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More than $750,000 will be distributed among 18 projects through the Ministry for the Art’s latest funding round.
Attendances grow for Melbourne’s newest festival pavilion, and its international vision continues with announcement of next architect.
Jazz, circus, French cinema, the Angry Penguins and more - this week's wrap of programming news.
The Chinese new year is the ideal time to explore the cultural offerings of one of Australia's oldest and culturally rich ethnic communities.
Festivals, tours, new collaborations, new productions and more feature in this week's news wrap.
Writers, filmmakers, musicians and play readings feature among this week’s arts news.
From Perth to Melbourne, and Adelaide to Brisbane, this week's announcements include musicals, exhibitions and classical music.
From Perth to Brisbane, this week's announcements include exhibitions, festivals, and ambitious seasons.
The southern hemisphere's largest arts festival will be made more navigable, with the 2016 program bringing audiences new filters, search functions and even a new genre of magic.
The inaugural Blak & Bright festival will be held in Melbourne from 19-21 February 2016.
Audience demand has ensured the late choreographer’s work is the fastest selling dance production in Adelaide Festival’s history.
The seven year itch has brought exciting new changes to Art Month Sydney, with a new director, new urban footprint and new programming.
The Creative Industries Taskforce has delivered 42 recommendations for a better-funded creative sector delivering economic and social benefits.
Our weekly wrap of exhibitions, season launches and events from across the country.
Chief Executive of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, Kath Mainland CBE, has been appointed Executive Director of Melbourne Festival.
The Andrews Government has announced funding for art projects across the state through Creative Victoria’s VicArts Grants program
A theme of empathy and understanding runs through the 2016 Perth International Arts Festival program.
The loss of Australia Council funding to the NPEA will affect employment opportunities and cultural vitality most in the Northern Territory, where there are no major arts organisations.
Josephine Ridge’s final Festival has posted a total box office take of approximately $3.3 million.
in its 40th year, Sydney Festival proves it has overcome the glitter of the harbour to provide a festival that goes where people live.
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