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Gutsy abstracts by a Newcastle painter take out the 2014 Brett Whiteley Travelling Scholarship, winning $25,000.
This play purports to start a conversation about sexual assault. Here is a conversation starter: this play is part of the problem.
Members of Melbourne's artistic and Indigenous communities heard an inspiring speech from QTC's Artistic Director at the announcement of the British Council's ACCELERATE program.
An all-out swordplay spectacle, an earnest romance of yearning, and a multi-generational fable of family issues.
The first major exhibition of Boyd's works in 20 years at the National Gallery of Australia will reveal a lesser-known side of the mercurial visionary.
Christopher Sharp has been appointed the new head of development at Screen Queensland.
The general shuffle downhill for Seven included local drama Winners and Losers. Sadly.
A new artwork satirises modernist art norms, such as action painting and the grid, with overtly feminine practices.
Two public meetings, two different states, as the emerging sector begins to respond to the cuts and refocusing planned by Screen Australia.
Many ballet-goers expect colour, music and sensation from their visits to the ballet. They could not have been disappointed.
Does Miranda July’s Somebody app signal a paradigm shift towards live art or a new way to avoid surveillance?
Melbourne Music Expo, headlined by Ash Grunwald, has received a grant to maximise the event’s tourism potential.
A self-portrait blitzed the sales and – with high records for eight artists and fewer pass-ins – the market is looking more buoyant and bold than ever.
Two Australian films released this weekend, and both of them are now hanging in to get the crucial evening slots to bring in the punters.
A new residency program at the University of Melbourne aims to build an Indigenous art alumni in Victoria.
The gallery declares Rob McHaffie's 'bright and whimsical work' as winner of its 2014 art prize.
Bold vision and ambitious international partnerships will reclaim the Powerhouse Museum's status as a world leader in applied arts and sciences.
Quality arts programming, balmy nights and starry skies align at the Alice Desert Festival.
Nine and Seven both up as tension builds in their competition shows. But Nine heads up faster and sits well clear of the others.
Campion Decent depicts an honest, entertaining and darkly hilarious personal journey toward the final frontier.
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