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Drama teaches us more than stage presence and how to memorise lines. There are transferable skills for work and life.
Why cultural entrepreneurship works in our times of funding cuts, and tips from the experts on how to navigate new pathways to innovative partnerships.
Opera Queensland is offering $25 tickets to Madama Butterfly at the Lyric Theatre, QPAC – 12- 19 May.
With art in unusual places, plans for a green corridor, and continuing tradition in a contemporary songline, there are many reasons why Geelong is coming into its own in 2016.
Peter Millynn, Head of Film at AFTT shares his tips on how to improve your creativity.
Prospective students are welcomed backstage during NIDA’s 2016 Open Day this May.
As tax time creeps up, now is the time to get your super in order and take advantage of potential opportunities. Here’s how to boost your super when working in the arts.
Mildura Arts Centre offers a diverse experience for its audience with its unique location and creative collaborations.
Special ArtsHub offer: $20 off The Blind Giant is Dancing tickets at Belvoir, Sydney - Must close 20 March.
We recognise her face and her movies, and we’ve often heard the rumours, but the latest exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery reveals the person behind the icon.
Arts buildings in NSW are in for a revamp, with $10 million over four years drawn from gaming taxes on registered clubs.
The erratic work life of arts professionals means many in the sector are unprepared for retirement – but they don’t need to be.
Art & About Sydney is eschewing the festival format, providing up to $85,000 per project to transform the city year round.
As Australia's newest theatre company, National Theatre of Parramatta will represent the growing artistic hub of Western Sydney.
A growing niche screen program at Riverside Theatres is championing Australian independent film.
‘Stolen’ returns in 2016 as part of Riverside Theatres’ extensive education program.
A sophisticated approach to access is opening opportunities for artists with disability at Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres.
New voices and strong stories in store for Western Sydney audiences as part of Riverside Theatres’ 2016 program.
Tasmania’s famed Museum of Old and New Art’s highly awaited 2016 Festival of Music and Art will take on a new format this summer, returning to Mona for a long weekend of non-stop music, art and performance.
Carriageworks is supporting artists with exciting new partnerships as part of its 2016 Artistic Program.
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