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Most producing handbooks are cures for insomnia. This one is lively, local and clear as it shares key information between generations.
With a confirmed date to anchor November's schedule in Brisbane, APSA stops to celebrate the number of Oscar nominees who appeared in APSA 2018.
Soaked in the authentic gravity of German audiences on Potsdamerplatz, Sarah Ward assesses the Australian impact in 2019.
In a really wide open field, we risk Screenhub's reputation with some firm predictions. Will we be humiliated by Monday night? Will you outguess us? Let the game begin.
Fighting injustice and questioning the media are key drivers for this documentary filmmaker's latest work set in Australia's remote north west.
Lambs of God, the new four-part drama from Australia’s Lingo Pictures, has been invited to screen in Official Competition at the international television festival Series Mania.
David Hare's latest is flat and disappointing.
A disappointing commission and two flavourless readings of colourful and dynamic works opens the SSO’s 2019 Masters Series.
The ABC launches new 30-part drama set in Perth high rise towers, and Nine unveils bad mummy murder mystery series.
This Netflix feature shot on iPhone and set in the world of American basketball may baffle or intrigue.
From a series of high-profile installations at Dark Mofo and The Falls Festival to a portable sound stage at Mona Foma, University of Tasmania students are enjoying remarkable real-world artistic opportunities.
It is a rare treat to see one of Europe’s most highly regarded ensembles performing in the intimate setting of Adelaide’s historic Elder Hall.
At WAAPA, students don’t just learn; they perform in an eclectic array of concerts and performances throughout the year, alongside some of the finest artists in the world.
Getting cold feet about the course you’re enrolled in, and dreaming of better things? Trust us, you’re not alone!
A live-music experience that puts you front and centre of making, listening, sharing and reminiscing about music that moves.
Two theatre companies working with actors with intellectual disabilities move into film. The experience is illuminating for everyone.
Step up to your new career with a Diploma of Creative Enterprise from Acknowledge Creativity. Designed for a new generation of arts leaders and entrepreneurs, the Diploma offers the perfect fusion of imagination, creativity, and business acumen.
The University of Melbourne’s Master of Cultural Materials Conservation equips students with high-level technical skills and trains them in cultural competency and cross-cultural respect.
Six teams of researchers and Masters and PhD students from Deakin will create a unique series of place-responsive public artworks in Venice from May to November this year.
True to the adage that opposites attract, the vast stylistic differences of these two artists make for an uncanny yet cohesive conversation.
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