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Helen Pitt tells the extraordinary story of the 20th century's most recognisable building.
Is the increased focus on performers' sex appeal a tacit acknowledgement that classical music can no longer connect with society on its own terms?
With dozens, sometimes hundreds of choices, navigating an arts festival program can be overwhelming. Arts industry figures offer their tips for making the most of the smorgasbord without getting indigestion.
The annual Australian invasion of Edinburgh is about to begin. What attracts them in such numbers? And with over 130 Australian shows to choose from, which should you see?
Andrée Greenwell releases new song collection in response to gendered violence debate.
A short documentary by filmmaker, Vonne Patiag, explores the experiences of actors of colour and how they feel about their physical representation on screen.
How does the lack of a Fringe Festival impact on a city’s cultural ecology: is its absence actually a positive for independent artists?
The overwhelmingly positive response to Hannah Gadsby’s Netflix comedy special Nannette is confirmation that audiences crave stories that are honest and genuine, and which reveal the storyteller’s vulnerability.
These five artists are just the tip of the iceberg.
A recently-launched helpline aims to provide crisis support for people working in all facets of the Australian music industry.
Carriageworks Director, Lisa Havilah says that building long-term relationships with artists, and ensuring they have a purpose, is key to the sustainability of an institution.
In the shadow of Hollywood’s battle with gender inequality, the music industry continues to be dominated by men at nearly all levels.
Set in contemporary Western Sydney, Aanisa Vylet’s play, 'The Girl / The Woman', explores the interior lives of a first generation Muslim woman and her daughter.
Setting the price point for an arts event can often be the death of it. IKEA demonstrate how flipping the model might guarantee greater success. But does this realistically translate to the arts context?
Shop assistants and department stores are rich pickings for comedians. Cabaret performer Zeb Direen uses a transgender character to explore dark issues with a comic touch – and a lot of feathers.
Tasmanian artists are increasingly exploring themes which speak to contemporary life, including the island's history of protest and activism.
'People in power have seen our work and believed in our work and have allowed us to come through. But we still have such a long way to go.’
Recent years have seen rapid growth in the number of winter arts festivals, but is there more to their popularity than just a push to boost tourism in the off-season?
A group of children, with help from The Rabble, examine the complex relationship between loneliness and aloneness in a new immersive production.
The mentors, friends and colleagues who inspire us deserve to be acknowledged – so let’s take a moment to do just that, in this nationwide celebration of our arts heroes.
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