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Interesting, challenging, but at times uneven, this production is still an impressive showcase of Indigenous performance.
Turtle power seems a long forgotten concept; here, there is bland appropriation narratively, emotionally and aesthetically.
While some of the production's choices are excellent, other decisions feel as though they don't quite belong here.
Nine, sans footy but with the competitions back, slayeth the dragon Seven one more time and even more thoroughly.
Gasland Part II tells the latest part of the fracking tale, showing both how much and how little has changed in intervening years.
Geoffrey Rush, Sam Neill and Mirando Otto lead a stellar cast..
Artist Mikala Dwyer's new installation for the University of Sydney will show why her unique treatment of abject materials simply rocks.
The origins of Orthodox Christian art and the way it impacted on different cultures will be showcased in Ballarat, Victoria.
Slight jiggling allows Nine to pull away from Seven, as Wonderland drops by another 58,000.
Projects around the world are proving that brownfield regeneration is a viable alternative to new-builds in urban cultural revival.
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An artist has won the Archibald People's Choice Award for the second year running – this time with a portrait of himself as his young son.
With a Premium Entertainment Division, does Foxtel now have an Ordinary Entertainment Division for the rest of us?
A fine press release deserves celebration, and this one is about kids, Tropfest Jnr and deadlines. industry parents take note.
To tie off an energetic year for Melbourne's Docklands Studios, SyFy is delivering a chunk of science fiction.
Ben Knight traverses the history of humanity’s attempts to enforce order on a free-flowing resource.
The five shortlisted artists for the UK’s biggest painting prize have been announced.
Creative partnerships are lifetime commitments – which is why celebrations are always in order for the next milestone gig.
The prestigious AWGIES 2014 prize goes to the playwright of the critically acclaimed production, The Secret River.
An endearing, though occasionally frustrating, coming-of-age story from a woman who gradually grows into herself.
Established photographer puts a spin on portraiture and the representation of the female in history and mythology.
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