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A public art project is at the heart of a new sustainable community in the Sydney suburbs.
As eco-awareness spreads through the city, sustainable artwork is here to stay.
The City of Sydney, City Art program is seeking public artists to define a new Sydney.
One weekend in and three prize-winners have already been announced.
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s 2014 season has been revealed, and its new focus on accessibility will be music to many ears.
Adelaide’s Queer Culture Festival is getting ready to mix it up.
Your artistic secrets are your livelihood. You don't have to tell how you got the rabbit into the hat.
Complaints were made to the City of Sydney council regarding a recent exhibition in celebration of the vagina.
Shoes with GPS and digital cosmetics with hologram colour are among the latest projects from fashion designers embracing technology.
Many authors dream of signing an huge multi-book deal with a large publisher. But big is not always the best option.
The ABC’s globally successful online Reading Eggs program will be made into a web animation series called Eggsperts, in a co-production between Flying Bark Productions and Blake eLearning.
Avoid common application mistakes and increase your chances of securing a grant.
Classical pianists and thrash metal guitarists are all up for a chance to win the Melbourne Prize for Music in 2013.
Tickets for Northern Rivers Performing Arts shows now on sale after a rockabilly roller derby launch party of its 2013 program.
Over 150 theatre students from around Australia will be given a chance to perform works and participate in artistic discussion.
Artists are making real life money from participating in the digital world of Second Life.
Little Woods Gallery is seeking proposals in June for artists to exhibit in a part community part professional art space.
Carclew Youth Arts are offering four scholarships, each worth $12,500, to young artists working across a number of disciplines.
IHOS artistic director Constantine Koukias has announced he will be moving from Hobart to Amsterdam.
American comedian Rich Hall was awarded the Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Barry Award early Sunday morning.
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