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Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 Results : Newtown Theatre Week 2, Seymour Centre Week 1 and Wildcards 1
A line-up of leading international designers and thinkers is assembling for Australia’s foremost architecture conference in April.
SING IN HARMONY - for men with a yen to sing in a choir,
sing with a talented group of singers, sing a wide range of musical styles, sing in quality public performances, sing in four-part harmony.
Tashmadada and fortyfivedownstairs announce the program for the inaugural Searchlight Festival
4 – 7 February 2009.
Screen Tasmania announces an exciting opportunity for a Tasmanian writer to participate in the Arista and NTFO script development initiative – Ignite.
MELBOURNE, Friday, 23 January 2009 – Madman titles MAN ON WIRE, WALTZ WITH BASHIR and DEPARTURES have each received prestigious nominations at the 81st Academy Awards® Nominees announcement ceremony- held on Thursday, 22nd January (Pacific Standard Time), at a conference attended by over 400 international media and broadcast live via the internet.
Black Swan State Theatre Company is pleased to announce the appointment of experienced arts manager Shane Colquhoun as its new General Manger. Shane will take up his new position on 3 March 2009.
Greenpeace is an independent campaigning organisation that uses nonviolent direct action to expose global environmental problems and to force solutions which are essential to a green and peaceful future.
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 National Geographic Society has launched a record label, Nat Geo Music. The label will record, release and promote modern music from around the world. Shock Records in Australia & New Zealand.
The Asia Pacific management team of Vividas Group has bought 100% of Vividas Technologies and Vividas from the administrators of the UK-based parent company.
His novel The Secret Scripture has its prize, in the form of the £25,000 Costa book of the year award — but only by the very skin of its teeth.
John Updike, the prolific writer who was an enduring presence in post-war literature and a chronicler of the loves and losses of small-town America, has died of lung cancer aged 76.
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