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Dancer David McAllister among only five awarded this year's highest honour, with a list generally that has shifted its focus, with the highest number of women in history and a strong recognition of diversity and underrepresented.
Open House Melbourne and Sydney Folk Festival programs revealed; galleries and TicTok; SA Museum turns 165; Carriageworks' first regional collaboration, Hamilton's coming to Melbourne, and more arts news and events.
Fox Galleries launches 'Modern Seasons: the Great Curve', a publication and exhibition series exploring the four seasons lived under COVID.
UK/Australia grants up for grabs, Bronwyn Bancroft named inaugural NSW Aboriginal Creative Fellow, six writers named for mentorship, plus more awards and opportunities.
Successful writers dishing up their views on reading and writing in a most palatable manner
A fractured fairytale exposing the thin line between love and control.
Professor Kathryn Williams takes a look at a recent trend in children's literature – trees.
Premiers for WA Ballet and NORPA, Opera in Canberra, Tasmanian Aboriginal children's book, and more arts news.
A satirical and ferocious reappraisal of Australiana kitsch through a poetic Indigenous perspective.
A dark, twisted modern fairytale of sisters, secrets and strangeness
From the author of The Trauma Cleaner comes a new book about the depths and nuances of belief
Dark Mofo on hold for ticket release, Margaret River Open Studio hits new record, David Roche Museum celebrates anniversary, QSO and didgeridoo premier, plus more arts news.
China residencies announced, The Next Chapter calling writers, Ravenswood Women Arts Prize winner, black&write! Fellowships announced, Writing NSW mentorship, plus more winners and opportunities.
Five eclectic books to welcome you to Reconciliation Week.
Jenny Holtzer for RISING; Brisbane Comedy Festival announces program; Ancient Greeks come to WA Museum, and Hannah Gadsby announces national tour, and more arts news.
Tara June Winch's The Yield is complex, crackling with words, a meditation on the power of Indigenous language. Tony Briggs takes up the challenge.
How are writers of children’s and young adult books being trained to tell difficult and diverse stories? We speak with Deakin University, the only children’s literature major at an undergraduate level in Australia, to learn more.
Calling for entries to the Melbourne Prize for Literature, be part of Sydney Craft Week, NGV’s 2021 Architecture Commission announced, plus other prize winners and opportunities.
Emily Spurr's debut novel presents its characters compassionately, without being tentative in her approach to their pain.
Award-winning poet Melinda Smith offers some tips and tricks for applying for the funding that might just make your project a success.
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