prestigious curating post at a time of enormous challenges for modern museums.
Just a month after Jeremy Strick resigned under pressure as director of the beleaguered Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, he has landed a new job. Starting March 2 he will be director of the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, the institution confirmed.
The injections of cultural cash in Tuesday's federal budget are being hailed by many in the arts community as a landmark moment showing national politicians' heightened attention to the arts. But complaints about what was left out remain widespread.
Toronto's newest fall literary festival appears to be on shaky ground even before it holds its debut edition after the country's largest trade publisher, Random House of Canada, and another big player, Penguin Group (Canada), announced Wednesday Jan. 28 that they won't participate.
The opening night of the musical Zanna Don’t for Melbourne’s Midsumma Festival has brought a long overdue injection of originality, energy and freshness into the Melbourne music theater scene.
Two and a half years after winning the Israel Prize and being defined as an Israeli cultural icon, the Ashdod-based Israel Andalusian Orchestra fired all 50 of its musicians and lyricists Thursday and closed up shop.
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