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Data and diversity are central to the modern AFTRS approach, a long way from its modest and intuitive origins 45 years ago.
The musicians and the singers combined offered visceral, emotive, and powerful performances.
Bridget Ikin is a remarkable producer and we hope she inspires younger people in an industry caught between art and money.
The Chinese are pumping out new regulations about foreign workers and productions which far outstrip our domestic controls. Will it matter?
With this exhibition Mona Ryder demonstrates that she remains a major figure in Australian Art.
Intellectual property is a hotly debated topic among artists and creatives. Artist Melissa Laing shares her opinion here with a passionate polemic for generosity.
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The $10,000 Naracoorte National Art Prize is looking for artists working in two dimensions to make a national impact by bridging art and science.
A most exciting blend of traditional and contemporary dance styles.
Another epic from the master storyteller.
A panel of experts offers five lessons in leveraging your networks and finding alternative funding streams in order to grow sustainability in regional arts.
Australia’s Lost Impressionist – John Russell (2017) is an enamoured documentary reminiscing on the life of an artist that time forgot.
New Executive Director for Regional Arts Australia; co-Chairs announced for National Aboriginal Art Gallery National Reference Group, St Martins appoints Inclusion Coordinator, and more.
A new Art Gallery for Darwin, a National Women's Museum in Melbourne, architecture commissions, international co-productions, and more.
The Butterfly Tree, Harrow, Mystery Road and Picnic at Hanging Rock provided award-winning opportunities for fine composers.
A diverse range of creative practitioners will use sound, dance, music and film to explore how we can listen to plants, in a touring program which has just landed in Melbourne.
This production strikes and grasps at the audience, gouging presumption to open the heart.
Kenny Sebastian’s stand up comedic evening at The Tivoli in Brisbane delivered some genuinely funny skits, along with some surprisingly beautiful musical work.
Collaborative art forms are all about finding the right people to work with, which is bad news if you're an introvert allergic to mingling.
Youthful virtuosity, invention and musicianship.
The Tasmanian Government has announced a five year funding commitment through Events Tasmania to the Australian Musical Theatre Festival, to be held in Launceston in 2019.
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