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The West Australian: A young man who inspired a world-class art movement from a remote Kimberley community is one of eight WA contenders for the richest Aboriginal art prize in the country.
The West Australian: The demise of the Australian Opera Studio in Midland last year opened the door to the creation of a new arts and culture hub in Perth’s north-eastern suburbs.
The Brisbane Courier: THE campfires will burn through the cool June winter nights at The Dreaming Festival. They will burn and the world will settle in around them.
Sydney Morning Herald: A COLLECTION of priceless and culturally sensitive Aboriginal paintings that has languished unseen in vaults for almost 40 years will soon be exhibited in the Northern Territory.
Sydney Morning Herald: Two distinguished international authors, bound for the Sydney Writers' Festival, were detained by immigration authorities in New Zealand while officials conducted extensive security checks on their visas and immigration status.
The Australian: Peter Robinson, conducting Verdi's La Traviata for Opera Queensland, gave his singers room to breathe: soprano Elvira Fathykova as the tragic courtesan Violetta, her lover Alfredo (Adrian Dwyer) and Alfredo's intrusive father Giorgio Germont (Douglas McNicol).
The Australian: NAM Le's startling debut collection of short stories, The Boat, which earned rave reviews around the world, was tonight named Book of the Year in the 2009 NSW Premier's Literary Awards.
The Age THE Cannes audience gave Australian director Warwick Thornton and his cast a five-minute standing ovation yesterday after Samson and Delilah screened at the famous film festival.
Pernille Jack has been appointed Marketing & Touring Coordinator for South Australia’s award-winning contemporary dance company, Leigh Warren & Dancers.
Adelaide's Feast Festival, considered by many to be Australia's leading Festival of Queer Arts and Culture, is pleased to announce the appointment of a new General Manager and Creative Producer to deliver the 2009 Festival.
The regional arts and cultural development service, Arts OutWest, welcomed in a revamped Board of Directors at their recent Annual General Meeting in Millthorpe.
This year’s Blake Prize is again set to provide artists with a challenge to explore the religious and spiritual in art!
The Perth Cultural Centre and the wider community will benefit from a new allocation of $23million for asset investment in the State Budget, including $8million of recurrent funding.
The economic downturn has recently led the Government to review its level of investment in public art.
The Queensland Arts Industry Sector Development Plan is a collaborative industry development framework for arts and culture throughout the State.
At 23 years of age, Reed Luplau is already a seasoned performer and an emerging choreographer who currently works with the internationally-recognised Sydney Dance Company. Reed has kindly taken time out of his schedule to answer Arts Hub's career profile questions.
Six Australian bands will perform at the internationally renowned Great Escape Festival in the UK in early May with support from the Australia Council for the Arts.
Sixteen leading overseas publishing industry representatives will be in Sydney from 18 to 24 May, searching for new Australian titles as part of the Australia Council for the Arts’ Visiting International Publishers (VIP) program.
If you think you’re in a sterilised environment when you first see the stage for Leaves of Glass at the Red Stitch Theatre in Chapel St, you’re not far off. Walled off from each other by impenetrable, claustrophobic sheets of clear plastic, everyone in this world has their own reasons for remaining totally and utterly disconnected.
Chris Scherer is an actor, dancer, and a film maker. He is also an active member of the Feast Youth Advisory Committee in Adelaide. This year the Ausdance Victoria announced the 2009 Australian Dance Aawards Shortlist, in which Chris has been nominated for his film 'If The Shoe Fits' for Dance on Film.
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