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Tracking the first decade of the White Rabbit Gallery, THEN is an exhibition that reveals lessons in time.
Keziah Warner’s play shows that the stage, in its analogue austerity, has something to add to sci-fi.
Maria MacDermott’s work plays with interactions between human forms and other organic matter, while another exhibition has four ceramicists exploring the colour blue.
‘Some of my most meaningful mentors have been from entirely unrelated industries,’ says Tina Walsberger, Edinburgh International Festival’s Marketing and Communications Director and speaker at Communicating the Arts in Sydney 12-14 November.
Pascoe's award-winning demolition of colonial myths and documentation of Aboriginal agriculture and land management will be adapted for the screen by Blackfella Films.
It's the perennial question: how do you stay motivated in a job that you love after years? This classic article has tips from industry leaders.
What does a working relationship with filmmakers from the Asia Pacific offer Australian filmmakers? APSA aims to open up the possibilities.
The Screen Music Awards are back and the judges have expert ears so its game on for the clash of the composers.
Dancehouse AD to move on in April, NIDA appoints new CEO, latest Board appointments at Diversity Arts Australia, and more.
What a 60,000 year old concept on kinship is teaching contemporary art.
A Walkley looks good on any documentary maker's mantelpiece even if they have to frock up amongst disreputable strangers.
Musician Cold Ghost celebrates local culture and story in a new project at HOTA.
From an online disability art portal, to a new ACMI x RMIT partnership, Womadelaide's 2020 program, DESIGN Canberra highlights and a major exhibition by Louise Weaver, we take a look at this week's arts news.
The biennial Keir Choreographic Award is dedicated to the commissioning of new choreographic work and promoting innovative, experimental and cross-artform practice in contemporary dance.
Film is the perfect medium to inspire and provoke direct action, says the Environmental Film Festival Australia's Director, Brooke Daly.
The Screen Forever program this year offers the drama of trying to be in two places at once in a packed program.
The Wake in Fright-lite struggles to balance the demands of a genre film with character-driven drama.
Krien’s debut novel explores trauma, reparations, and atonement, in all its psychological and political dimensions.
Two new screen productions – Ramy and Slam – tell stories embracing the complexity of young Arab and Muslim men in the US and Australia.
If our team is any indication the future is all online, from docuseries Rotten to Broad City, Fleabag, Vida, Russian detectives, Fortnite trailers and makeup tutorials.
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