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Theatre review: Talking to the Future

A peek at our nation’s political past confirms that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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Escape winter’s chill for a cultural feast like no other

Darwin Festival’s 2022 program offers the perfect blend of artistic experiences, outdoor dining and balmy weather – perfect for those…

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Concert review: Serenity, ASO

A rich musical smorgasbord with a world premiere performance and a dazzling display by acclaimed violinist Emily Sun.

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Unravelling Chiharu Shiota’s threads of humanity

Studying in Australia played a huge part in shaping the career of internationally celebrated installation artist Chiharu Shitoa, currently showing…

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ARIs 'worried about their livelihoods' as pandemic drags on

What concerns are artist-run-initiatives in Adelaide and Canberra facing post lockdowns?

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Young creatives travel to Melbourne for Australian Youth Dance Festival

The showcase of emerging talent brings together 70 youth dancers from seven companies across the country to collaborate and work…

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Opportunities and awards

National Arts and Disability Awards open for nominations, research fellowships on offer plus winners of 2022 Fifty Squared Art Prize…

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Exhibition review: Transforming Worlds, NGV International

An exhibition that looks at change and tradition - as well as COVID - in contemporary Indian art and society.

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How stand-up comedy is helping cancer patients tell their stories

The therapeutic possibilities of comedy are being explored at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre through workshops run by Rachel Berger.

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Book review: Big Beautiful Female Theory, Eloise Grills

Grills critiques the fetishisation of aesthetic counterpoints by highlighting the ‘to-be-looked-at-ness’ of her own personal journey.

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