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The government's COVID-19 insurance system has now started and works under very tight rules.
The double blow of COVID and funding cuts have hit the youth arts and theatre for young audiences sectors hard, but they're responding in ways that both inspire and surprise.
Former journalist Shaya Laughlin found herself unable to write when she was caught in the recent Beirut explosion (her home for the last two years) and in this trauma struggled to express herself when it mattered most.
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The Artlands Conversation Series is a curated series of online discussions exploring the needs and issues important to regionally based artists, arts workers and practitioners.
NGA's The Body Electric interrogates the relationship between the female body and the gaze of the camera, writes Cherine Fahd.
Winner of 2020 Portia Geach Memorial Award, Da Yie takes out MIFF Shorts Prize, winner of ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize, plus more news and awards.
Journalist Phill Liggett, the Bangarra Dance Company and explorations of the violence of white settlement will anchor the 2020 edition of the festival.
Following our report on hiring complications in the Australian games sector, we look in depth at changes to visa codes and IGEA's proposed labour agreement.
New research shines the cold light of reality on who gets to tell us what's important in TV news and current affairs. We are not making progress.
New research from the Australia Council explores the perspectives of First Nations artists working in theatre and dance, and while the overall picture is on the upswing, the sector is being held back by stereotypes.
It's not breaking ground but this NZ crime caper comedy has charm and energy, and Rebecca Gibney as a great villain.
The man who who revitalised the Victorian Trades Hall, and dedicated his life to advocating for community arts, has died aged 83.
Bad Boy Russell Crowe is bankable while Mel Gibson flops as a famed art connoisseur. The young makers of Babyteeth know the future belongs to them.
Even the most experienced managers could learn something from 'Work Wellbeing
,' writes Erich Mayer.
Effective public speaking can bring a competitive edge to your career. Here are 15 practical tips to help you speak clearly and confidently about your art.
Works have begun to re-construct Melbourne’s historic La Mama Theatre after a fire tore through the heritage listed building in 2018 due to an electrical fault.
From close collaborations to embracing opportunities, NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts in Cultural Leadership shows new leaders how to embrace risk in this golden age of digital.
During difficult times, Stella Young Prize winner Vanessa Jo Di Natale tells about how the award changed her arts career.
Engaging with this year’s Desert Mob Exhibition and MarketPlace is more than a trending digital pivot or COVID relief initiative; it is a way to play a part in ethically preserving the culture of Aboriginal artists.
La Boite AD to step down in December, new Chair at Brisbane Powerhouse, Arts Editor announced for The Saturday Paper, and more.
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