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Flipside’s uniquely designed new building will be a home for community and social circus training while also accessible to the broader circus sector.
Ring Cycle postponed, Blak design celebrated, WA Museum sets open date, major acquisitions for QAGOMA and AGSA, TSO cancels season, while Adelaide Baroque heads back to the stage, plus more arts news and opportunities.
The Australian Major Performing Arts Group will wind up in September, making way for new methods of arts advocacy for the not-for-profit performing arts sector.
Faculty shuffle for UNSW Art & Design, new rooftop development for AGWA, date announced for disability forum, Melb Writers Festival program launched, immersive Van Gogh exhibition come to Australia, and more.
Carriageworks saved, thanks to a 20-year lease agreement and guaranteed annual funding - two necessities it has battled since opening in 2007, the lack of which forced it into administration.
The first mainstage production in Adelaide post-COVID is preparing to open at the newly refurbished Her Majesty’s Theatre in September, while Vitalstatistix and Patch are also readying to welcome audiences.
New home for ACP, Sydney Fringe finds global partners, big exhibition on big weather, first COVID response exhibitions, Gertrude Emerging Writers Program, plus more arts news and opportunities.
Largest Tiwi exhibition ever; landmark public sculpture for Sydney; Melbourne in lockdown; Palace Letters released; Darwin Festival homegrown program, and more artist opportunities and news.
The Victorian Government has announced a new support package to pay wages, and basic business expenses, for venues focused on original live music.
ACO mentorship program goes virtual, designs for new Ring Cycle production revealed, First Nations poetry residency, exhibitions that explore music and design, and more arts news and opportunities.
A new UniSA study, prepared in conjunction with Arts SA and Adelaide Festival Centre, indicates South Australia’s festival sector has a key role to play in reviving the State’s tourism.
Analysis of the repertoire of nine major organisations, including the QSO, MSO, SSO, TSO, ASO and WASO, reveals that only 9% of 2,006 works performed in 2019 were written by Australian composers.
From restoring Pollack's Blue poles to EOIs for new Craft Festival; success for Adelaide Festival while MSO embraces the footy, and HOTA opens for live performances, plus more opportunities and arts news.
Fifty monologues reflecting on the challenges and opportunities facing Australians as we emerge from lockdown will serve as an invaluable snapshot of this unique moment in time.
Refugee poets and spoken word artists share their work online, confronting issues of racism, injustice, colonialism, blackness, and empowerment in line with a broader global conversation, but making the point Refugee Week is every week.
Two-years, two venues and five new commissions – BLEED is a collaborative digital festival envisaged pre-COVID-19, where the digital is interrogated as a platform for co-creation, not distribution.
From around the country, artists and arts workers reflect on why the post-pandemic world will need art more than ever.
Anniversaries are moments for great celebration – especially when an arts company survives into the double digits – but the pandemic has forced doors closed, and new ways of marking the milestones.
Festivals traditionally lure in audiences with big international names, artists whose work can also help inspire local practitioners. What is the future of programming with COVID travel restrictions in place?
The pilot program of Music and Memory combines the individualised experience of other dementia programs with a live concert, ensuring socialisation and stimulation.
A new commission will retell a story of sibling rivalry that’s been shared for generations on Noongar boodja in south-west Australia.
Playwright Fleur Kilpatrick reflects on the spirit of art-making and offers a series of prompts to get your creative juices flowing again.
Simon Hinton, Artistic Director/CEO of Merrigong Theatre Company, concludes his celebration of our theatre champions.
Simon Hinton, Artistic Director/CEO of Merrigong Theatre Company, continues his celebration of our theatre champions.
In construction for every million dollars invested you get between 0.9-1.3 jobs. In the arts sector, you get 9 jobs. So why is the government not supporting the arts sector, asks APRA CEO Dean Ormston?
How to impart complex somatic body practice to students without being in the room with them? One teacher's response has been to offer audio journeys that encourage students to consider their joints, muscles, bones and nerves.
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.
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As a response to the Covid-19 lockdown, Musica Viva is presenting an online concert program, the Discover series. The first in the series was a modest live-streamed chamber music concert, with accordion and cello, offered memorable moments.
An intimate recital of early classical works from the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall.
A kaleidoscope of intersecting voices, images, themes and motifs and an extraordinary feat of collaboration for which all involved must be congratulated.
This short series for preschoolers incorporates fine and gross motor skills, Auslan, shape recognition, singing, dancing and musical terms in each episode.
A play about anxious masculinity that isn't short on tragic humour.
In these times of compulsory virus lock-down, performing arts companies across the globe have hit the airways and social media.
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