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The lauded role-playing game, often praised for its genre-defying ideas, has had its upcoming re-release blocked by the Australian Classification Board.
MTC announces Act 2 of its program, symphony immersion for Stonnington, results for Adelaide Festival, new art acquisitions for MCA and Tate, Mona announces next exhibition, plus more arts news.
A new exhibition that draws attention to the experiences of women and the LGBTIQ+ community’s experience of spatial inequity is a timely reminder of conversations we need to be having right now.
Netflix offers some of the best documentary opportunities in the world. They are ultimately managed by Lisa Nishimura, a key guest at the Australian International Documentary Conference.
As SAM prepares for its next chapter in a new space, a significant gift of Aboriginal artworks will cement the gallery's ambitions as a destination venue.
MP Tim Watts' motion to recognise the social and economic contributions of videogames didn't shy away from the industry's flaws. It's the latest in a growing show of parliamentary support for the local industry.
After Tasmanian game developers stayed silent on IGEA's national industry survey, an advocacy group is hoping to fill the gaps.
New research reveals that cartoonists and illustrators are flipping their skills to be more useful across a range of workplaces with one in four finding themselves well paid for cartooning and comic-making.
Recognising that SA businesses and adjoining industries benefit from festivals and cultural attractions, a new cross-industry alliance with tourism aims to significantly bolster or reimagine cooperation.
Dominating the box office, but faced by cuts, what is the future of the Australian feature film sector?
The subjects covered in the latest round of funded documentaries ranges from koorioke to fungi to social justice.
The well-oiled screen industry lobbying machine went to Canberra to launch a key demand converting the streaming companies into partners with the local screen sector.
A new collaboration between Windmill Theatre Co and the innovators behind a purpose-build app has resulted in an immersive theatrical play experience for kids.
To be held in August every year, a new month-long national celebration of Australian poets has been created by Red Room Poetry.
2021 Fogarty Literary Award now open, Kat Muscat Fellowship recipient announced, Varuna launches new fellowship program for writers with disability, plus more awards and opportunities.
Melbourne’s newest cultural precinct, Collingwood Yards, has opened to the public after a long gestation.
The producers behind Bob’s Burgers and Superwog are joining forces on Princess Bento Studio, which will create 150 full-time technical and creative jobs in Victoria’s animation sector.
Five projects have gained a share of $60,000 funding through Screen Tasmania as part of the state’s Cultural and Creative Industries Recovery Strategy.
As we run out of new Australian fiction releases, we see the beginning of a traditional pattern in the top twenty. Foreign pictures squabble over the spoils.
The Drover's Wife looks like the ultimate revisionist Western, turned inside out and upside down by Indigenous Australians and sent back with a note from the formerly victimised.
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