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Sydney Festival, Gate Theatre and Sydney Theatre Company have announced a special afternoon of readings paying tribute to the great playwright, essayist and poet Harold Pinter, who passed away on Christmas Eve 2008.
A PERTH library has agreed to display a photo of two toddlers at play after deciding it had been overly cautious about a post-Henson community backlash.
DAWN Upshaw's last tour of Australia ended after the first performance.
A play about the Bill Henson controversy has been given the green light for a Sydney season just weeks after Melbourne's Arts Centre dropped it from a drama competition on the grounds it may defame the artist.
Adelaide Festival Centre's CEO and Artistic Director, Douglas Gautier has announced FOXTEL would be the principal partner for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival in 2009.
See the Fracture Gallery transformed into a delicate spider web as acclaimed London artist, Shane Waltener weaves his magic to create, Another World Wide Web to launch the gallery’s 2009 exhibition program.
The board of Western Sydney Dance Action has appointed Olivia Ansell as their new director.
Arts OutWest Inc, the regional arts board of Central West NSW, has appointed Ms Tracey Callinan as its new Executive Officer.
The Chair of the Australian Major Performing Arts Group, Mr Derek Young, today announced the appointment of Sue Donnelly as the new Executive Director of AMPAG.
The Northern Territory Film Office (NTFO) reminds Territorians they have just over a week to contribute responses to recommended activities of the NTFO.
I was expecting more from I Was A Teenage Dirty Old Man by Eric Kuhlmann. The premise of the show sounded right up my alley – psychosis, homosexuality, sex in public places, social commentary on politics and the mental health system.
Here’s the thing: chances are you are never again going to see another film even remotely similar to You the Living.
American cinema revels in the comeback storys from the Rocky films through The Natural and more recently Cinderella Man, the celluloid history of Hollywood is struck through with a belief that anyone can make it big, fail, and be resurrected like a modern-day Lazarus.
Since its beginning at El Teatro on the 1st of March, 2008, Slam Alikom has contributed to the development of Slam in Tunis and Tunisia.
Two people died when a walk-through inflatable artwork broke free from its moorings because of the creator's gross negligence, a court heard today.
Few writers are more acclaimed right now than the Chilean novelist Roberto Bolaño, who died of an unspecified liver ailment in 2003, at the age of 50.
The BBC is to put every one of the 200,000 oil paintings in public ownership in the UK on the internet as well as opening up the Arts Council's vast film archive online as part of a range of initiatives that it has pledged will give it a "deeper commitment to arts and music".
Costly state incentives to lure film production and jobs may actually be paying off, at least in New York.
Meanwhile, there is one segment of the industry that is actually flourishing: capitalizing on the dream of would-be authors to see their work between covers, companies that charge writers and photographers to publish are growing rapidly at a time when many mainstream publishers are losing ground.
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