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Hailed as the most ambitious American play of our time, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America – Part One: Millennium Approaches is a magnificent celebration of survival.
Year 12 AIM High student Danielle Meng selected as lead singer for parade just two years after starting singing.
The Atlab Group has now been rebranded as Deluxe, and 'integration with divisions around the world is now complete'.
The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft has secured the conviction of Leslie Flood on copyright offences. The 43 year-old was caught with 5,000 illegally copied movies and television shows,
Deckchair is pleased to announce the appointment of Gayle Cargill as General Manager from February 2009.
Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Birth of the bard Robbie Burns!
The State Government is calling for applications for funding of significant arts and cultural events in Western Australia in 2009.
Australia Council support will help five contemporary music managers break into international markets.
AFTRS Director of Radio Steve Ahern will leave the Australian Film Television and Radio School this month after 11 years with the organisation.
Dan Clancey’s surprising and hilarious Permanently Engaged was the Judge’s Choice as the winner of Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 Week 0 at Newtown Theatre and becomes the first play to be invited to participate in the Gala Final of Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 at the Seymour centre on February 20th and 21st.
The cream of South Australia's queer artists are set to converge on Melbourne this month as part of Midsumma - Victoria's premiere queer arts and cultural festival.
The LifeStyle Channel (owned by pay operator XYZ Networks) has commissioned Bill's Holiday, a seven-part culinary series with celebrity chef Bill Granger, which it will premiere on February 12. The s
Flickerfest – Australia’s premier international short film festival – will launch its 18th annual festival at the much-anticipated, star-studded Opening Night & After Party at Bondi Pavilion on Friday
A unique event is underway at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, where knitters are invited to join artist Lada Dedić for an informal, fun day of knitting and sharing, inspired by the current exhibitions, The Alice Springs Beanie Festival and knit one, purl one, knit one.
The new performing arts venue in Northbridge will be called the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia, to be generally known as the State Theatre Centre.
The ACT Arts Fund is one of the main ways the ACT Government provides direct support to the arts.
The Northern Territory Government is calling for applications for the inaugural Bob Plasto Screen Fellowship.
Atonement Tonight Anny Slater’s hilarious comedy about the 2006 Australian Wheat Board scandal is a Judge’s Choice finalist at the Sydney Festival “Get Animated” competition chosen from a field of 80 submissions.
Western Australian artist Shane Pickett has won the final category of Australia’s richest Indigenous contemporary art awards, picking up the People’s Choice Award in the inaugural Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards 2008.
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