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After seven months with something unaccountably missing, the government has provided a fascinating Chair to the key industry funding body.
From Adelaide to Burnie, and the NT to London, here are the latest program announcements.
From street to museum to marketing meme, this infographic tells two stories.
Having curated his very first show, and now his most recent, Maud Page discusses the enigma of Michael Parekowhai and his attraction to Australian audiences.
He is the only Australian photographer admitted to the prestigious Magnum fraternity. Parke’s Adelaide exhibition gives us a hint why.
A move to Asia opens up a visual arts opportunity, and new directorial and chair appointments in performing arts.
Thursday: Nine has to remind itself that the figures are purely temporary.
Turnbull ploughs on with second reading speech for SBS amendments. With it comes product placement.
Over 350 objects and military camouflage fabric are used to create a powerful statement about the casualities of global conflict.
With the election on Saturday, we summarise the major arts policies across education, technology, Indigenous culture and more.
Physical communication, learning from sport’s successes, and a focus on inclusion and diversity were highlights of NDF 2015.
A Bill being presented to the Lower House today will allow SBS to double the advertising it can broadcast in an hour.
Each year TEFAF commissions a report on the status of the global art market; 2014 findings have bolstered market confidence.
The world’s most loved Opera singer’s collection comes up for auction, allowing devotees an affordable piece of history.
National Photographic Portrait Prize, Bernard Heinze Prize for music and Redlands Prize winners announced
Judy Annear offers a personal and individual approach to the very complex story of Australia's sense of nation.
Marngrook charms, as indy production companies hoist flag for specialist skills.
Participants at the National Dance Forum challenged the sector over its failure to adequately support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money.
A group of musicians are using art as protest and controversially calling for the beheading of Tony Abbott.
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