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Arresting in its pathos and immersive in its poetic approach, Fell allows audiences to appreciate both the forest and the trees.
Disadvantaged communities in the small-medium sector will be greatly affected as AusCo cuts back funding approval period by half.
A swap - Hot Seat loses 74,000, Million $ Minute gains 65,000 and for once Seven beats Nine in that slot.
The figures for August 25th 2014 are pleasing to the eye for the determined creatures at Madman,
CinefestOZ is a unique collision between Australian filmmakers and their audience. As far as we are concerned, it is worth every moment of the giant voluntary effort which makes it possible.
What are the trends, successes and pitfalls driving philanthropy in Australia today? Sector leaders joined the debate at a recent SAMAG seminar.
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Sydney’s annual exhibition in the park brings together nature-inspired artists from across the country.
At the Melbourne Art Fair this year, a renewed confidence in collecting has put the spring back in the step of the buying market.
The impending closure of legendary Melbourne jazz club Bennetts Lane has shocked the jazz community.
Auto tours, sporting competitions and the marketing of new events are all encouraged by a 2015 grants program.
Council’s new action plan includes investing in local talent, developing a flagship festival and securing major cultural partners.
Magic in the Moonlight does little more than limp through the thoroughly expected.
La Mama and CircusOz are among the recently announced recipients of next year’s Triennial Arts Grants Program.
Plans for the fourth Australian Theatre Forum, to be held in Sydney, are well underway, curator David Williams has revealed.
Some states do it and some states don’t. But just how significant is indexation and are there viable alternatives?
A new exhibition at Melbourne Museum explores the experiences of Victorians in the Great War, and the war’s effects on them.
Conversations at the 2014 Victorian Theatre Forum were squarely focused on politically aware theatre-making.
Cultural exchange is more than a quick residency; 4A reinvents the Renaissance studio of mentoring and patronage.
During the late 1960s and early 1970s, surfing came to represent an all-encompassing lifestyle, rather than a mere pastime.
This mode of music has no pre-determined agenda and sets to challenge the already established jazz language.
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