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music copyright organisations representing Australian and New Zealand songwriters and their publishers – and RightsFlow, a provider of bulk mechanical licensing and royalty services, announced t
Economic gloom is not dimming the light of the ninth Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
At Sunday’s Australian Dance Awards the elegant and diminutive (New Zealand-born) Lucette Aldous (who was trained in Brisbane and Sydney) was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award.
xPablo Larrain's Tony Manero nearly joined David Bowie in the small library of films I have walked out of.
When ancient Rome set a priority to send the navy to Egypt to bring dazzlingly white sand for the Coliseum arena, rather than wheat to make bread, historians identified a first presage of imminent decay. This anecdote of the decline of the Roman Empire might seem a stretch but the “Blockbuster” art exhibition – at face value a seemingly modern hybrid of art and entertainment spectacle – has been d
Perth Theatre Company and His majesty's Theatre present EQUUS by Sir Peter Shaffer.
Chris Scherer wanted to become an Opera singer, snow board instructor and a vet when he grew up.
When Richard James Allen gave up on becoming President of the united States when he realised he wasn't born in the U.S.
CORRIERE DELLA SERA: Twenty-three-year-old Miriam will soon graduate with arts degree. Her professor says: “She’s an outstanding student, but who knows when she’ll graduate”.
Censorship is an ever-present hot-button topic, and in the past 12 months the debate has become increasingly visible - from the situation around Bill Henson’s work to Labour’s proposed Internet filter, a huge amount of media space has been devoted to the issues around censorship, classification, and what constitutes inappropriate material.
THE KOREA TIMES: Poetry may seem a little irrelevant to a fast-changing and materialistic society. But Korean-American poet Choi Yearn-hong based in Washington strongly believes that writing about events happening around us relieves pain and produces comfort.
THE KOREA TIMES: The first statue of the Future Buddha, which dates back to the Unified Silla Kingdom period (668-935), has been found, according to a prominent Buddhism art professor Thursday.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: The 40th edition of Art Basel sees a return to more understated works.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: It’s only a few weeks before the Fourth of July, the time of year that the thinking person — or at least the type of thinking person who likes to hear things go whoosh and ka-blam — begins to consider how best to spend the holiday.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL: Think the only way to see a big-screen movie is while slurping a 64-oz. soft drink, eating a $5 candy bar and shushing the wannabe film critic behind you?
THE COURIER MAIL: THE man who added flavour to the f-word, chef Gordon Ramsay, is back in Australia, amusing, offending and giving us all something to talk about.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL: Police official says theft discovered this morning at the Picasso Museum, but it is not clear when or how it took place
ALARAB ONLINE: France and the United Arab Emirates formally launched the "desert Louvre" project, bringing the iconic cultural name and its tourist pulling power one step closer to the oil-rich Gulf.
ALARAB ONLINE: “Design and Fashion of Carthage” is the very new event which will be organized from the 10th of June to the 25th.
THE COURIER MAIL: A NEW breed of playwright is on the loose. Richard Jordan, 26, of Brisbane, is one of them, bringing a fresh young voice to theatre and with it an insight beyond the stereotypes of Generation Y.
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