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Getting Cultural Leadership right is one of the most pressing global trends in the arts today. It’s also the theme for the next Communicating the Arts conference, presented in Sydney this November.
A truly multi-disciplinary experience with a focus on supporting new work, Bundanon Trust is calling for applications to its 2020 Artist-in-Residence program
Describing himself as having ‘a passion for pedagogy,’ Professor David Shirley is keen to promote WAAPA on the world stage by promoting the extraordinary training opportunities it offers.
Speakers and participants at the 2019 Creative State Summit will discuss the future of the creative industries and the role of creativity and optimism in our fragmented world.
Celebrating the art of slow development ultimately results in richer stories, says The Street Theatre’s Artistic Director/CEO, Caroline Stacey.
Telling local stories as well as a national narrative, how well does Canberra balance its two sides?
Social, environmental and politically themed art works are provoking and inspiring regional communities across the nation.
Six experienced composers will discuss the art of composition in detail at a three day conference in Armidale in October this year.
Sudden changes to VET FEE-HELP in 2016 have led to new collaboration between Torrens University Australia and Actors Centre Australia.
Performing chamber music requires musicians of the highest calibre – sensitive, intuitive and virtuosic. Omega Ensemble searches Australia to discover these musicians and bring them together on one stage.
From the dynamism of Bangarra and individual artists like Dorothy Gabori, to the large-scale works in festivals and art centres around the country, the world's oldest continual culture may be far older than we previously knew.
Australia’s premiere Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance company celebrates 30 years with an ambitious tour taking in every state and territory – and beyond.
Some of the world’s oldest cultures merge with the latest digital technology to deliver a light festival in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre that welcomes all to embrace language and Country as a shared future.
At WAAPA, students don’t just learn; they perform in an eclectic array of concerts and performances throughout the year, alongside some of the finest artists in the world.
Create NSW’s new toolkit for diversifying streams of income is a clear, practical resource with real examples and real outcomes for raising arts funding
Experience the iconic and tumultuous artistic relationship of the Whiteleys in the latest production from Kim Carpenter’s Theatre of Image, exclusive to Riverside Theatres Parramatta as part of the 2019 Sydney Festival.
A year in as Country Director, ArtsHub speaks with British Council’s Helen Salmon about this year’s wins, and a more understanding future through greater cultural collaboration in 2019.
Set to open in 2019, Western Sydney Performing Arts Centre will feature a flexible proscenium arch theatre capable of hosting between 900-2000 people, and state of the art technical facilities.
WAAPA’s LINK Dance Company is a pre-professional ensemble that offers graduate dancers a unique year of transition from education to career.
From humble beginning as an outdoor circus workshop in Brisbane, Flipside Circus has grown into Queensland’s largest youth arts organisation, and is celebrating its 20th birthday anniversary fundraising gala on 16 November.
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