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A drama where everybody hurts, Wakefield’s equal opportunity compassion holds it all together.
Newly funded Creative Business Champions will help arts workers access mentors, resources and expert guidance.
An elegy for a friendship and artistic partnership cut short by death, this new non-fiction book grasps at profundity that fails to land, says Anna Westbrook.
A complex, provocative and almost absurdist theatre production that surprises as much as it confronts.
While we struggle with COVID and global warming narratives, Fire Flood Plague offers news perspectives on what has happened to the world around us.
A relationship drama plays out with a touch of mystery in the new SBS shortform series set on the wild west coast of Tasmania, says Raveena Grover.
Struggling to juggle a personal life and a day job around your creative outlets? Some straight-up solutions to an all too familiar problem.
Before that first opportunity, there is often a moment when you realise the shape of your life. This is how it can happen.
The welcome return of Zoë Coombs Marr to stand up after a year quietened by COVID brings more than just snappy one-liners in this personal show that delivers the laughs.
In the latest episode of The ArtsHubbub we speak with Rachael Maza, Artistic Director of First Nations theatre company ILBIJERRI about the company's 30th anniversary, its evolution, and why there aren’t enough black performing arts companies in Australia.
If you can think laterally, are persistent, accurate and skilled at sewing and sculpting, becoming a puppet-maker might be the career for you.
JUTE appoints Creative Producer, Craft Victoria’s Director steps down, and more.
Here are some gentle, meditative mobile games to help you survive the newscycle.
Raya and the Last Dragon, Chaos Walking, and Peter Rabbit 2 lead a surprisingly strong lineup for kids at Australian cinemas this April.
Mr X, a SA Post, Digital and Visual Effects (PDV) studio, has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects for its work on Love and Monsters.
Byron Bay’s Bluesfest, due to take place this weekend, has been cancelled in a bid to stop COVID cases being transmitted in the area after a local tested positive to the virus.
Highlights of the latest support from Screen Australia include Matt Okine and the feature documentary sector.
A new crew and facilities database goes live, as well as a locations gallery for filmmakers wanting to work in the Island state, but no word on sector funding as State election looms.
11 QLD and 18 NSW arts organisations from theatre to First Nations and regional arts, share in $6.8 million from the second round of Federal RISE grants for COVID recovery.
AIDC has promoted Natasha Gadd, its own Partnerships and Industries Development Manager, as its new CEO and Creative Director.
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