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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.
An aptly titled session, with the panellists themselves Children of the Revolution as experienced in Australia in the 1970's. They examined the challenges of writing entertaining television for 8-12 y
Faced with a row of agency staff, armed with summaries of their programs, all keen to talk about the relationship between each other and the changing role of Screen Australia, our reporter Natasha Phi
Catch a hometown writer from Strictly Ballroom, Romeo + Juliet, and Moulin Rouge. Add the phrase, 'In Love with Shakespeare'. Watch the writers tumble into the room.
Potential Films are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 30 two-for-one passes to see 'Wendy and Lucy' directed by Kelly Reichardt and starring Michelle Williams.
At the National Screenwriters Conference, well known and well respected script developers were asked to assess their craft and share their secrets. Interrogator, psychoanalyst and idiot-wranger all se
ABC Managing Director Mark Scott today announced ABC journalist Eleanor Hall as the winner of the 2009 Donald McDonald ABC Scholarship to the Reuters Institute of Oxford.
Films that change lives - two very different approaches from New York-based Sandi DuBowski and Auckland-based Qiujing Wong. With a few notes about reality, the internet, and the soothing power of a cu
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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