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The My Cinema My Film Festival is a heart starter for ailing indy cinemas, with hopeful signs for post-Covid changes.
This clever coven of Australian filmmakers knows spooky, scary and stylish when they see it. Briony Kidd, Isabel Peppard, Donna McRae, Katrina Irawati Graham and Megan Riakos send us their recommendations.
Our fortnightly roundup of news, views and chats with fascinating people. Some very interesting deals being done. Cinemas are suffering, box office is down but we still found stacks of films to review.
$3m worth of funding from the National Archives of Australia will help preserve important audio and video recordings pivotal to Australian history.
Despite international borders remaining closed, it is the Aboriginal arts sector that is demonstrating how to work around the barriers, with two major exhibitions being toured to Europe this month.
The cinema sector is lining up to pressure the Victorian Government to let them open up, since they are at the very end of the recovery list.
New festival for Ballarat, Bleach returns, Aust Museum announces reopening, rare Kaurna shield returns home, audio theatre in your home, plenty of opportunities and more arts news.
Twenty-two projects, a million dollars and a surge of ghost stories will keep the development wheels churning to build the national slate for 2021.
This year’s Independent Publishing Conference, presented by the Small Press Network, will have a deep dive into the current issues and challenges faced by the industry.
FUSE announces inaugural glass artist residency, 2020 Young Archie winners announced, regional communities in WA receive $1.52m in arts and culture funding plus more news.
Statistics bear out the value of sentiment as the emotive power of diversity for the sector turns out to match the preferences of audiences.
With her occult paintings and kinky sex life, artist Rosaleen Norton caused scandal in 1950s Sydney. We talk to the director of a new documentary celebrating her life.
With many galleries still closed and social distancing in place, art on the streets has seen a spike during COVID, as a way of keeping morale up and giving artists a canvas for connection.
Comedy Baby Done would do ace business in a normal year, but is beaten handily by a grim Polish film about a fake priest which fanatics claim is blasphemous.
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art farewells director; new board members for the Chamber of Arts & Culture WA, and more.
Youth Theatre Festival goes international, art sales up for auction, in-gallery teen programming back for AGSA, Story Week Festival celebrates spoken word online, new Malthouse Theatre experience, and the latest festival and arts news.
‘The arts sector knew they had a useless minister. Now they know they have a dishonest minister.’ Shadow Minister speaks out as Fed Government fails on delivering $250M arts package for 119 days.
Your voice is more critical than ever, to help map the way out, and a way through, as Victoria turns to renewing its landmark Creative State strategy in a post pandemic climate. So Have Your Say!
Beneath a decorously savage surface, the ABC has relentlessly turned vague cliches into solid restructures. What does this look like to a patient veteran?
A new report launched by the Australia Council in partnership with Sydney Opera House shows that creative learning models better prepare students across a range of academic subjects, not just those arts associated.
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