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New art museums globally have become platforms for the "starchitect" but these museums opening - or reopening - in 2016 have attractions beyond amazing buildings.
Actor Carol Burns, best known as Franky Doyle in Prisoner, has died of cancer at age 68.
2015 was more than just a budget cut! We give you the year from the top attended exhibitions to the regional gems; from blockbusters to institutional blindspots; the closures and how we rated abroad.
From Perth to Melbourne, and Adelaide to Brisbane, this week's announcements include musicals, exhibitions and classical music.
The founder of Renew Newcastle will head up a ground-breaking social and cultural enterprise.
ScreenWest plays Santa just as the feds turn scrooge. A small but useful win for national diversity.
Artists, writers, musicians and theatre makers have been supported by AusCo to undertake creative activity, research and professional development.
The visionary curator behind the NGV's Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei will take on the position as Artistic Director of ACCA in February 2016.
Having failed to receive AusCo project funding in the September round, the company has shut its doors for good.
As the year wraps up, several important appointments have been announced to reshape the sector in the 2015.
The search for a new artistic director at Circus Oz is over as the visually dynamic and creative Rob Tannion is welcomed into the big top.
Director of Visual Arts for the Australia Council, Julie Lomax will head to the Liverpool Biennale next year.
Westpac, the NSW Government and the Australian Museum have hopped into bed – well the long gallery – to deliver future programming
Galleries, museums and books are the arts sector losers under the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO).
Totaling just shy of $13.6 million, these ten paintings bolstered the art market in 2015, seven breaking the $1 million mark.
With just shy of 20,000 lots offered across 2015, we look at how the artworks faired in auction and the impact of the dropping Aussie dollar.
Adelaide has been declared a UNESCO City of Music and plans are already afoot for collaborations between our three Creative Cities.
Prime Minister praises writers for their contribution to the 'world of imagination' as he announced winners of the Prime Minister's Literary Awards.
Dreams have become plans for Mona's next stage with a reveal of designs, acquisitions and footprints for the future
Moffatt is the first Indigenous artist to present a solo exhibition at the Venice Biennale
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