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Screen Queensland has revealed the results of the tender process to replace QPIX.
Despite some losses at Nine and a resurgence at Seven, the big N still held onto victory in the nightly shares.
A new exhibition will showcase collaborative Aboriginal paintings in regional Western Australia.
Phil Noyce's sci-fi vehicle The Giver is not out of the woods in the US and the Australian figures aren't helping.
After a dismal 2013, Arts Centre Melbourne has delivered a dramatic volte-face to come out in profit.
As plans for the 2015 event get under way, new organisations join forces to ensure its continued success.
Ten has dragged The Bachelor up by 85,000. Home and Away climbed by 182,000. A good night for Seven, just taking the lead.
The biennial event Sydney Open returns in November; we take you on a sneak preview of Queen Victoria Building’s glass dome.
Artsource launches new initiative to take seven WA artists to the next level of their careers.
A collection of natural specimen alongside man-made objects will go on sale to support an artist’s charity and legendary museum.
Nine falters and everyone else falls on its nightly share like hyenas with titanium teeth. Except SBS.
A Queensland musician's philanthropy will provide a disabled artist with an opportunity to further their career.
Two sculpture festivals in wine regions just outside Sydney will showcase the latest in contemporary creations.
Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue performed together for 20,000 Days on Earth, but it was left out of the film...
Internationally celebrated Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak comes to SCAF for first Australian solo exhibition.
After 28 years of productive bickering, David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz will soon be off the screen.
A new production of Sleeping Beauty directed by Artistic Director David McAllister features in the touring program.
'Liberty through redemption' returns in Shakespearean play as John Bell's company turns 25.
Nine slid by 3.2% on the national averages, giving Seven and extra 1.7% and victory for the night.
Love and loss are universal themes that Judith Wright theatrically plays out in her first major solo exhibition at QUT.
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