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A 9% increase in audience and 21% increase in ticket sales helped deliver a bumper 2015 Fringe.
A new Director for 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art; a new staff member at Melbourne Fringe; and an Assistant Conductor.
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair sets new benchmark for 2015 with programming that reaches beyond the fair model.
After five years at QTC, Enoch will take over from Lieven Bertels as Festival Director for a three-year tenure from 2017-2019.
Australia's peak arts bodies have called for a Senate Inquiry into cuts to the Australia Council budget, a push backed by both Labor and the Greens.
After six years of lobbying while operating on the smell of an oily rag, state funding for the festival has finally been confirmed.
Congolese music theatre, an epic production of Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde, and the National Play Festival.
A new festival of the ecstatic, a range of exhibitions, and a state-wide music festival.
With close to 300 events scheduled over 18 days, we give you the top "must sees" for Vivid’s music, light, ideas and design events
Tantalising programs at Sydney Film Festival and The Festival of Voices have been announced, as well an international tour by STC.
From Darwin to St Kilda, a wrap-up of all the latest arts programming news from around the country.
Board member quits over unpopular decisions made by colleagues at Adelaide’s LGBT festival.
Arts Tasmania has launched a new website designed to help cultural tourists look further afield than David Walsh’s museum.
Last year's inaugural ArtsHub conference was so successful, subscribers have demanded a regular event.
From Cairns to Canberra, and Perth to Hobart, here are the latest program announcements to catch our eye.
Chamber music in regional Victoria, a live art festival, a much-loved musical and Dark Mofo are among the latest announcements.
How does a small regional town cope when 60 contemporary artists descend upon it for four days? Cementa shows how it is done.
Now the world's largest festival of light, music and ideas, this year VIVID expands to three new precincts.
A major performing arts appointment has been announced.
White Night, Winter Masterpieces and other blockbusters are under review in an attempt to keep Victorian tourism competitive.
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