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Pricking the big balloon of concept art, GOMA's Robert MacPherson exhibition reminds us a self-taught artist can also find success through envisaging the ordinary.
Has NZ done a Scroz and mashed the independent agencies together? Don't jump to conclusions.
A mainstage theatre invites in an ensemble of artists with and without disability, creating a space to play that's rare for independents.
This true crime documentary is as much an examination of the environment that facilitated the case at hand as it is a horror film.
A foreign company has brought culture to 6.6 million Australians through a unique sponsorship partnering suggested by its Aussie competitor.
High art and entertainment unite in a beautiful musical circus.
A Government task force will investigate sexual harassment in music venues after a study found three quarters of young people consider it common.
Islamic art is sparsely displayed in our public galleries, and almost never seen beyond state capitals. Why?
Brisbane Baroque and Les Misérables were the big winners at the Australian entertainment industry’s night of nights.
The life of Indigenous singing superstar Jimmy Little takes centre stage in this musical ‘road trip’ through Australia’s past.
An exploratory music festival and an encore season for a mainstage success are among this week’s program reveals.
Successful leaders of major performing arts centres in Australia, Singapore, South Korea and NZ juggle financial, political and artistic challenges.
Despite being wildly funny and quite entertaining, Detroit is ultimately disingenuous in how it tackles its subject matter.
Get out of the city August 7-9 for the Bendigo Writers festival and learn to how to get the most out of life.
Australians lost in joyful masochism with the Ashes collapse, while Bachelor does too little to excite the pec-starved Ten audience.
A major orchestral announcement and a change at the top of a major festival are among this week's moves.
From mentoring a jazz pianist to contemporary art in Beijing, young talent is the focus this week alongside painting prizes in Bendigo and Mosman.
A growing body of research says experiencing or witnessing rudeness can have harmful effects on performance and creativity.
Creating a one-woman or one-man show, whether in dance or theatre, is a significant undertaking.
Scoring the job is not always the confidence boost you'd expect. Many people in the arts suffer from crippling self-doubt that drains time, talent and emotional energy. We've compiled the ultimate guide to defeating impostor syndrome.
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