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The idea that popular TV is 'bad TV' may be more overt in the UK, but it runs deep even in the Australian screen sector.
The drily titled The Dry is doing remarkable business which could well be leg one of a trifecta.
The former Go Betweens violinist and longtime screen composer talks AACTA wins for Brazen Hussies and Babyteeth, juggling jobs, facing fears and why she wishes LESS music was used in film and TV.
New CEO for Brown’s Mart Theatre and a new Chair at Penrith Performing & Visual Arts.
The award-winning building in Chippendale will host new digital commissions featuring a diverse group of collaborators, including Sydney Dance Company and many more.
'The ability to focus, without interruption and just inhabit a beautiful space where you're working extremely fast with clarity.' Nerida Tyson-Chew reflects on life as a screen composer.
The Andrews Labor Government has announced its latest grant round recipients as part of the Victorian Music Industry Recovery Program.
Craft symposium announced, MCA collection rehang, Experimenta Triennial of Media Art news, Mona kids picture book, and more arts news and opportunities.
For the first time Queer Screen’s Mardi Gras Film Festival will be presented in a hybrid format, catering to the cinema-going public and those who want to watch from home.
From state galleries to the small to medium sector, and with a focus on survey exhibitions and First Nations works, visual arts editor Gina Fairley takes a look at what will shape 2021.
Fake history fuelling harassment, or a brilliant activist project that confronts individual perceptions? Facebook removed link this week to a virtual exhibition by a disabled artist activist movement.
Screen Forever moves online, ACMI's set to reopen, and classy Australian films screen at cinemas. Here's what you need to know this fortnight.
RØDE Founder donates $5 million to the Sydney Festival, with a message to philanthropists that the arts need their help.
From pop up galleries in empty shops, using trams and traffic barriers, billboards and pocket urban parks and laneways - Sydney and Melbourne are flourishing outside 'the white cube' of the conventional gallery, post COVID.
Sydney Theatre Company announces resident artists for 2021, Clifroy prize winner announced, Darwin Fringe Festival call out, plus more opportunities and award news.
A cutting edge $3.5 million multimedia arts facility on Lake Macquarie is set to open in 2021, designed by an architecture student and on track to boost tourism by $15 million.
Heading towards $7 million, The Dry will be making the core team of Harry Cripps, Robert Connolly, Steve Hutensky, Jodi Matterson and Bruna Papandrea very happy. And ageless leading man Eric Bana.
This year’s summer holiday programs offer something for everyone from arty bushwalks to new partnerships in changed times, so what is some of the thinking behind creating them?
The dates are in and 2021 is shaping up nicely for the arts, despite the possibility of pandemic postponements.
From American Doug Aitken, to Van Gogh's Sunflowers to Australian favourite Clarice Beckett, 60s fashionista Mary Quant and the return of The National and the Indigenous Triennial – we plot the blockbusters for 2021.
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