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The Andrews Government has announced funding for art projects across the state through Creative Victoria’s VicArts Grants program
A theme of empathy and understanding runs through the 2016 Perth International Arts Festival program.
The loss of Australia Council funding to the NPEA will affect employment opportunities and cultural vitality most in the Northern Territory, where there are no major arts organisations.
Josephine Ridge’s final Festival has posted a total box office take of approximately $3.3 million.
in its 40th year, Sydney Festival proves it has overcome the glitter of the harbour to provide a festival that goes where people live.
Tarnanthi, Australia's largest ever Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, repositions Indigenous art in Australia's shared culture.
Adelaide is the only Australian city to be invited to join the inaugural International Festivals City Network.
Matilda for Melbourne, Mofo 2016, Homeground, Big West reveals its full program, and a new ballet series for children.
A management role in Canberra goes to a local.
His fourth and final Adelaide Festival of Arts program features theatrical epics, post-rock legends, and… a stadium spectacular?
From the prehistoric past to the future of furniture design, this week's wrap of announcements features a broad range of works.
From Perth to Newcastle and Melbourne to Darwin, this week's summary of festivals and events includes film, design and video art.
MPavillion, the Ensemble Theatre, the GRAPHIC festival, and the inaugural Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art; : this week is a busy one for program announcements.
Fears the popular dusk-to-dawn event had been shelved have proved groundless.
The 2015 program features increased opportunities for conversation and engagement, as well as the chance to reflect on the Festival's history and influence.
A sneak peak at Sydney Festival, a film noir musical, and artworks inspired by Shakespeare are among this week's announcements.
Santos' links to fracking in the NT have prompted artists to call for the Darwin Festival to drop the mining company's sponsorship.
An exploratory music festival and an encore season for a mainstage success are among this week’s program reveals.
Music, sculpture and poetry feature among the events announced this week.
In just four years the festival has become a major event in the West Australian capital, attracting an audience of 660,093.
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