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SCREEN AUSTRALIA: With the wide range of content now available across new digital television channels and the Internet, how will Australian content fare?
Of all the terrible ideas for a play, American playwright Annie Baker hit on a winner with Circle Mirror Transformation, which is currently having its Australian premier at the MTC.
NEW MUSICALS AUSTRALIA: The tragic story of The Whitlams is just one of the many possible new Australian musicals that might see the light of day after receiving new development.
BRISBANE FESTIVAL: Artistic Director Noel Staunton’s three year contract has been renewed for another two years by the Brisbane Festival.
Andrew started at Victorian non-profit music organisation The Push in 2006 as the Artist Development Coordinator and oversees numerous Push projects and events such as FReeZA Push Start state-wide battle of the bands competition.
WILLOUGHBY CITY COUNCIL: The winners of the Willoughby Sculpture Prize have been announced.
ART GALLERY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA: Launched in 2008 to assist the State Art Collection acquisition of works, the Tomorrowfund has reached its target of $25 million.
You’d think that the head of a major writers festival would’ve been inspired to undertake a career in literature after a revelatory reading of Dostoyevsky or Faulkner, but for Melbourne Writers Festival Director Steve Grimwade it was spoken word featuring hip hop artists and punk rockers that drew him in.
RMIT UNIVERSITY: Printmaker Tate Adams will exhibit at RMIT Gallery next month.
SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE: A new series of free monthly talks about the arts will start on the 25th of August.
NSW PREMIER: The NSW Arts Minister George Souris today announced the shortlisted entrants for the 2011 Premier’s History Awards.
ARTS VICTORIA: A group of diverse Victorian musicians and organisations will receive new government funding.
Australia’s newest cultural organisation, Writing Australia launched its online presence and a new $10,000 Unpublished Manuscript award on Thursday night at the Wheeler Centre in Melbourne.
OzAsia's Wasabi Short Film Festival is a cinematic competition with an Asian flavour. Screening entrants from emerging Adelaide filmmakers, there’s one catch – it must feature wasabi.
Marieke Hardy is an emerging star of Australian humour with a CV including screenwriting, radio, tv and opinion.
Sophie Cunningham is a Melbourne-born writer and editor with 25 years' experience.
Kate Grenville offers her insights on writing.
The 2011 Melbourne Writers Festival kicks off with two exciting keynote events from Jonathan Franzen and Shaun Tan.
Apart from smoking opium, poet Charles Baudelaire also celebrated the idea of the flâneur - and so is MWF.
Not only a City of Literature, Melbourne is also the number one gastronomic destination in the country.
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