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New Australian auction record, resource on tricky topics for kids, new digital storytelling platform, motorcycle blockbuster for Brisbane, season launches for Vic Opera, Omega Ensemble and others, plus plenty of artist opportunities.
This outstanding play by Angela Murphy welcomes back live theatre performances in Cairns.
Our online conference will make sense of 2020 and think through the arts as an essential part of the ‘new normal’. With guests from across Australia we look at funding, culturally safe spaces, and digital as a way to expand access.
After such long confinement His Majesty's grand old theatre opens its doors once again.
The original Maestro 10 Concert by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) in 2020 had been scheduled for this weekend.
Aurélien Scannella celebrates eight years as Artistic Director of the West Australian Ballet company.
Arts organisations often forget to innovate, argues La Boite's Zohar Spatz, but they must if we're to achieve true equity in the sector.
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Public sculpture for hope, The National's 2021 artists revealed, auctions hit new records, Inclusive Film Festival, Pinchgut, Griffin, QSO, and Brandenburg all reveal 2021 programs, plus more arts news and opportunities.
A new study conducted by Flinders University and UNSW demonstrates that our assumptions about a genre of music can have an effect on our emotional response before any actual music is heard.
Growing up, Ruru Zhu didn’t know her love of the visual arts could lead to ‘creating worlds’ as a production designer for film, tv and theatre.
Theatre has so much more to offer than economic benefits, argues Professor Julian Meyrick.
$50M towards Adelaide's Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre, $2.3 million for country theatres, and a purpose-built storage facility for the state’s major cultural institutions are among the budget highlights.
From Melbourne venues reopening to mentorship opportunities, a report on NT women in music, Opera Australia returning to Uluru, and Sydney Festival unveiling its program – it's another big week of arts news.
With unemployment at an all time high curing COVID, these creatives devised new business plans so they could keep arts workers employed and donate money to the charities which helped support them.
Peak orgs are the glue holding a broken sector together and offer advocacy and initiatives for change as we emerge into the world post-COVID.
A summer season of outdoor events, including a new festival at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, will help the state’s creative industries get back on their feet and reconnect with audiences.
All principal roles in the production will be played by musical theatre performers from Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand.
As we move towards greater gender and race inclusivity at work and in the arts, the representation of disability should not be left behind.
Opera Australia returns to the stage, Adelaide North Terrace one-day music festival, Freda's closing, state theatre companies launch 2021 seasons, talks and project opportunities, plus more arts news.
From a Deadly Denium Workshop to painted car bonnets, weaving workshops to Indigenous Dance Awards, streamed music, markets, and dawn beach smokings - this is the quintessential NAIDOC list to keep you connected.
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