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MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL: The flagship project of this year’s festival is a collaborative exploration of Live Art.
AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS ARTS FOUNDATION: On Monday night at the Sofitel Grand Ballroom in Melbourne the eight Victorian winners of the Australian Business Arts Foundation 2010 Awards were announced, completing the state-based awards nights for this year.
THE AUSTRALIA COUNCIL: The Australia Council for the Arts this month launches a series of commissioned essays to promote debate about the artistic vibrancy of our major performing arts companies. In this first essay, Dr Richard Mills AM, composer, conductor and artistic director of the West Australian Opera, talks age and opera as he reflects on the value of heritage in the arts.
Abbotsford Convent has been subjected to a raft of reviews, which all say the same thing: that they receive no government money. They must make it on their own.
JUNCTION 2010: Our cities can cast a shadow across artists in regional and remote communities trying desperately to be heard.
A recent call for an overhaul of the Australia Council misses the real culprit. If Australian cultural policy is in disarray, it is not the Australia Council that is at fault: it is the Department for Water, Heritage and the Arts.
Find out what the 2009-2010 Budget means for the arts sector. While last year’s Federal Budget mostly targeted the inner city, the 2009-2010 Budget has cast its largesse further afield, with the Indigenous arts sector one of the big winners this year.
I recently read an article which claimed that the sectors that do well in recessions are alcohol, gambling, hairdressing and sex – an interesting combination of basic urges and discretionary spending. But as we enter a year that looks certain to be economically gloomy, how might the arts fare?
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.
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