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AWM Director to leave, new Chair for WA Chamber of Arts and Culture, TarraWarra announces new appointments, and more jobs.
In some funding good news, QPAC's First Nations programming encourages the creation of more Indigenous productions and storytelling.
From light installations to rethinking history's villains, from music for suicide prevention to Bollywood's best - this week's art news is varied and rich.
The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) this week announced a new partnership with Creative New Zealand.
The sudden death of beloved Indigenous actor last Sunday in Edinburgh, Scotland, was confirmed by her ‘devastated’ family today.
2020 Guest Conductor for MSO, The Lock-Up farewell's Director, and more job announcements
Embattled Playwriting Australia (PWA) announces submissions call out for a reform of the organisation.
From a spate of art fairs to early 2020 program announcements and ticket offers for upcoming Festivals, we bring you the highlights of this week's arts news.
30-years of shaping disability access programming for America's largest cultural institutions brings lessons for change and a strong read on today's shifting tides.
After 42 years advocating for the dance sector, National Ausdance has announced its closure. While state organisations will remain, there is a gap at the national level.
The artistic directors of 22 Australian companies have expressed grave fears for the future of Playwriting Australia.
NAISDA announces new Head of Dance, new Executive Director for Circus Oz and Royal Academy of Dance, and other appointments.
We take a look at this week's top news stories from around the galleries, on stage, the festival scene, wrapping screen news and Aussies making it abroad.
Based on Baz Luhrmann’s award-winning film, Moulin Rouge! The Musical will open at newly renovated Regent Theatre in 2021.
Creative Director to leave Vivid Sydney and co-Artistic Directors appointed at Western Edge Youth Arts.
From a floating venue in Perth to a CBD takeover in Sydney, the Australian Fringe spirit remains independent, irreverent and adaptable.
From immersive theatre to burlesque, to a cabaret for children, the end of the world is trending at Melbourne Fringe.
This week celebrated Aboriginal actor Ursula Yovich will perform on stage for the final time.
What can you do as a consumer to support a living wage for artists?
Gender diverse and non-binary creatives share tips on ways to make a workspace safe, inclusive and respectful.
Hyperlocal, decolonial, diasporic, idiosyncratic – how Australia’s international arts programming is changing.
‘Intimacy can be anything from holding hands, looking into someone’s eyes, sex, dancing, masturbation or nudity.’ Miriama McDowell tells us about her new role in the arts.
Executive Director Shaun Comerford says the company’s extraordinary growth is underpinned by one important adage: the art comes first.
As Ausdance National closes, Colm O’Callaghan reflects on the National Dance Forum, contemplating Indigenous practice and investigating future advocacy.
From cutting edge performance to timeless Aboriginal art, here are ArtsHub’s picks from the Darwin Festival program.
Looking for bigger audiences and permanence for dance experiences led Sue Healey to film as a way of capturing the experience.
Fight director, actor, critic and dramaturge Dr Danielle Rosvally starts all her theatre students off with one simple lesson which begins with critical skills in the car park.
Indigenous professionals discuss what First Nations leadership looks like, and why it might offer a more viable model for bringing authority to an Indigenous-led centre.
More Opinions and Analysis
An ambitious and logistically intricate work from the Hobart-based youth dance company.
A triptych of works by Kafka with dynamic physicality.
One Fell Swoop’s circus production serves up exhilarating acrobatics and delicious contrasts.
A big, gaudy, rambunctious musical that offers a mixed bag of treats.
The Danger Ensemble’s provocative reinterpretation of The Scarlet Letter is a forceful critique of patriarchy.
A moving piece of Australian theatre that examines the brutality of forced labour.
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