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Along with shining a light on the country’s arts supporters, the winners of this year’s Creative Partnerships Awards signify the importance of strong leadership in philanthropy.
Festival for Indigenous and culturally diverse writers announces its full program.
Training videos are an industry staple. Here is an instructive comparison of different techniques starring a very, very angry cat. And an enema.
WA cultural leaders have welcomed the shelving of a plan to merge the state’s three major cultural institutions.
Children love magic, and Vincent and the Grandest Hotel on Earth abounds in it.
While the UK tears itself to pieces, the BBC argues for a role which illuminates our own Australian dilemmas.
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Mirrah Foulkes' delightfully dark feature film debut gives a feminist twist twist to the squabbling sideshow couple.
A powerful, stylised exploration of grief from Little Dove Theatre Art.
Australian design, teen program at AGSA, State Library of Victoria reopening, Blak LAB, National Portrait Prize and more.
Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize now has a prize pool of $45,000 with the introduction of a new category in 2020 which encourages entries from emerging Indigenous artists.
Like all Aboriginal art centres, Mirndiyan Gununa keeps culture alive on the ground – as well as on the canvas.
How Marilyn Miller uses her artistic practice to lift people up and lead change.
With a spotlight on First Nations issues and guests including Archie Roach, Derek Rielly, Claire G. Coleman and Dr Lou Bennett, the Word For Word Festival in Geelong aims to both challenge and entertain non-fiction fans.
Magabala Books, a unique Indigenous publishing house in remote Western Australia, continues to publish an impressive selection of quality literature.
What better way to celebrate school holidays than some spooky new flicks, and an Aussie number one straight out of the gate?
A captivating look at the Jewish Australian community and how it has pushed cultural and political boundaries.
Winning the Dreaming Award – one of two major Australia Council awards that recognise the achievement of First Nations artists – has transformed Jenna Lee’s life.
Ride Like a Girl was quick out of the gates and clobbered its opposition.
Ghost Sonata is indeed as spooky and gothic as the name suggests but an edgy score puts a strain on the production.
This year a performance was removed from Melbourne Fringe Festival amid cries of cultural appropriation and 'yellowface'. Natasha Jynel offers another perspective.
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