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Sydney Contemporary Fair cancelled, AGSA first art museum to reopen, $5.2m in AusCo Grants announced, Opera Australia cancels entire national program, and more arts news.
The Australian stage and screen actor, whose work included roles in The Devil’s Playground and The Dismissal, has died of a heart attack aged 80.
Free opera, healing gardens for Heide, more cash on the table for artists, plus a new lease for Theatre Royal - this is the week's top arts news.
Australia's largest multi-arts organisation is the first to tumble into administration as a result of COVID-19 closures and the lack of government support.
From navigating Cook to virtual talent competition, to new state funding announcements and opportunities for artists - we take a look at this week's arts news.
ArtsHub is launching a new mental health series of the sector with the support of the Judith Neilson Institute.
Create NSW has announced $6.34 million in support of the NSW small-medium arts and screen sector, with accommodation assistance, funds for new initiatives, quick response grants and fellowships.
With the creative industries among those hardest hit by COVID-19 shutdowns, the Victorian Government is stepping in to help both individual artists and arts organisations.
News on opportunities, watch to watch online this week, and all the positive news around the edges of COVID-19
Spectra lights up Hobart, ACMI project voted world's best, AI-style Eurovision team announced, Sydney Writers' Festival receives funding, plus more arts news.
NSW Arts Minister Don Harwin resigns after non compliance with COVID-19 isolation rules.
Indigenous Arts, Regional Arts and Support Act are the recipients of a targeted multi-million dollar package for the arts, but many still fall between cracks.
Bans on gatherings of more than 100 people meant Mudlark’s production of a new Tasmanian play could not go ahead. The loss of income is dire news for the small professional company.
As arts organisations go online, a whole bunch of opportunities have opened up for artists - we give you the latest news on what's happening in the sector this week.
As we watch our beloved creative sector suffer, a number of grass roots schemes help us to support each other.
As arts orgs close their doors, other opportunities are being presented for artists. We give you a wrap of the week's news at a time when things are being decimated by COVID-19.
The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries’ decision to suspend existing funding programs and focus on emergency relief has frustrated some WA artists.
As arts and cultural organisations plan to open their doors with easing restrictions, it’s critical to put members and subscribers first. This is why.
What the data tells us about when, and how, to reopen while getting the cost-wellbeing equation right.
Music is at its most powerful when experienced live, so how have educators been able to shift classes online and still inspire students?
The internationally acclaimed percussionist and Artistic Director of Ensemble Offspring says her intimate studio concerts presented over Zoom have generated both income and engagement.
When a touch-based theatre company adapted to social isolation they found new ways to engage with their audiences.
Acting classes have had to evolve because of COVID-19, resulting in some remarkably liberated performers.
In the coronavirus crisis there have been calls from all sides to 'save the arts', but we should also ask what sort of arts industry we want to save.
The thriving network of venues across the state needs greater support from the State Government, argues Rob Robson, Chair of the Victorian Association of Performing Arts Centres.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian recently took over the portfolio of Arts Minister with the resignation of Don Harwin, but does she have the focus the arts needs right now?
With COVID-19 closures, visibility for arts organisations is more important than ever to maintain audiences, and grow new support.
We asked readers what their top priorities were to funding our way through COVID-19 and beyond. Here are the results.
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With concert halls closed for the foreseeable future, the MSO is presenting livestream and pre-recorded concerts online.
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