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The Brisbane Fringe will present another first in this year’s festival with new arrival ClancyWorks.
From the weird to confronting, Wade Marynowsky's interactive sculptures and performance based works will capture your imagination.
From Arnhem Land to a New England prep school, from country to global, Australian visions campaign for an audience.
New media artist Robin Fox and Speak Percussion’s Eugene Ughetti have collaborated for this rare, immersive performance.
A multi-award winning landscape designer from Melbourne will join the judging panel in an upcoming Sydney garden show.
Nick Bland’s popular children’s book The Very Cranky Bear takes on new life in Patch Theatre’s new production.
Dancers Matt Cornell and Joshua Thomson are preparing to reveal their movement-based investigation into the typical Aussie male.
The first female photographer collected by the NGA, Carol Jerrems' images shaped history, mapped in this survey exhibition.
Architect involvement and NSW design guidelines could be key to ensuring improved apartment living standards across all states.
Tens' finale for Masterchef sends the other networks squealing like vampires at dawn - except for the warm-blooded ABC
Contemporary art cultivators Next Wave have announced the appointment of their new co-CEO.
From the CBD to Collingwood, Melbourne in Design takes the industry into the heart of its leading design trails.
The fun is really on for Ten which won the night, and nearly over for SBS, as le Tour finishes and normal transmission resumes.
Tech enthusiasts will converge on the Powerhouse Museum for a celebration of DIY geek innovation this August.
Josephine Ridge’s second Melbourne Festival program reflects the culture and values of the city in which it's held.
Four Australian productions will feature in this years Dublin Theatre Festival, an international buffet of arts and theatre.
Deborah Zipser, a former Senior Investment Executive at the FFC has been announced as the new General Counsel for IM Global.
Days before an exhibition of his work opens at Watters Gallery, Richard Larter dies in Canberra.
British director great Peter Brook will be showcased in South Australia, with the Australian debut of The Suit.
Considered the foremost Verdi tenor of his age, the Italian opera singer has died aged 90.
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