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Keynoted by Screen Australia's Head of Indigenous and featuring over 40 speakers across three days, the Forum seeks to unite the industry that COVID scattered.
The Originate program is a new venture in diversity which brings some agency energy into bespoke development and low budget features.
The acclaimed composer has accepted the role of First Nations Creative Chair at the MSO, and will bring an Indigenous lens to all aspects of the company’s operations in the role.
Franklin Leonard, creator of The Black List script tool, talks diversity and fake woke in the script development process with Benjamin Law.
PAX Aus have announced the festival will be held in person this year and gamers are rejoicing.
The games studio founder shares a decade of insight into scaling up, staying sustainable, and why you should ask if your game would make a good rollercoaster.
From a longing for home to a national snapshot of the new, two exhibitions explore care and belonging from a First Nations’ view of Country – and our nation’s footprint on unceded lands.
Over 20,000 live production crew, aka roadies, found themselves out of work a year ago when mass gatherings were banned. Now a national series of fundraising gigs aims to assist this hard-hit sector.
Suspense and delight are always centre stage in this performance, demonstrating artistry that knows how to provoke its audience.
Back to Back Theatre brings a street performance with podcasting techniques to transform a public display into an intimate experience.
Writer Mandy Sayers has been awarded the 2021 Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship for her proposed biography on Australian silent filmmakers the McDonagh sisters.
Youse wouldn’t believe it: Roslyn Petelin takes a look at a new book that charts the making of a ‘people’s dictionary’ for Australia.
EOIs open for HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures 2021, Melbourne International Jazz Festival names Take Note leader, longlist announced for Stella Prize, plus more opportunities and awards.
Desart does professional development well – from a mentoring Photography Art Prize, to nurturing business skills for arts centres, and finding professional resilience in a post-COVID world.
New exhibitions at Hazelhurst Arts Centre present inspiring stories and images of female resilience and creativity.
Blockbusters movie tentatively into our cinemas, and grab the top slots, with serious qualifications.
Chaseling’s Redemption of Colour encourages a broader audience to immerse themselves in the joy of colour and light.
Following in a long tradition of Australian surfing documentaries, Christopher Neilus' film finally puts women at the fore, writes Glenn Dunks.
One of Broadway’s funniest and most outrageous musicals is given star treatment at the Brisbane Powerhouse.
A photography festival that celebrates artists from a vast range of backgrounds, experience, and stages in their artistic careers.
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