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As arts orgs close their doors, other opportunities are being presented for artists. We give you a wrap of the week's news at a time when things are being decimated by COVID-19.
After five festivals, Mitchell has moved onto new challenges. Just before he left, he spoke with ArtsHub about the highs and lows of his time in the role.
Despite all Arts Ministers meeting yesterday, Queensland has been the only state to step up with a stimulus package in the awake of Coronavirus' decimation of the sector.
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As Victoria declares a state of emergency, festivals and organisations across the nation are cancelling and postponing their programming – with widespread ramifications for casual arts workers.
While attending Adelaide Festival, Jared Thomas saw something that made him question years of racism and set him on the path to becoming a writer.
With a new arts event in Canberra, creative producer Yolande Norris is shining a light on the city’s diaspora of artists to inspire the creative community.
Rich in symbolism, doom and hope, you live through the cycle of life and death at the hands of Romeo Castellucci in his rethink of Mozart’s iconic Requiem.
Over six decades to date, the Adelaide Fringe has been both a playground and a career springboard for Australian and South Australian artists.
Artists do their bit for bushfires, Opera Australia to present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella,iconic street art festival returns to Benalla, plus more arts news.
Transformation and conversation unites Perth Festival's visual arts program, as curator Gemma Weston takes the reins to further strengthen the role of the visual arts in festival programming.
The latest festival and exhibition announcements, opportunities for artists, and a summary of arts news from around the country.
Announcing new dates in September, Parrtjima 2020 is enduring - at once topical and timeless in shareing the stories of our Red Centre through light sculptures, talks and music, which connect culture and landscape.
Badiucao is again at the centre of a censorship debate, left questioning the ambiguity the protest intentions, and structures of fear emerging in Australia.
As Metro Arts prepares to relocate to a new home in Brisbane’s West End, the organisation is throwing a festival to say goodbye to the building it’s long called home.
Announcing Tandanya Fringe 2020 – celebrating 30 years of the Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute in partnership with Adelaide Fringe.
Dark Emu author Bruce Pascoe has withdrawn from upcoming Australian appearances due to bushfire damage to his property outside Mallacoota.
A three day conference as part of Adelaide Fringe is exploring the future of storytelling through immersive technology, virtual reality and the convergence of theatre, screen production and gaming.
The inaugural Can’t Do Tomorrow urban and street art festival will pack a multi-level warehouse space with locally produced art and installations, a political world premiere and feature a 22-carriage freight train as a moving gallery.
From lost trades to contemporary Indigenous fashion, Bendigo’s museums and festivals showcase the best of past and present.
Aussie visual artists headlne Sydney Festival at Carriageworks, new commission for Hyde Park Barracks, Mona goes music mad, Queer Screen festival news, and opportunities for the new year.
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