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Few writers are more acclaimed right now than the Chilean novelist Roberto Bolaño, who died of an unspecified liver ailment in 2003, at the age of 50.
The BBC is to put every one of the 200,000 oil paintings in public ownership in the UK on the internet as well as opening up the Arts Council's vast film archive online as part of a range of initiatives that it has pledged will give it a "deeper commitment to arts and music".
Costly state incentives to lure film production and jobs may actually be paying off, at least in New York.
Meanwhile, there is one segment of the industry that is actually flourishing: capitalizing on the dream of would-be authors to see their work between covers, companies that charge writers and photographers to publish are growing rapidly at a time when many mainstream publishers are losing ground.
The best of Updike, the worst of Updike, and why the two are connected.
Fresh, fun, new and different, Craftfest will begin its celebration of craft at The Dome, Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush on March 6 – 8, 2009.
The company said today that it had laid off 17 employees, or approximately 17% of its staff.
Russia's renowned Bolshoi Theatre has cancelled a tour and a major opera premiere due to budget cuts forced by the financial crisis, its general director was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
The curtains open on one of the world’s most popular shows in Perth tonight and Yannick Spierkel cannot wait.
Tenor Christoph Prégardien took Best Vocal Recital and Recording of the Year for his Schubert Schöne Müllerin, while countertenor Philippe Jaroussky, already named Vocal Artist of the Year, took Best Baroque Recording for Carestini: The Story of a Castrato.
The ACCA has really gone down the drain this time. Its latest installation by Gerda Steiner and Joerg Lenzlinger is a fantastic drainpipe, a palatial subterranean gutter made from flimsy silver sheet bound with sinuous twigs. Entering the gallery is like taking a trip down the sewer in Fairyland.
The documentary photographs of Rennie Ellis from the 1970s have aged well. A retrospective at the National Gallery of Victoria shows how much the past can come alive with a sharp image.
While the country's film critics were wildly divided about Baz Luhrmann's Australia, they have given it a chance to dominate their annual awards next month.
Australian "popera" sensations The Ten Tenors are coming to Hobart.
In a celebration of music and dance, the Queensland Ballet's Soirees Classiques series have proved a popular highlight of the Brisbane dance calendar.
The ACT boasts a thriving underground fashion industry and here, young designers show off samples of their latest threads, (slideshow).
Superstar American soprano Dawn Upshaw is back in Australia to appear with the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Never mind that this dermatalogical ailment seemed unlikely, given the posture of the average male cellist, the condition was named in the British Medical Journal.
The King’s Consort has announced that it is to change its name to Retrospect Ensemble, following a decision by its Board of Trustees.
Bogdan Roscic, most recently managing director of the Decca Music Group, has been named as the new president of Sony Classical.
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