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The kids' TV sector has a heap of imagination and may have nothing to lose. This campaign is probably just the beginning.
Enterprise bargaining negotiations between dancers and management have seen MEAA Equity called in to assist.
Shock resignations, a new leader for the Sydney Biennale, and financial brains lend knowledge to Melbourne Festival.
Who needs to go to Venice? ArtsHub previews Tracey Moffatt's work in the Australian Pavilion.
The 2017-2018 budget contains no vision for the future of the sector, though it does confirm the return of Australia Council funding post-Catalyst.
All the federal bodies providing funds to the production sector are down. But by how much?
Australia's nine largest theatre companies have rallied to support arts journalism in an open letter to Fairfax Media CEO Greg Hywood.
A thoughtful meander through the life of a man of immense fame, who's name you've probably never heard.
An enquiry into content quotas, the end of the license fee, the abolition of the two out of three rule - it all adds up to the Saturday Shock as the budget looms.
Personal reasons have been cited for the Artistic Director’s unexpected departure.
A stalwart at the coalface of arts advocacy, Tamara Winikoff has announced her retirement from two key peak arts organisations.
With Emo and Whiteley in the wings, we puzzle ourselves with the fate of Pork Pie from our Tasman cousins.
Holiday Horrors Caught on Camera beat Seven Types of Ambiguity by at least 60,000 in the five cities. Revenge will come on catch-up.
Matthew Lutton's visually stunning production feels disconnected from the classic play itself.
The MTC’s latest Education production places seldom-seen lives on the mainstage.
An excellent exploration of contemporary musical culture.
Emma Freeman, Daina Reed, Courtney Gibson, Sarah Moran, Samantha Lang - women as symbols of industrial change.
Circus meets Baroque Music in this exciting collaboration between two top Australian performance companies.
A faultless performance blending the old, the new and the lesser known.
A glitzy extravaganza that willl have the whole crowd dancing in their seats.
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