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Local films are dribbling away, sadly, though there is not much competition.
The real-life story of dog-whisperer Martin McKenna, whose life took him from misery in Limerick to a new life in Nimbin, becomes theatrical gold in this production for audiences aged 12 and up.
Gogglebox? Dragon's Den? Naked Attraction? What kind of loon thinks of these things? His name is Tim Harcourt and he revealed himself in a session at AIDC.
A novel of social and environmental upheaval in a small Australian town in the 1970s.
Black Inc’s 'Growing Up' anthologies showcase the first-person experiences of people from a range of marginalised groups. It’s newest offering, Growing Up Disabled in Australia, edited by Carly Findlay fits firmly in the established vein of providing connection.
Take a stroll through the sunlight and shadows with the works of Clarice Beckett.
A sassy musical that looks into the heart of being a boyband music fan.
A joyful production to appeal delightfully to young and old.
Principal artists retire from The Australian Ballet, Queensland Symphony Orchestra appoints new Principal Conductor and Artistic Adviser, and more.
Dancers, actors and artists are turning to TikTok to gain audience reach to promote their practice. We speak with two artists who have successfully adapt their practice for the platform.
Don't put yourself at risk by sending an emailed inventory of your for sale artworks or designs. Rather, use a simple Consignment Agreement to protect your interests. We talk to Arts Law on why, and look at some case studies.
Adelaide’s contemporary circus powerhouse return to the stage with a bold new work that is unlikely to have been made were it not for the constraints of COVID providing a rare opportunity to unite their three performance ensembles.
Damien Wright believes the future is in the handmade, especially as we emerge as a new economy out of COVID-19, and there will be a greater place for craft businesses.
Despite remarkable resilience, Australian indie cinemas are desperate for the government to solve a problem caused by the collapse of the international supply chain.
A Forest of Hooks and Nails is a joyous exhibition about the art of hanging art, writes Ted Snell.
Edmond Tran joins Screenhub bringing more than a decade of experience in screen culture.
Collingwood Yards set to open, Art Month Sydney in swing, proppaNOW survey, Aus Ballet goes digital, Young Writers Fellowship on offer, and top arts news and reviews for the week.
Writer/Director Josh Tanner sat down with the CEO of Dreamscreen Australia and the head of Epic Games’ LA Lab on a Screen Forever panel about the future of virtual post-production.
This often nonsensical pastiche of a show features great production and an eight-person cast work hard for their money – very hard – with an especially fine lead performance from Matthew Backer.
The audio tour just got better, with cinematic sound and location-aware technology, the WA Museum’s Gogo app by Art Processors offers a new immersive approach for how we engage with our cultural material.
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