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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.
Regional art doesn’t exist; rather art practice that happens in other places does. It is about excellence and diversity, and Artstate 2020 celebrates the Riverina region in a conference that thinks big.
There’s a big difference between working in the creative industries and making great work, according to writer, actor and MFA student Sophie Davis – a further education can help close the gap.
London artist and technologist Jane Gauntlett will give the keynote at Meeting Place 2020, Arts Access Australia’s forum on Creating Spaces for d/Deaf and disabled artists.
From close collaborations to embracing opportunities, NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts in Cultural Leadership shows new leaders how to embrace risk in this golden age of digital.
One of NIDA’s latest projects invites actors, playwrights, and members of the public to share their love of the theatre through an innovative, character-based project.
Adelaide Guitar Festival will host a series of intimate and innovative video performances from some of Australia’s most talented musicians after its festival was cancelled due to COVID.
The Australia Council's new RE-IGNITE framework aims to assist artists and organisations to open their doors, return to business, and visualise the sector's new future.
Gut Feeling, a multi-award-winning Australian web series, has launched the career of AFTRS alumna Hattie Archibald. She tells us how the journey unfolded.
From live panel talks, video tours and Q&A sessions with alumni, NIDA is inviting future artists to a unique Virtual Open Day experience.
At the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, pivoting to online teaching has presented challenges to which the staff and students have risen with aplomb.
Brimbank City Council has unveiled a bold new arts and culture brand that seeks to engage creatives to work within their diverse communities in Melbourne’s west.
Because they took the plunge, three emerging musicians are $25,000 richer and on the path to success thanks to a mentorship with Powerhouse Museum, Create NSW and Astral People.
Performance collective post and Hong Kong Repertory Theatre have cut up the Western theatrical canon and reassembled it as irreverent, bilingual Frankenstein’s Monster of a production.
Designer Anna Tregloan describes how she has brought Hamlet’s wintry world to the stage for Bell Shakespeare’s 30th anniversary.
Hiring an arts consultant is not a burdensome expense; rather, it can liberate your organisation from the quagmire of a shifting cultural landscape, with fresh vision.
From classical to contemporary, the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts’ 40th anniversary program showcases cutting edge talent from the institute’s students.
Hope and grief simmer at the centre of two extraordinary live works by Indonesian filmmakers premiering at Asia TOPA.
Announcing new dates in September, Parrtjima 2020 is enduring - at once topical and timeless in shareing the stories of our Red Centre through light sculptures, talks and music, which connect culture and landscape.
A three day conference as part of Adelaide Fringe is exploring the future of storytelling through immersive technology, virtual reality and the convergence of theatre, screen production and gaming.
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