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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.
Nominations for the 78th Golden Globes have been announced, with Netflix cleaning up, nods for Australian actors – and some notable exclusions.
Watch these names and faces. You need them on your radar.
The production investments since Covid really struck may be a short list, but we should sense the power rather than feel the size.
Concept design revealed for Adelaide’s Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre, created by architects Woods Bagot in consultation with Aboriginal leaders, and slated to open in 2025.
Australia's symphony orchestras provided 2,644 jobs (2,115 of them to artists) in 2019. Symphony Services Australia is now calling for JobKeeper to be extended after 31 March.
Four Indigenous composers demonstrate how a piano – an artefact of colonisation – can be a tool for unification.
Thrive offers grants of up to $10,000 for Deaf & Disabled artists, nominations announced for Telstra Ballet Dancer Awards, Regional WA artists receive funding boost, and more opportunities and awards.
Despite cutting its staff by half as COVID hit, the Biennale of Sydney delivered over 600 programs to audiences, and recorded other interesting statistics as it pivoted online.
Run this year in the Famous Spiegeltent, Flickerfest puts a bunch of new short films before the public eye. They are always fine indicators of rising careers.
Yes, Australian audiences do like Australian films, as High Ground, the toughest of the new releases, makes a solid entrance.
PICA and Perth Festival have postponed the opening of numerous events, while Fringe World has cancelled five nights worth of shows.
The Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards have been announced online, with Laura Jean McKay’s prescient story about a novel virus taking out this year’s Fiction category as well as the overall Victorian Prize for Literature.
After the social isolation COVID-19 has caused, this year's All About Women Festival will provide a space for people to come together to talk, think and be reminded we're no longer alone.
Brett Sheehy to leave MTC, new CEO for Museums & Galleries of NSW, Perth Festival appoints Head of Programming, and more.
The James Bond franchise shows a sector in disarray, and its fabulous power to prevail.
Rich resources in Australian stories right now, as High Ground and Occupation: Rainfall arrive to join The Dry and Penguin Bloom.
Envisioned as the largest contemporary art and design gallery in the country, the design competition for NGV Contemporary is only open to Australian architectural teams.
COVID has barely touched the growing local game development industry, but IGEA's survey also reveals some stark truths about gender disparity.
From dinosaurs and ancient Egypt to Aboriginal Songlines, Australian museums this year will deliver a diverse and energised suite of exhibitions to welcome visitors back to the wonderment of shared stories.
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