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Australia's performing arts centres are increasingly focused on sector development and supporting the country's independent artists and the small to medium sector.
Two new works premiering at LGBTI festivals this summer are inviting audiences to challenge conventional notions of masculinity through performance and art.
From orchestral performances and musical theatre to regional companies and opera, here are more of the most intriguing performances and events to put in your diary this year.
The Australian Folklife Centre should have been an early victory in Australia’s culture wars: a moment when the Federal Government made a commitment to protecting the nation’s living culture. So what happened?
From subscription brochures, independent programs and festival guides, we’ve scoured the country for some of the most intriguing performances and events to catch this year.
From classical music to contemporary circus, here are the shows that wowed our reviewers this year.
From political dramas to sudden resignations, and scandals to celebrations, we look back on the events that had the sector talking in 2018.
The decision by Hobart's The Mercury to axe all theatre, dance, and music criticism in its pages has alarmed the city's arts sector.
He bestrides the Australian cultural landscape like a colossus; the iron-clad outlaw whose name is both revered and reviled.
Art is not a luxurious extra, it's a necessity, writes Johanna Knox.
After 10 years as Artistic Director of Expressions Dance Company, Natalie Weir reflects on her time at the company as she prepares to hand over the reins to her successor.
Australia’s cultural sector is in a building boom. A recent SAMAG panel, however, discussed the realities of mounting a redevelopment, asking how important are costly consultants, the need for Master planning and post-build sustainability?
A panel of experts offers five lessons in leveraging your networks and finding alternative funding streams in order to grow sustainability in regional arts.
A diverse range of creative practitioners will use sound, dance, music and film to explore how we can listen to plants, in a touring program which has just landed in Melbourne.
Theatre-maker Steven Mitchell Wright and dancer Ngioka Bunda-Heath discuss their respective decisions to leave Brisbane and embrace Melbourne as their new base of operations.
Whether it’s gongs, mantras, new age music, or a sound bath, there’s a growing awareness of the importance of music and sound in self-healing.
Fight directors coordinate fight scenes in theatre, and choreographers assist with movement sequences. Why shouldn't sex scenes also be carefully blocked and defined?
Jonathan Jones’ Artstate keynote talk offered fresh pathways forward in our complex colonial conversation.
Fresh from a gruelling national tour of Prize Fighter, theatre-maker and physiotherapist Margi Brown Ash discusses the importance of ‘selves-care’ – collective self-care among an ensemble.
Creatively highlighting environmental issues, composer and ecologist Naima Fine shares how she created sound art out of climate change data.
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