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'Bright Star' and 'Samson & Delilah' will screen in Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival for 2009.
THE AGE: Sydney girl Micky Green is singing her way to the the top of France's pop charts
THE AGE: WHERE do they find the people that mastermind shows like Seven's Find My Family? Did they once spend a cheeky stint in Guantanamo Bay playing at human pyramids with a handful of co-operative subjects?
THE AGE: Within John Brack's iconic imagery are layers of meaning often overlooked in his lifetime.
THE AGE: HELEN Kerr-Lawley has a voice that could rouse the most inattentive of students in her maths and science classes.
In our age of instant digital access and an ever diminishing half-life for information there is danger in the fact that it has been more than 20 years since the only other retrospective of the work of John Brack – arguably amongst the handful of great Australian painters from the second half of the 20th Century.
Simon Baker, Chairman of ArtsHub Holdings, has appointed Lisa Watts as CEO of ArtsHub, Australia’s leading website for the creative and arts industries.
Artists On The Move is designed as a series of one-day exhibitions roving around Melbourne, creating flexible and affordable exhibition spaces, as well as the opportunity for artists to reach new and varied clientele.
Expressions of Interest are now invited for The Ian Potter Music Commission Fellowships, Australia’s largest and most prestigious award for the composition of new Australian music.
The Sydney Theatre Company has released the judges’ shortlist of six plays in the running for the prestigious 2008 Patrick White Playwrights’ Award.
Arts Minister Peter Garrett has announced the appointment of three new members to the Artbank advisory board for a term of three years.
Thousands of virtual bees have been released into Second Life as part of an exciting new artwork developed with support from the Australia Council for the Arts.
Arts organisations and their business partners have until 15 May to nominate for the 2009 AbaF Awards.
The Helpmann Academy for the Visual & Performing Arts have announced its most recent grant round. Over $51,000 has been awarded to twenty-five separate projects proposed by emerging artists from a wide range of creative disciplines.
The Victoria Government’s Minister for the Arts, Lynne Kosky, has announced $50,000 in funding will be made available for an Arts Recovery Quick Response Grants program for communities affected by the recent Victorian bushfires.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Scared Weird Little Guys' topical humour and sharp barbs aimed at each other are great fun while listening to them strumming and singing through their funny little ditties.
The Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences believe Australia will gain new economic growth and stronger community life as a result of the decision to make creative arts part of the national school curriculum.
Dweezil Zappa looks and speaks more like a physics tutor than a rock star. But at a Zappa plays Zappa at the Palais Theatre show he stands spot-lit and centre-stage, indulges in a little between song banter and occasionally seems to vanish into the moment like a teenager by the stereo in a purple-painted, poster-clad bedroom.
If you had opinions about the Bill Henson case (and who didn’t), you may be interested in community consultations being conducted round the country that very much affect artists and censorship.
This year’s New09 exhibition is a radical departure from New08 and in viewing the works it is important to remember that there are actually nine talents on show – eight outstanding young(ish) artists and curator Charlotte Day, who’s determined and refined aesthetic lies at the core of this subtle but electrifying event.
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