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'From what I’ve seen even in the short time I’ve been here, the signs that we have turned a corner are more than encouraging.' Titled 'To be, or not to be? What’s the question?' Ru
Arts Minister Rod Welford tonight launched the Queensland Design Strategy 2020, an 11-year plan to establish the state as the Asia-Pacific’s centre for design excellence.
Minister for Arts and Heritage, Jon Stanhope, today released the draft Theatre in the ACT Strategic Directions Statement for public consultation. The Statement will provide a framework to assist the ACT Government in its support and development of the ACT theatre sector.
Up-and-coming Australian teenage rock band Short Stack can’t believe their rise to fame.
THE makers of a new Australian film about guns and gangs in Sydney's west are devastated that it has been pulled from Greater Union cinema screens on the grounds that some members of the audience turned violent.
A $100,000 Tom Roberts painting has been stolen from a home in Canberra.
WHAT do you get when you lock a group of leading Australian artists away for the night behind the bars of Taronga Zoo with lions, tigers and elephants?
AUCTION rooms have known for several years that Ron Coles was trading fakes - and one disgruntled client has a letter to prove it.
FORGERIES of at least four Australian masters have allegedly been uncovered in what experts say could be the largest case of art fraud in the nation's history.
'HAVE you ever felt weightless?" Andrew Rogers asks me. Not, I want to tell him, when I'm carrying a copy of his book Geoglyphs, rhythms of life, which charts the 10 years he has spent building 32 pieces of land art in 12 sites, from Chile to China, using everything from bird droppings to 23-carat gold.
EVITA Puccio has a portrait of her two kittens on display at home, but you wouldn't guess by looking at it.
Joanna Murray-Smith's The Female of the Species is a contender for best new comedy in London's top theatre awards, the Oliviers.
Two students from The University of Sydney, Australia$$s$$ Lynn Smith and Joshua Heath, have been successfully shortlisted for the 2009 Sony World Photography Awards Student Initiative which is announced today, Tuesday 3rd March.
Business volunteers have contributed $5 million in skills and time to the arts through adviceBank and boardBank, skilled volunteering programs run by the Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF).
A truckie who lost his house in the Victorian bushfires$$s$$ a schoolgirl who has spent many years travelling in the cabin of her dad’s truck$$s$$ a long haul driver who with his wife delivered furniture from one end of Queensland to the other...
The Adelaide Fringe and the Helpmann Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts have teamed up to present UpstART 2009, a unique program that pairs up emerging artists with established industry performers to develop and present a three-night series of shows during this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Written by Mark O’Connor and performed entirely by David Malikoff, this performance explores the realities of nature versus multinational big business.
This is Coppin’s first time at the Adelaide Fringe and straight from the start, from the first kick off (soccer talk) this smart, quick witted “Gobby” from the UK, certainly captured the audience’s attention.
'A Company of Strangers' is a cabaret that is showing in The Spiegeltent, which is a beautiful venue$$s$$ intimate, but with a wonderful old world feel.
Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. 'Love Me Know More' (Deux jours a tuer) certainly lives up to this saying.
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