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Professional choral music ensemble wins new audiences in Brisbane

One Equal Music’s 2024 season offers a diverse repertoire of early and contemporary vocal music.

Powerhouse Residency open for applications. L-R: Stefania Gertis, Jenny Kee, Iordanes Spyridon Gogos. Photo: Zan Wimberley. Three peopel wearing colourful sculptural garments standing in a studio space with white walls. The garments have dreamy tones of pink, purple and bnlue, with sculptural bits poking out like patterned paper cuts.

Opportunities and awards

New funding for music, circus, regional arts and more, plus winners at the PDAs and AWGIEs.

Billy Fogarty, a non-binary actor, performing on stage. Image is a performer downstage in a black top and black hat, with one hand on their hip and the other touching their lower neck. Behind them in the background is a figure in dark trousers and a light shirt.

New possibilities: casting and training non-binary actors

The industry and training institutions are rushing to keep up with a softening of gender binaries.

A curly-headed young man in traditional Sri Lankan dress dances joyfully on a bare stage.

Counting and Cracking: RISING to stage Belvoir’s acclaimed theatrical epic

The Melbourne season of S. Shakthidharan’s multigenerational drama is being co-produced with University of Melbourne Arts and Culture.


Perth Festival midpoint round-up

Halfway through Iain Grandage's fifth and final Perth Festival and there's plenty of entertainment and provocation to enjoy. Even for…

Profile photo of a man with brown hair and a black t-shirt against a blue background. Daniel Connell.

Comedy review: Daniel Connell: Little Aussie Battler, Fringe World, WA

A comic with the requisite flair for storytelling.

A man playing the piano is on the right hand side, in the background surrounding him are violinists, standing upright. Camerata, Alex Raineri.

Music review: Camerata and Alex Raineri: Beethoven, QPAC

A classic German program opened Camerata’s powerful 2024 season. 

Three people are hanging out of a yellow car, which has cut-off panels. Stunt Double.

Theatre review: Stunt Double, Perth Festival

Inside the filming of a 1970s Aussie action flick – with cast, crew, stunt doubles and volunteers.

Meet Me at Dawn. Two women on a small stage set of a two sides of a broken down wall (with a door in one and window in the other), blue sand beneath. One woman is seated leaning back and the other is standing and gesturing with her palms face up.

Theatre review: Meet Me at Dawn, Arts Centre Melbourne

Losing your bearings in this play about grief and loss.

job interview. Three women at a desk, two with their backs to the camera, one on the other side being interviewed.
Career Advice

Toolkit for hiring staff

Hire well and you will save yourself a lot of problems later on. ArtsHub looks at the key steps in…

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