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BALLERINAS weren't always the svelte, glamorous, impossibly beautiful creatures that we see gracing today's dance companies.
IT is 20 years since Salman Rushdie published his fourth novel, The Satanic Verses, about two Indian actors, Gibreel and Saladin.
AFTER receiving a federal government rescue package of $25.4million less than four years ago, the nation's six state orchestras have been warned not to ask for further bailouts.
IT'S Pauline Hanson as you've never seen her – dowdy and weather-beaten, scrubbing the Australian flag on an old washing board.
A CLEVER satire on fashion and consumerism has taken out the second Wilson HTM National Art Prize. This week, Brisbane artist Brent Wilson won the $10,000 prize for Nostalgia will eat itself, a circle of sneakers devouring each other.
BRISBANE musicians The Veronicas have cracked the US top-20 chart - and they are the first Australian act to do so since Kylie Minogue seven years ago.
The 2009 Fashion Palette Excellence Awards have been designed to reward emerging Australian fashion designers, nominated for outstanding vision and achievement within each category.
21st Century Australian Composers Program 2008-09, Finalists Concert, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Iwaki Auditorium, 4 February 2009, Melbourne.
Australian Chamber Orchestra with Dawn Upshaw (soprano), Christopher Moore (viola) and Richard Tognetti (director and violin).
The Festival will feature a varied programme of ballet, opera, classical and Arabic music, a visual arts component and a strong educational programme which forms the festival’s backbone.
"Arts in Crisis: A Kennedy Center Initiative" is a high-tech support service through which arts administrators can talk to the center's personnel about the challenges of shrinking income, budget-conscious audiences and other difficulties in keeping the doors open.
Some say the Oscar contender is 'poverty porn,' but that criticism misconstrues the nature of art.
Opponents say a provision to qualify new projects for an immediate 50% write-off is unnecessary and cite January's box-office haul of $1.03 billion.
As Ford's Theatre emerges from an 18-month, multimillion-dollar renovation and prepares to formally reopen its doors in honor of Abraham Lincoln's bicentennial, theater officials can relax knowing they will have soon dodged what could have been the historic building's fourth disaster.
While most other street or graffiti artists concentrate on adding their own imagery, illegally, to parts of the subway system, Poster Boy, a kind of anti-consumerist Zorro with a razor blade, a sense of humor and a talent for collage, has made his outlaw presence known all over the city by cutting and pasting the images that are already there in the form of ads.
There was no flashy choreography as grim-faced Broadway industry leaders pleaded bluntly and plainly with New York legislative budget writers on Tuesday to reject Gov. David A. Paterson’s proposed tax on theater tickets, which would raise prices about 8 percent.
A Degas sculpture last night fetched a record 13.3 million pounds ($19.2 million), while other high- value works were rejected.
The Dallas Public Library has launched a new program called the StreetSmart Express that lets people check out popular books and DVDs for $5 each. Other items can still be checked out by Dallas residents at no cost.
L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art, which last week eliminated 20% of its paid staff to cut costs, is now faced with finding replacements for some of its highest-profile board members.
Ayckbourn's trilogy set for Circle in the Square.
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