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Are you looking for something to fill the GLOW-shaped hole in your life? We have you covered, with this new 80s-inspired Apple Original starring Rose Byrne.
Moves and shakes at SBS and NFSA. Stan mixes in some Henson magic with new film, plus reviews, announcements and insights from the week that was.
Stan and Jim Henson Company have partnered on adapting The Portable Door from Tom Holt’s popular seven-book series, and now audiences get their first peek into the Queensland production.
One month after Melbourne's RISING was forced to close after only a single night of performances, Tim Byrne reflects on the festival's impact and a sector in crisis.
With 79 French Impressionist works never before seen in Australia, NGV’s next exhibition finds connections with our own contemporary embrace of turmoil and change through beauty.
While Sydney has dodged a snap lockdown this week, heightened restrictions have impacted heavily on the arts and culture sector.
Pushing oneself to the edge of extremity.
Offering millions in funding to WA productions, this is the film body’s first production round for the 2021-2 financial year.
As Rees’ crone is born across her exhibition at Mona, a sense of the inevitability of aging is developed with an environmental parallel.
$29.5 million guaranteed to the sector in some key areas over the next half-decade is not to be sneezed at.
Industry body IGEA released the results of a survey that takes a second look at the impact of COVID-19 on the sector. And things are pretty good.
A Margaret Olley memorial garden, Adelaide Festival results, new artspace for Pilbara artists, William Robinson's Creation Series on show, Beep to tour, plus more arts news, kids programming and cast announcements.
ArtsHub speaks with South Australian Museum Director Brian Oldman on research, repatriation and retelling truths, on the Museum’s 165th anniversary.
Serangoon Road, Mystery Road, Wake in Fright and High Ground were all challenging titles, and some paid the price. Watch and decide for yourself.
From Discord to the front page of Twitch, Wholesome Games is changing the face of games. Wholesome Games founder Matthew Taylor tells us the full story of the grassroots organisation's strange journey to E3.
A look at Creative NZ’s just-released triennial survey, giving an in-depth insight into how Aotearoa views the arts.
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The scripted space at SBS will be run by Julie Eckersley with Donna Chang promoted to Commissioning Editor Scripted.
How the stunning abstract art of Hilma af Klint opens our eyes to new ways of seeing.
Variations of orchestral delight across time and place.
While the Australian government gets the vapours about regulating streaming companies, the EU and the UK go in boots and all – but the British position is just plain weird.
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