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MQFF launch, first inaugural exhibition at the new National Centre for Photography announced, Melbourne International Comedy Festival Program revealed with special announcement from the Victorian Government, and more.
New appointments for the Wheeler Centre, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company, Baluk Arts, the Queen Victoria Women's Centre, and more.
Records tumble at Arts Centre Melbourne, new leadership program announced in regional WA, festival winds up, latest program announcements, and more.
The festival has cancelled its 2019 iteration, pushing back its 30th anniversary until next year in order to develop new strategies around sustainability and longevity.
New GM for Next Wave, Speak Percussion looses Artistic Director, Board changes for Australian Writers Guild, and more
Program launches galore, including Ten Days on the Island, Adelaide Writers’ Week, Co3 Australia and Art Month Sydney, and more.
From artists and artistic directors to board members and music educators, the cultural sector has been strongly represented in this year’s Australia Day honours.
Circus Oz GM steps down, Tim Flannery rejoins Australian Museum, three new producers join Performing Lines, Horsham Gallery's new director, and more.
Presented by the Independent Dance Alliance, March Dance will feature a range of public and industry programs.
Powerhouse calls for Architect, residencies with Animal Logic and The Wheeler Centre, more money for regional arts announced, and more art news.
The Labor Party promises to double regional arts support, keep the Powerhouse Museum at its Ultimo location and increase support for Western Sydney.
Sydney Theatre Awards announced as Queensland’s Matilda Awards and Tasmanian Theatre Awards reveal nominations.
A change of dancers for Sydney Dance Company, new Director at Adelaide Film Festival, and more.
Brett Whiteley is no longer exclusive to the visual arts, but has become part of Australian mythology. ArtsHub speaks with those involved in creating this landscape of memory, to ask: why now?
Art Stage Singapore cancelled, Next Wave calls on artists for form government, MPavilion extends summer program, and more.
Adelaide has been selected as the host city of the 2020 Fringe World Congress, which will be held to coincide with Adelaide Fringe’s 60th anniversary.
Propelled by the Human Rights Commission Report into Children in Immigration Detention, Cat Hope’s opera transcends the political to create art with compassion.
Pairing with local businesses with an established customer base can help transform unengaged audiences into cabaret fans.
In the wake of January’s devastating bushfires, Ten Days on the Island offers Tasmanians a chance to come together and celebrate our shared humanity.
Juggling a creative career with irregular work and income is challenging at the best of times, but what happens when you have kids? Fiona Harris shares her secrets.
Whether it’s pavement art, graffiti, or murals, creating work for the street can be a very different experience to creating a body of work for a gallery space.
Music can help bring people onside before they even realise they are onside, says Aboriginal songwriter and survivor of the Stolen Generations, Brian Morley.
As more new Australian works are developed, the desire to investigate alternative dramaturgies, in order to say what can't otherwise be said, is growing.
First Nations artists and arts workers offer advice on how to embrace the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
As a decline in long-form criticism erodes audience literacy, writing that demystifies the making of professional theatre will become even more sought after. So why is it mocked by the old guard?
Our language tells us a lot about who we are: our confidence, our embrace of trends, our professionalism and our priorities. So what did 2018 say?
In her 2018 Philip Parsons Memorial Lecture, playwright Alana Valentine speaks about the power of the collective experience and those rare moments when a work of art becomes a conduit for spontaneous community expression.
Artistic Director of Chamber Made, Tamara Saulwick, reflects on the lack of time and opportunity for artists to gather and talk about the work they want to see, and offers a practical solution.
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The ramshackle rooms of a former home for elderly and destitute men become the site of a new dance work by STRUT in collaboration with Punchdrunk's Maxine Doyle and collaborators.
Seventy years after its first Broadway opening, Arthur Miller’s timeless tragedy returns to Brisbane in a respectful production.
Another production where almost everything that could go wrong does. From the team that brought us The Play That Goes Wrong comes the next exciting installment – Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
Small, quiet moment of poetry shine in this world of darkness, tragedy and many, many feathers.
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This year, Perth has once again been favoured by visits from a wide variety of artists, both local and visiting.
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