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Inventive puppetry tells a story of environmental collapse in a family-friendly show that ventures into bleak territory.
With a suite of five grant categories, and close to half a million in funds available, the City of Stonnington is encouraging artists nationally to unleash their wildest imaginings.
As she prepares to move on to a new role at the Australia Council, Alice Nash looks back on almost 20 years with Australia’s leading disability arts theatre company.
Peeling back our hinged relationship with photography as a purveyor of truth, Isobel Parker Philip's exhibition 'Shadow catchers' is a playful rethink of the medium through a 21st century lens.
Don't trust your calendar for some time. At least we have sick leave unlike our American friends.
If you want a series commission, you need to offer something remarkable. Three producers talk through challenging shows and alarming risks.
Exquisitely written and performed, this drama about identity, gender, faith and science is mesmerising and utterly of the moment.
First time portrait prize entrant, art teacher Anthea da Silver, wins the inaugural $75,000 Darling Prize with a portrait that celebrates women, age and timeless creativity.
Performance collective post and Hong Kong Repertory Theatre have cut up the Western theatrical canon and reassembled it as irreverent, bilingual Frankenstein’s Monster of a production.
Frivolous, fun or deadly serious, here are some screen-focused suggestions to mark the day, the week, the year.
From giant apes, to underground music, using the Opera House to discuss sites of conflict and report findings for Playwriting Australia, there is plenty to catch across arts news this week.
Six authors, a mix of genres and $50,000 up for grabs. It can only mean one thing: the Stella Prize shortlist has arrived.
Invisibility is divisive. Would it bring out the best in you, or bring out your darker urges? Marc Longenecker takes a deep dive into the history, and allure, of this superpower on film.
An enjoyable version of Shakespeare’s plot-heavy potboiler moves the action to 1920s Hong Kong and 1970s Australia.
Writer/director Miranda Nation swims through the choppy waters of gender with this psychological thriller.
Is it skill, strength or virtue? Gordon Quinn, known as the Documentary Buddha, reveals some secrets about being him.
Curated as a kind of ‘cabinet of curiosity’, the NGV’s exhibition celebrates a lively and energetic period of Japanese history.
Modern-day social media spiritual guru The Truru returns in another satire.
Lots of questions and a couple of answers at this AIDC session. The takeaway: employ an education consultant right from the start.
A year in, AGSA Director Rhana Devenport speaks on surviving the shifting cultural landscape in SA, and how to hold on to ambition.
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