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International interest is high as the largest collection of snuff bottles in Australia goes under the hammer this weekend.
Arts Party leader and independent candidate PJ Collins is campaigning for improvements to art education ahead of the NSW election.
From east to west, we round up the latest arts program announcements.
Can viewing an exhibition in the buff strip away self-consciousness and allow us to better connect to an art piece?
Formerly with MGM, strategist Tad Smith will take over as CEO of Sotheby's in New York and looks to greater shareholder value.
The Sydney Film Festival is refining its membership offers for 2015, going back to the past and building new shiny offers for the future at the same time.
A major performing arts appointment has been announced.
Architecture, Ballet, Performing Arts and Printmaking are all saluted this week with award announcements.
Work will start later this year on increasing access points, technical upgrades, and better integrating the Centre with its riverbank location.
The latest program and exhibition announcements from around the nation.
Vernissage bought sales and sensation to the Hong Kong art fairs, with several Oz galleries catching the eye of the Asian market.
Subscription TV goes tux and tiara for the annual awards, this time celebrating its twentieth anniversary.
The inaugural Concert for the Planet links environmental concerns with strategies to develop audiences online.
With tighter funding and increasing pressure to focus on audience participation, how can new curatorial models engage artists and audiences?
Thursday: ABC brings the real Australia, gets a bit of approval
In what may be a test case for NSW Entertainment Industry Act, a Sydney actors' agency has gone broke leaving actors thousands of dollars out of pocket.
New developments bolster the AGNSWs Art and Dementia program, ensuring greater research and more access to events.
A new fine art elective aims to broaden the art-making experience for students and engage the community with street art.
From new grants to prizes and awards, ArtsHub compiles this week's opportunities to get money.
From Australians at Venice, to top glass artists, short story writers to the Stella Prize shortlist, Queensland thespians and youth who excel, it's a full week of leaders.
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