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A musician remembered, and an expanded program at Cairns Indigenous Art Fair are amongst this week's announcements.
The latest in our series looks at how to overcome our greatest fear and master the art of public speaking.
A modest proposal to revive the documentary sector.. just with a real estate deal.
The newest cinematic adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's debut novel is lacklustre and disappointing.
Tyran Parke crafts a compelling family narrative with honesty, tenderness and immense talent.
Kim Hardwick's artful direction leaves no fingerprints on the perfect crime.
The trailer for the Kurzel Macbeth is out, and we do some quick comparisons between old and new, ridiculous, strange and weirdly compelling.
Redesign My Brain reaches for the million, stops sadly short.
After a record breaking 2014, Revelation Perth International Film Festival has announced its expanded 2015 program.
House Rules puts Seven ahead while Reno Rumble just squeaks along.
Australian artists make up 20% of APT8 placing our local artists at the heart of this internationally recognised regional forum.
Enthralling with affectionate observation, The Volcano never feels anything less than a product of the people it captures.
A coalition of cultural organisations have spoken out against the proposed funding reduction to the Australia Council.
To write off towns outside of Sydney and Melbourne as being bereft of culture is an arrogant falsehood.
The National Gallery of Victoria is opening its doors to the Etsy Craft Party, showing how expressions of creativity comes in many forms.
Art dealer Beverly Knight has called for a boycott of a monograph by collector Pat Corrigan. We investigate the line between vanity driven publishing and the philanthropic gesture.
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From our Instagram feeds to gallery walls, filling abandoned houses to artists' residencies, floral artists are everywhere.
Far from being a career killer, pregnancy can generate a creative rush. Growing a baby can be an artist's most creative moment in more ways than one.
Our museums use social media to stimulate audiences, so why not use technology’s reach to grow their collections?
Arts companies are enlisting the weight of audience opinion to protest the Minister's Budget move redirecting funding from the independent Australia Council into his own department.
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