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One of Australia's most successful Indigenous arts companies is sending money back to remote communities recovering from cyclone damage.
The breaking down of national barriers is giving rise to new cross-cultural collecting habits, a hot topic at Art Basel HK.
The tightening financial environment has forced Carclew in Adelaide to make several staff members redundant.
Proposals to boost WA’s arts and cultural sector will have other states looking enviously westward for ideas that can be applied elsewhere.
A new leader is announced for one of performing arts major competitions.
With four important Australian art auctions scheduled for this month, this result will only grow substantially making it a fantastic first
This week's announcements include two major art exhibitions, including one from one of the world's great galleries, and a Dark Mofo preview.
From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money.
The Australian publishing industry is facing massive change under the competitive environment recommended by Government's competition review.
Ever changing, ever challenging is Artspace's new mantra in line with international trends for independent spaces to be more fluid and open to external curatorship.
The royalty of bark painting come together in an exhibition that explores Earth and Sky at Tarrawarra Museum of Art.
Mike Finch has announced that he will finish up with the company at the end of June.
A cultural entrepreneur has launched an innovative borrowing scheme designed to bring more money into the art market.
Wednesday - ABC comedy holds up. Not much else.
Australian realist painter dies in England aged 78, while preparing for exhibition.
Australia’s only female director of the National Gallery of Australia, Betty Churcher dies at the age of 84.
How does a small regional town cope when 60 contemporary artists descend upon it for four days? Cementa shows how it is done.
A new 1000-seat theatre is expected to have significant flow-on effects for the regional Victorian city’s arts ecology.
Young writers appeal to the Premier's intrinsic human values as they protest the downgrade of the WA Premier's Book Awards and protect their future.
Ancient gesture defines contemporary photography in 2015 Ulrick and Schubert Photography Award; while the QLD Music Awards rock.
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