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Opportunities and awards wrap

Prize opportunities for Tassie artists, sculpture festival callout, Accessible Arts announce Olympic Park Authority resident, Sydney Theatre Awards nominations and…

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Why exercise is good for your art (from the archives)

A dancer, a pianist and a vocal coach discuss the benefits of fitness on their respective practices.


COVID staff shortages threaten arts events

As ACMI and HOTA cancel events due to staffing shortages, the question is not if but when will staff be…


Theatre review: Carnival of the Animals, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre

An all-ages journey into the seriousness of life in Perth


Omicron shortages create 'new precariousness' for performing arts

Short supplies of RATs and workers under pressure are part of the new normal for theatre and musical productions.

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33 jobs to consider for a career change in 2022

Whether you want to be behind the next blockbuster or freelance, get the insights from these professionals.


The price of arts funding

‘Arts organisations can sometimes demonstrate a strange naivety when asking for or accepting donations,’ writes Jo Caust.


First Nations calendar 2022

Whether it's in galleries or on the stage, don’t miss these flourishing First Nations talents.


Dance review: Death and the Discotheque, The Butterfly Club

Sonic loudness almost drowns out the delicacy of the dance in this rave setting.

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Omicron hits the performing arts

As the Omicron variant spreads, major performing arts productions are struggling with cast outbreaks and hesitant audiences.

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