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The National Art School received over $18 million from the state government for critical maintenance of its 200-year old building's stonework.
Increasingly, console games help us question the ways we see, think or feel about the world, the game, even ourselves.
Tax, residuals, collapsing budgets, the dangers of streaming deals – the Australian Guild of Screen Composers finds tears in the sugar of recovery.
This production transcends any age barrier to bring the purest of theatrical magic to the Capitol Theatre in a glacier clear reflection of Disney values.
To get ethical creation right we need to take time according to a recent panel at the Small Press Network.
Give your family a creative break this summer with our selection of activities, courses, exhibitions and performances.
With supporting fees for all finalists, mentoring opportunities, and a remit to be inclusive in telling Australian stories, the National Photographic Portrait Prize sets new targets for its next edition.
The Bondi Hipsters return with 33 solid minutes of rapid-fire fun, says comedy connoisseur Anthony Morris.
The deadline for the AIDC awards for completed projects is December 16, as the organisation embraces the power of competition.
Here’s a roundup of opportunities in 2021 for LGBTQIA+, POC, Indigenous, Disabled, and gender diverse screen producers. Applications open now.
We're heading back to cinemas; Causeway's supernatural horror comes home from Serbia; and awards, opportunities and opinions abound in this final instalment of News in Brief for 2020.
My Brilliant Career blends the intimacy of life writing with the broader scope of a story being retold. The lessons it holds for Australian girls and women continue to resonate.
Winners of this year’s awards featured First Nations creators including a novel about the tragedy of Wiradjuri children and a picture book about Darug Songlines.
Our language tells us a lot about who we are, so what did 2020 say, outside the trending COVID-slang?
Suzie Miller's quietly spectacular international career in theatre, informed by an education in science, law and theatre, adds a prime AWGIE to her mantelpiece.
Authors, poets and illustrators nominated in this year’s 2020 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards describe an experience in which they realised language or art had power.
The digital experience, Museum at Home, which reached 18.5 million people online, is celebrated in 2020 Victorian Museums and Galleries Awards.
In a year where many of us were housebound, listening to podcasts became an escape – moreso than ever before.
Putting a polar bear into your living room – Augmented Reality, a small Australian company and the rewilding of the planet.
AWGIE Awards presented, People's Choice winner announced for The Lester Prize, Women's Circus receives performance commission, shortlist for 2021 Victoria Premier's Literary Awards announced and more.
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