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NSW kicks off the year with new board appointments. Adelaide Fringe and The Substation appoint new directors and CIAF announces a new Artistic Director.
Louis Nowra's classic script is the star of the show in this new Belvoir production as Leah Purcell fails to shine in Radiance.
ArtsHub takes a peek behind the covers of some of the most anticipated titles of 2015.
Get out of the office. Learn something. Network. Come back inspired.
20 tonnes of ash and five days of 12 prodding assistants has resulted in Chinese mega-artist Zhang Huan’s latest work for Sydney.
The State Library of Queensland is facing compensation claims after it was revealed a senior librarian took thousands of secret cleavage photographs of other staff and patrons.
The woman who shaped Canberra’s art scene dies at 92.
Thousands of pens have been laid in Paris square in solidarity for the victims and as a gesture for freedom of speech.
Artspace names inaugural studio non-residents, writers shortlisted for Fellowship, Casula Powerhouse names 40 artists up for $20K
Some disastrous recent cases are a warning of how business arts partnerships can go off the rails.
Author Lee Kofman shares the lessons she learned publishing her memoir ‘The Dangerous Bride’
The Arts Party had planned to contest the 2015 Queensland election but it has been ambushed by the early election date.
Following the NGA’s new policy on the provenance of artworks, another statue has become the heart of discussions.
A tribute rather than a tell-all, sharing the stories of and the love for the man behind many a music star.
Brisbane just got lucky with a new show The Illusionists 1903 at QPAC’s Concert Hall.
The Big Guns – exhibitions that will pack a punch in 2015 from pop legends to light legends to the latest from Iceland to Asia.
Without greater diversity, theatre could become a heritage art form with a narrow white middle class audience.
Actors, musicians and theatre techs have an opportunity to do their bit to change the world through a creative international aid project.
The arts sector has had an uncomfortable roller coaster ride over the past couple of years. 2015 may be calmer, as artists and arts organisations get on with implementing the ideas that have bounced them around but the big picture challenges remain.
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