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COVID has meant more than a shuffle of dates for Australia's oldest portrait prize. Deputy Director Maud Page gives us the low-down on 'rethinking' regulations in a safe and creative way for this year's Archi, Wynne and Sulman Prizes.
Victoria's dance schools and studios see mass job losses and closures that will reverberate across the sector, according to a recent report.
A lot of Australian children have been touched by Judy Malmgren's vision of the world. She is gone too soon.
Known for her generous spirit and her rigorous desire to interrogate contemporary art, VCA's former head of school will be deeply missed by artists, curators and academics alike.
In search of fresh formats and open to the public the new award provides a mix of development funds and prize money.
The figures remain grim even though Tenet and The 800 have delivered some excitement to industry hearts heavy since March.
Director resigns from Ian Potter Museum of Art, Four Winds redesigns artistic leadership model, Monkey Baa Theatre Company announces Artistic Director, and more.
Filmink Presents distributed the first Australian film since COVID-19 arrived. It is a modest kid's film which is taking advantage of the void in product.
Claims and counter-claims abound, with MEAA saying 25% of all staff across the company will be made redundant, a claim Opera Australia disputes.
The actor and EP revives her signature character for a new Nine limited series aimed at a global audience.
The 10-day LGBTQIA+ festival will run 17-27 September, and features 29 Australian premieres over its program of over 40 films, documentaries, and shorts.
$2.8M boost for Melbourne recovery, RACV takes art collection online for the first time, Adelaide Fringe Festival registrations open, queer art exhibition for a WA institution, plus more news.
Specialising in underwater footage, the Cairns-based company has a new lens that helps them move onto land.
The online program has opportunities for industry and audience alike, including esports, conferences, gaming club, and a talk from 'Minecraft''s Lena Raine
Cinefest Oz shorts awards reveal a passion for the fantastic, from outer space to the world's strangest pet, and the true origins of public servants.
The Federal Government has launched a Consultation Paper and is calling for submissions to an Indigenous Visual Arts Action Plan to reshape the future of the sector and its economic viability post-pandemic.
Creating the new home of Metro Arts was ‘seven months of building hell,’ according to Creative Director and CEO Jo Thomas. It opens just in time for Brisbane Festival.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia has expressed concern that creators will lose out under the copyright reforms set to be introduced by the Federal Government.
Indigenous Literacy Day goes virtual in 2020, with a live YouTube event featuring story-telling, singing and celebration featuring performances from Jessica Mauboy and Archie Roach, among others.
James Woods is piling up the short films, has tried the festival route, and is now about to release on Vimeo, which at least gives him longevity.
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