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Promenade performance in Guerrilla Fest presents diverse experiences of homelessness in Perth.
The festival program features Australian names like Archie Roach, Christos Tsiolkas and Helen Garner alongside international stars including Tash Aw, Chigozie Obioma, and Joy Harjo.
Cultural diplomacy helps advance Australian influence and fund global arts engagement but also puts political pressure on artists.
Still recovering from a long weekend? From raw owl's eggs to 'Polish Bison', the great writers all have their own hair of the dog but the hangover has a rich cultural history.
This week Bundanon Trust breaks ground on its environmentally prepared building project with an announcement of additional funding and Minister Fletcher stating he is 'alive to the impact of bushfires on artists'.
The third instalment in Melbourne poet Π.O’s trilogy is a playful journey through Australian art history.
Let's look at who's sitting pretty in the Aussie box office, as Oscars season starts to heat up.
Opera Australia’s revival run of Sir David McVicar’s production is part revelatory – and part not.
A deliciously camp version of the Noël Coward play, direct to Australian screens from the London stage.
There are moments of gentle humour and intimacy in this production but the story is indulgent and implausible.
An absorbing and intimate new Australian musical exploring long-distance love.
Bong Joon-ho’s Golden Globes acceptance speech elucidated a contradiction; while film audiences across the world are consuming more non-English language films, there is a persistent resistance to subtitles.
What starts as a funny and relatable exposé of middle-class hypocrisy becomes uncomfortably screamy, shouty and stereotypical.
Despite a consuming focus on name performers, this year's list in screen finds some dedicated nation changers as well.
Working behind the scenes in the circus sector isn’t for everyone, but if you have a good head for heights and know what makes a stage safe, rigging could be the career for you.
The inaugural Can’t Do Tomorrow urban and street art festival will pack a multi-level warehouse space with locally produced art and installations, a political world premiere and feature a 22-carriage freight train as a moving gallery.
Mary de Ruyter talks to two artists and asks them how their enviable creative life.
Weaver is an artist who looks beyond the surface, who uses materiality and familiarity to usher the viewer into a deeper consideration of our world.
Wesley Enoch, Rachel Griffiths and Tim Minchin are among those honoured on Australia Day for their contributions to the arts.
Rescued from solitude, Australian screen composers and songwriters cross pollinate like crazy in Los Angeles hothouse.
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