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The corporate world is flushed with imaginative attempts to reawaken office team-spirit and melt away those interperatonal tensions.
Jo Duffy’s debut Darwin Festival offers an eclectic mix of Indigenous, international and local artists.
It’s a year of change for the Brisbane Festival.
Book publishing is a notoriously inexact science. In fact it’s not a science at all. It’s more a combination of whim, intuition, experience and the rather nebulous concept of “the market” and what it might, or might not, like. It’s a very unpredictable industry – but that’s also what makes it exciting to be part of.
Craig Silvey grew up on an orchard in the south of WA. His first novel, Rhubarb, was published in 2004 when he was just 22, earning him a coveted Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelist Award.
On this coming Easter weekend, 500 lucky ducks will come together at a sheep station in Tallarook to shake it loose together at the 3rd Boogie Festival.
The Melbourne International Jazz Festival is set to hit the streets on April 26, and the level of local interest and engagement has seen the festival develop a fervent following in its ten year history according to organizers Artistic Director Michael Tortoni and Program Director Sophie Brous.
"He asked me if I was interested in playing the part of Creon and I said sure, because he said he was going to have a live band, and so straight away I was interested because it was going to be more expansive than the usual talking heads sort of thing."
An award-winning audio-visual journey through the folk communities of six countries affected by the 2004 tsunami, mastered and enhanced at the EarthSync studio, India.
There’s only 11 months to wait til curtains up on new Artistic Director Lindy Hume’s 2010 Sydney Festival. The final Eat, Drink, Art, Talk event for this year's festival was a Q&A between Lindy Hume and Melbourne International Arts Festival Artistic Director, Brett Sheehy. Arts Hub went along to find out more...
Austrian actor and singer Martin Niedermair speaks to Arts Hub about his upcoming performance of Tell Tale Heart with Barrie Kosky at the Sydney Festival.
Scott Wright co-founded visual and physical theatre company ERTH in Ballarat in 1990. The successful company is now housed in Sydney’s newest contemporary arts development, CarriageWorks. Their latest work, premiering at Sydney Festival before touring to Perth, is an adaptation of Patricia Wrightson’s children’s book, The Nargun and The Stars, featuring puppets, live actors, and digital animation.
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