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Arts Minister Rod Welford has announced leading human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson as a key speaker at the 2009 Ideas Festival.
The Veronicas, Rogue Traders and Powderfinger are the most played Australian artists in the country, but a tune by electro group The Potbelleez claimed the most airplay in the past year.
Tasmania was missed off a map of Australia on posters promoting the epic movie Australia.
THE future of the Falls Festival appears secure, at least for another year.
The tech boffins at your ABC are working hard to ensure they stay on the cutting edge of new media this year. Dan Fill and his team are hidden away in a secret research bunker, in an office building around the corner from Aunty's Melbourne headquarters at Ripponlea.
ADELAIDE surrealist human sculptor Andrew Baines has found his way to global coverage.
Entrepreneur, jazz and art expert and former air force pilot Kym Bonython has thrown his support behind the latest attempt to pass voluntary euthanasia laws in South Australia.
THIS year's arts calendar will be even more packed than usual, with the Brisbane Festival and events celebrating Queensland's 150th anniversary.
Surely the mother of all freebies. Starting at 2pm with a program of family-oriented events and activities in Hyde Park and climaxing with a free concert in the Domain headlined by the inimitable Grace Jones, this year's Festival First Night rolls out the welcome mat to the entire city.
Australian author Colleen McCullough's epic novel The Thorn Birds will be staged as a musical to tour Britain this year.
TELL YOUR STORY in three minutes to win one of three Network Production Grants, providing screen makers equipment and facilities hire to the total value of $7,500.
The first heat of Poetry Idol 2009 will be held as part of the launch of the Paradise Anthology.
Two separate groups of students and graduates from the South Australian School of Art (SASA) will be travelling to Tasmania next week to participate in the biennial Australian Association of Glass Artists’ (Ausglass) conference in Hobart.
A national hunt has been launched for truck drivers who write poetry to participate in a new project that aims to portray their experiences spanning urban build-up to wide open spaces.
Melbourne’s soon-to-be-opened new home of music-making took delivery of its first instruments.
The Young Entrepreneurs Success program has been designed to provide a nononsense guide to business growth and marketing for the creative industry sector.
The variety and quality of art across regional Australia and even its power to transform lives has been revealed in a new collection of stories published by Regional Arts Australia.
The Sum of Us nominated for four awards in community theatre's "night of nights"
The 2009 World of Difference program, which is open for applications from 1 January, is giving four Australians the opportunity to spend a year working for charity with their salary and expenses, up to $75,000, paid by the Vodafone Australia Foundation.
Call for Proposals - International Conference "Performing Arts Training Today". April 21-24, 2009 - Slovenia.
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