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As Foxtel rolls out its iQ recorders, audiences seem to disappear as they timeshift away from the point of transmission. Tormented by the accuracy of other systems on the net and mobile phones, Foxtel
ERIC Bana must have known Jeremy Clarkson would be blunt, but even he looks crestfallen.
Beyond the Queen Vic, Melbourne is home to many treasured food markets. Four novelists write about their magic.
Sydney is about to see why the opera world loves Michele Losier, writes Bryce Hallett.
Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer's blog has revealed tons of Tasmanian fans
What a blast it will be! The Oils are getting together again, if only briefly. Two shows at the National Convention Centre, before a final reunion at the Sound Relief aid concert: all in aid of those affected by the devastation of the bushfires.
THE ABORIGINAL custodians of Bundaleer Forest are to perform for the first time at the Bundaleer Forest Weekend this month.
A painting of legendary horse trainer Bart Cummings has won the 16th annual Bald Archy portrait prize.
Sydney-based artist Ben Quilty is the winner of the 2009 $150,000 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize.
Art of Difference, Australia’s premier international Deaf and disability arts event, will be running from Tuesday 10 to Saturday 21 March 2009.
Imagine an artwork creation with so many variations that humanity’s collective lifetime would not be enough to see even one-percent of one-percent of them.
A unique collective of sound and movement artists with varying abilities, an experimental music ensemble and a thriving community arts centre in the west of Melbourne, recently presented an extraordinary hybrid performance piece.
Supported by the NSW Film and Television Office [NSW FTO] and run by Metro Screen this mentorship is open to all Indigenous and Torres Straight Islander screenmakers.
The Helpmann Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts has augmented its Ashington Mentorship Scheme with the introduction of a new professional placement mentorship$$s$$ The Australian Ballet Costume Mentorship 2009.
'Selling Yarns 2: Innovation for sustainability', a conference and workshop program exploring contemporary Indigenous craft and design practice, will be held at the National Museum of Australia from Friday 6 to Sunday 8 March, 2009.
Territory based director Warwick Thornton’s feature film 'Samson & Delilah' has won the 2009 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival Audience Award for Best Feature Film.
Designed as a strategic support mechanism for companies actively exploiting growth opportunities, CirceFilms will use the Screen Business Venture Program to support the setting up of their new division for branded digital content.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Chopper’s F*ckin Bingo Starring Heath Franklin is currently showing at the plush red and gold drapes of the old Royalty Theatre in the heart of the city, which is an incongruous backdrop to the ancient, time-honoured tradition of bingo, especially given this particular show’s extravagant props – a keyboard, a couple of red buckets and a bong (make that a petrol ca
Due to this year’s later than usual announcement calling for entries for the 42nd Annual AWGIE Awards, the deadline has been extended by a week and will now close on Friday 13 March at 5:00pm.
Perth International Arts Festival's A Flowering Tree is a mesmeric melding of story, voice and visual artistry.
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