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Featuring bands and musicians playing AC/DC songs on the backs of semi-trailers, a free event will close the 2020 Perth Festival.
Musician Cold Ghost celebrates local culture and story in a new project at HOTA.
From an online disability art portal, to a new ACMI x RMIT partnership, Womadelaide's 2020 program, DESIGN Canberra highlights and a major exhibition by Louise Weaver, we take a look at this week's arts news.
The biennial Keir Choreographic Award is dedicated to the commissioning of new choreographic work and promoting innovative, experimental and cross-artform practice in contemporary dance.
Women in Music Awards, winner of Fauvette Loureiro Scholarship, Nonfiction Young Writers shortlisted and more accolades this week.
In his first program at Carriageworks, new CEO Blair French puts local Australian artists at the core with a focus on Indigenous and female artists.
Brisbane’s Circa have been invited to become a Major Performing Arts company as the MPA Framework itself is set to be replaced.
From contemporary art tapestries to postcard art, ACO's largest performance to date and Japanese Manga mania, this week's arts news is diverse and energised.
The Board of WA’s State Theatre Company has renewed the Artistic Director’s contract for another three years and publicly committed to supporting a bold artistic vision.
Gillian Armstrong and Pearl Tan speak out on taking over the power positions in film, TV and theatre, plus how women can build sustainable careers.
Australian design, teen program at AGSA, State Library of Victoria reopening, Blak LAB, National Portrait Prize and more.
Art in the Vines, Jaipur Literature Festival, Māori artefacts on their way home, Hazel Rowley Fellowship opens, and more.
The Australian Ballet this week announced its 2020 season, marking David McAllister’s final year with the company.
Teachers and educators are concerned that the arts curriculum is not being effectively taught in Australian schools.
59 artists announced for Never the Same River; Tarnarthi program revealed; TSO drops Hobart concert; residency programs and more.
As his fourth and final MIAF enters its last week, Holloway reflects on his time in Melbourne and what working in Australia has taught him.
Cinematographer Meg White has turned her anguish into art. She hopes that talking more openly about mental health in the workplace will bring relief for others.
With so many benefits for the mind, spirit, and art itself, creativity has the power to heal us and improve our overall mental wellness on a large scale.
Being a performer can teach handy techniques that can help when coping with anxiety.
The Australia Council’s five-year strategy and the SA Arts Plan foster a culture of corporate speak and divisive competition.
We look through our best stories to find these tops reads on how the sector can confront climate change from activist museums to an immersive work set in the eco-pocalypse.
Addressing the climate emergency and improving relationships with Indigenous Australians and Pacific Islanders means building people-to-people exchange, according to our new British High Commissioner.
When actor Neil Pigot found himself diagnosed with depression he denied the diagnosis and tried to go on. With that ‘regrettable decision’ he prolonged his recovery and made it harder to find a way out.
Arts and wellness educator Molly W. Schenck talks about how to have tough conversations in art without traumatising collaborators.
With 2020 shaping up as a stellar year for Australian performance, Alison Croggon picks her highlights from reimagined icons, thrilling casting and all the tickets to sell your grandmother for.
Young delegates faced the pressing issues of our time at this year's National Youth Arts Summit.
There’s been a lot of talk about the need for an institution dedicated to First Nations performing arts. Carissa Lee argues that such an institution could segregate our culture and support the ‘doom narratives’ of the past.
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