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Thursday: ABC brings the real Australia, gets a bit of approval
In what may be a test case for NSW Entertainment Industry Act, a Sydney actors' agency has gone broke leaving actors thousands of dollars out of pocket.
New developments bolster the AGNSWs Art and Dementia program, ensuring greater research and more access to events.
A new fine art elective aims to broaden the art-making experience for students and engage the community with street art.
From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money.
From Australians at Venice, to top glass artists, short story writers to the Stella Prize shortlist, Queensland thespians and youth who excel, it's a full week of leaders.
Consumers and governments are spending less on the arts but the private sector is going some way to making up the shortfall, Australia Council reveals.
With fifteen auctions scheduled for March-April, understandably one can get lost in dates and lots. We help you navigate what's going under the hammer in this two week special.
Sugars and Citizens exercise the passions of the faithful, while the Marigold franchise hypnotises the roaming sentimentalists.
White Night, Winter Masterpieces and other blockbusters are under review in an attempt to keep Victorian tourism competitive.
Entertainer Stuart Wagstaff will be remembered for a 50 year career on stage and screen.
Deutscher and Hackett sets a benchmark for the 2015 auction calendar selling 170% lots by value.
Major changes at a performance company herald new era.
Exhibition and season announcements from around the country, including a major new musical and Oceania Now.
Internationally renowned muralist Lucas Grogan leaves Rockhampton with more than a bad cyclone memory.
New museum business case promises to deliver 181 jobs in its building and a ten year projection of $3.1M economic stimulus.
In good faith the NGA has announced that it will voluntarily donate its Seated Buddha to India over mounting provenance questions.
Hon Sue Crennan appointed as independent reviewer of NGAs Asian Art Provenance Research Project in pursuit of ethical collecting.
Ten Australians named as recipients of Australia Council's most prestigious Awards will be saluted in a new 'night of nights'.
A theatre company appoints a new Artistic Director, a top dancer hangs up her pointe shoes and TMAG announces new director.
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