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Arts organisations are increasingly supporting artists through interest-free loans, creating self-sustaining alternatives to traditional funding models.
The gifted and generous cinematographer of The Lord of the Rings films passed away yesterday after suffering a heart attack.
Seven maintains its grip on the Monday night 9.00pm slot for drama while ABC runs its best factual night.
Board member quits over unpopular decisions made by colleagues at Adelaide’s LGBT festival.
Exhausted by a week of Anzac-oriented cultural offerings? For an alternative narrative of Australian identity, explore the post-war spirit of Modernism.
Arts Tasmania has launched a new website designed to help cultural tourists look further afield than David Walsh’s museum.
Flop, flop,flop went the shows but the suggestion viewers ignored our founding myth is only half true.
The multi-award-winning musical from the creators of South Park will open in Melbourne in 2017.
From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money, including a music scholarship, literary awards, and an acquisitive print award.
A numerical mess, but the times have definitely moved on as Seven wins again and Auntie returns to the House of Commons.
Exhibitions and events from around the country.
Strategically this is Seven's night, while Nine and Ten depend on their reptile brains to survive.
The vast beast Google has clambered into the cellphone chookyard and the feathers could fly. But here?
Performing arts representatives in Victoria have expressed dismay that their sector has not been included in a recently-announced strategy to bolster the creative industries.
The announcement of a new festival for emerging New Zealand writers is part of a a cultural boom accompanying a change in the trans-Tasman tide.
Last year's inaugural ArtsHub conference was so successful, subscribers have demanded a regular event.
A sign-language choir, acapella clapping and a choreographic notation using hands, speak louder than words.
With the release of Microsoft HoloLens, holographs are emerging as the next evolution in computing offering new creative, as well as practical, opportunities.
A Melbourne exhibitor has curated a season of micro-budget films, with Q&As, in a celebration of joy, risk and sheer cunning.
The Block does well, Charlie Pickering is an object of curiosity to ABC viewers, and The Agony of God muddles on.
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