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Artists Ramesh Nithiyendran and Judy Watson have each been commissioned to make an outdoor artwork ahead of HOTA's new $60.5 million gallery opening.
Jamie Hilton has a viable business making low-budget indy arthouse films. This is how he does it.
Leah Purcell's The Drover's Wife will world premiere at SXSW, along with Gracie Otto's music doc Under the Volcano. There are festivals, conferences, tributes and more in our snappy fortnightly wrap.
The first AIDC award nominees have been announced, celebrating documentarians across podcasting,TV, film, augmented reality, and virtual reality.
The executive producer of The Queen's Gambit, the Unreal Engine and the Canado-gallic mind behind the Assassin's Creed franchise. What more can we want?
Think Tank Dance Assembly will advocate for independent dance practitioners in the wider dance sector.
A musical celebration of the African-Australian diaspora, The Deep North, is told through a fusion of hip-hop, R’n’B, art, multimedia and more.
COVID grants available for artists, Powerhouse names creatives for residency program, Laura Greaves announced as WestWords writer in residence, plus more opportunities and awards.
From tracking ancient Songlines to the most contemporary artworks by First Nations artists, we pinpoint 11 must see First Nations exhibitions this year.
Creators Fund offers up to $50k for Victorian-based creatives who want to undertake creative research or professional development. Applications are now open and game developers and studios are eligible.
The basic outline of the year's local film festivals is now available, but plenty of details are yet to come. Here is the first list of goodies.
'An incomparable deflator of male egos and fantasies', Lesley Stern's vivid intellect made a big mark on the Australian film scene of the 80s and 90s. Remembering his own bumpy encounter, Adrian Martin expresses enduring admiration.
Audiences are still pouring in to see The Dry, despite more recent temptations.
Persevering through rejection and criticism are vital for successful artists but they are even more important when your ideas are unconventional.
Garry Stewart to leave Australian Dance Theatre after 22 years, Vitalstatistix appoints Executive Producer, Creative Partnerships Australia appoints NSW/ACT state manager, and more.
‘It is more than the objects – it is a culture,’ said Patricia Piccinini, of her Skywhale family, and their capacity to capture a collective contemporary narrative of family and care – and dealing with a lack of control.
While most screen creators fight for a piece of the mainstream pie, true indies can be rewarded for their insane commitment to high art. To our delight.
The ongoing state inquiry into grants has found a process that is difficult to understand and which makes it harder for individual artists to apply, according to sector representatives.
Artists working in schools, new festival for Newcastle, chalking on Parliament steps, Carriageworks takeover, film meets chamber music and rockin' new venue for Brunswick, plus more arts news.
Melbourne artist Virginia Fraser is well remembered for her photo media works, her spirit to collaborate, advocacy for women artists and her sensitivity when writing about others. She leaves an important legacy.
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