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Love it or loathe it, branded content gets made in Australia, and Seven's David Leckie today confirmed that it would be part of the mix on their new digital multichannels.
A visit to Craft Hatch, the monthly market for student and emerging designers in Melbourne.
Numskull lives and works in Sydney, where he has a long history in the street art community. His work uses pop iconography, wheat pasting and street art styles to convey bold imagery. Numskull experiments with themes like classic film, letter forms, cartoons, comics and humour in his paintings.
'Cash' can best be described as 'Ocean’s 11' meets the hit BBC series 'Hustle',all set in Paris and on the gorgeous Cote d'Azur.
New Yorker Films, the distributor that helped introduce American moviegoers to the works of Bernardo Bertolucci, Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Ousmane Sembène, announced on Monday that it was going out of business after 44 years.
Sydney artist Paul Jackson has been awarded the Packing Room Prize in conjunction with the 2009 Archibald Prize for his portrait of 'Flacco', the comic creation of stage and film actor Paul Livingston.
I grew up with male cousins and was a bit of a tomboy. My mother took me to ballet class so as to "feminize" me a little.
The Washington Ballet was reeling yesterday from the death of one of its Studio Company members, who was hit by a car on Friday after a performance at Harford Community College in Bel Air, Md.
Well over half the exhibition halls in Iraq’s National Museum are closed, darkened and in disrepair. And yet the museum, whose looting in 2003 became a symbol of the chaos that followed the American invasion, officially reopened on Monday.
Screen Australia announced that it would revert its recoupment entitlement in favour of the producer, for all production investments approved by Screen Australia after 1 January 2009.
The market for high art defied the global economic slump last night when bidders in Paris spent more than €210 million at the start of the sale of the sumptuous collection of the late couturier Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, his partner.
In response to the global economic crisis, James R. Houghton, chairman of the board of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, posted a letter on the institution’s Web site on Friday announcing that the Met had decided to close 15 of its satellite shops around the country.
In part, this wave of intellectualism is a reflection of the fact that tourist business is down. This is theater for the hometown audience, which tends to be attracted to more- sophisticated fare. But it’s also simple recession economics.
The two animal heads -- a rabbit and a rat -- were severed from a water fountain at Beijing’s Imperial Summer Palace when British and French troops plundered and burned the palace in October 1860.
Eagle's Nest Theatre have done it again, with a series of four new pieces opening this week at Northcote Town Hall.
The Pet Shop Boys are working on a ballet featuring "electronics and strings" to be staged at Sadler's Wells, Neil Tennant has revealed.
After pulling out of the Dubai literature festival last week, Margaret Atwood is now hoping to take part in a debate on censorship to be hosted at the festival via video link-up.
Police are to guard tonight's Vienna premiere of a controversial stage comedy inspired by the saga of Josef Fritzl, the Austrian man who imprisoned and abused his daughter, after protests and appeals for it to be banned.
Archaeologists believe hundreds more wrecks beneath the eastern Mediterranean may contain treasures, but a new law opening Greece's coastline to scuba diving has experts worried that priceless artifacts could disappear into the hands of treasure hunters.
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