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Book review, Raised By Wolves, Jess Ho

Lifting the lid on food and hospo culture.


Season cancelled after theatre abruptly condemned

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s Fremantle theatre has been condemned without warning, disrupting the company’s season, revenue and other activities.


Book review: Sundressed, Lucianne Tonti

Sustainable fashion and why it matters where our clothes come from.


Flood-affected artists take vital steps to recovery

The first artists’ forum held since Lismore’s devastating floods brought over 200 creatives together to begin mapping their future.

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Opinions & Analysis

How to make a National Cultural Policy submission (and why you should)

Submissions to the National Cultural Policy consultation don’t have to be complex; what’s important is that they’re made in large…


12 new art spaces you suggested we visit

Step off the beaten track and explore these new art spaces, from the unconventional to the community-orientated.


Opportunities and awards

Call out for pilot Ballet residency, National Regional Arts Fellowships plus celebrating designers, First Nations musicians and WA’s performing arts…


Persuasion and Bridgerton: ‘cool’ history kills the context

Progressive sensibilities deserve praise but what's lost in a context-free approach to the once fusty and boring period costume drama?


How a life at NIDA helped shape Australian talent

In his new memoir, An Eye for Talent: A Life at NIDA, former Director John Clark remembers the institution and…

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It’s agreed by government: Fake Art Harms First Nations Culture

Productivity Commission report confirms that Fake Art Harms First Nations Culture, and invites sector feedback on recommendations.

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