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A VFX animation teacher, primary school teacher and two academics talk about their experience and give tips for survival.
Reflecting on personal experience, playwright Lachlan Philpott says that asking our friends if they’re ok in the current crisis is not enough: we must listen carefully to the response and act on it.
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Students of NIDA’s Bachelor of Fine Arts Costume are busy creating garments that will transport audiences to a different place and time.
State Theatre Company South Australia appoints new Executive Director, Chair departs Canberra Contemporary Art Space board, and more.
Spectra lights up Hobart, ACMI project voted world's best, AI-style Eurovision team announced, Sydney Writers' Festival receives funding, plus more arts news.
Pooled funding and collaborative creative thinking resulted in Victoria’s Digital Creator Program, supporting a next gen of digital makers through expert-led YouTube workshops online.
With COVID-19 closures, visibility for arts organisations is more important than ever to maintain audiences, and grow new support.
With programs, performances and exhibitions all moving online, how do we filter what’s good and what’s not? And how has streaming changed art criticism?
The Blue Room Theatre announces a change of leadership.
After leaving her role as AD of Emerging Writers' Festival, Roberts-Orr reflects on her career highlights and the next challenge.
The industry responds, adapts, tries to brave and hopes the internet holds up.
The really big question about the AFTRS frenzy of online construction is whether it can go truly national, and its industry can accept online learning into its flinty heart.
How are arthouse and indy filmmakers going to function with no real-world festivals? They could be better off with online events, according to a discussion in New York.
We asked readers what their top priorities were to funding our way through COVID-19 and beyond. Here are the results.
Be it leaning into routine, allowing for the discomfort or finding rest, navigating this profound shift to daily lives looks different for everyone in the arts and beyond. Here’s some ideas on how to find what works for you.
NETS Victoria adopts new leadership structure, Theatre Network Australia appoints Artist and Sector Development Manager and more.
In just 12 months, the NGA has absorbed the largest intake of new positions and a rethink of staff funding since the gallery opened.
Actors from 8-80 years old living anywhere from Sydney to Smataloona will be running at this pitching competition. They have nothing to lose but their authenticity.
In a first nationally, women hold the seats across three tiers of leadership within the arts in Tasmania – and the rest of us should be taking note.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia has created an information sheet to walk you through your legal rights as an artist dealing with the fallout of COVID-19.
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