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She Speaks, a day of concerts and conversations presented by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, celebrates the works of female composers past and present.
$1.2 million sculpture commission for War Memorial, Bell Shakespeare's Hamlet tour dates, Refugee Week programming, plenty of festival announcements, and more arts news and events.
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Wiradjuri man Daniel Riley will be the sixth Artistic Director of Australian Dance Theatre in 56 years, and the first First Nations artist in the role.
If you enjoy flying through the air and have a well-developed sense of trust, working in a circus company might be for you.
Dancer David McAllister among only five awarded this year's highest honour, with a list generally that has shifted its focus, with the highest number of women in history and a strong recognition of diversity and underrepresented.
The National Performing Arts Partnership Framework has expanded to 38 members, with the addition of companies and organisations from the NT, Tasmania and regional Queensland, among others.
A much-loved country tradition becomes the battleground for bigger issues.
Sparks of goodwill shine in the trail of darkness.
Open House Melbourne and Sydney Folk Festival programs revealed; galleries and TicTok; SA Museum turns 165; Carriageworks' first regional collaboration, Hamilton's coming to Melbourne, and more arts news and events.
Fleet-footed cast graces the night to a sumptuous score.
Making timber instruments in climate crisis, Professor Chris Gibson looks at the guitar industry, and those who are trying to address its problems.
UK/Australia grants up for grabs, Bronwyn Bancroft named inaugural NSW Aboriginal Creative Fellow, six writers named for mentorship, plus more awards and opportunities.
Established in 2006, Tasmania Performs remains agile and responsive, and dedicated to developing Tasmanian artists and showcasing their stories to the world.
Andrew Wood reports on dysfunction within New Zealand Opera, a symptom of the global malaise affecting opera itself.
A classic story updated to interrogate race, gender and sexuality.
One of Australia’s first participatory festivals returns this winter with a program that encourages audiences to collectively celebrate the power and beauty of the human voice.
Premiers for WA Ballet and NORPA, Opera in Canberra, Tasmanian Aboriginal children's book, and more arts news.
Darkly dancing Butoh, a ritual from torment to relief.
Poetry and friendship: emotions run deep within the flood of words.
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