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Australia looks good in the international marketplace but the competition will get fiercer and fiercer. We have to urgently solve one serious problem in the subsidy system.
Writer and director Jan Sardi, and production designer Robbie Perkins are significant in very different ways in lives well lived.
A new work by dancers with disability uses crowdfunding and matched funding to open a new work in Lismore despite COVID-19.
Among the many COVID-19 surveys currently being conducted, Music Victoria and partner peak bodies reveal that 42% of operators in the live music sector believe they will not reopen.
Actor and playwright Meyne Wyatt delivered three minutes of explosive television on Q&A last night. It's a war cry against racism that storytellers must hear.
In a list that is heavily weighted towards the law and politics this year, the arts barely gets a look in – and largely at a ground roots level.
New artistic leadership at Canberra Symphony Orchestra, Port Fairy Folk Festival’s new Program Director, new Board members at Regional Arts Victoria, and more.
Reopening news, opportunities for artists, a major gift of paintings to AGSA, ACOs Tognetti celebrates 30th anniversary, introducing The Reservoir Room, and more arts news.
Peak body Live Performance Australia has unveiled a two-year recovery plan for the sector, including a JobKeeper extensions, a Business Reactivation Fund and additional support for the Australia Council.
The market for stock footage on the net is becoming a specialised niche of its own as society becomes more visual.
Blackfella's head of factual talks about keeping a format fresh and avoiding tackiness in the third season of SBS's 'Filthy Rich & Homeless'.
The Emerging Writers’ Festival is bringing its complete program online. ArtsHub spoke with EWF’s Artistic Director Ruby-Rose Pivet-Marsh about some of her program highlights.
Cinemas, distributors and producers come out of hibernation with precautions in place, while festivals soldier bravely online.
While festivals have always championed local artists, such prerogatives will become all the more urgent as we recover from COVID-19, says Perth Festival’s Nathan Bennett.
The appearance of Ammonite at the Cannes Film Festival is just words on a piece of paper, but they cast a spell to break a viral curse.
Angela Goh receives Beyond the Studio Fellowship, Port Phillip Arts Rescue Package announced and Copyright Agency announces additional funding.
Prepared to support local writers, this professional development program goes national and global, with guaranteed places for SA writers. Christy Dena brings her expertise and research.
A Sydneysider with a passion for her city's stories, Olivia Ansell's first Sydney Festival program will be presented in 2022.
While it might have started with a stale sandwich, the legacy of Christo stretches from Sydney's coastline to some of the world's most iconic site, bringing joy to many people and ushering their love of contemporary art.
Screen executive Bill Gavin, known for some wonderful NZ films, cut his professional teeth in London and became a force in the expansion of Hoyts in Australia.
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