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ARTS JOURNAL: JENIN, West Bank (AP) — Authorities in an impoverished Palestinian refugee camp have shut down a youth orchestra, boarded up its rehearsal studio and banned its conductor from the camp after she took 13 young musicians to perform for Holocaust survivors in Israel, an official said Sunday.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: small and sometimes contentious world of Australian indigenous art just got a whole lot smaller.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: The Sydney Dance Company under Raphael Bonachela is embracing the here and now.
THE AUSTRALIAN: IT IS late on August 6, 1915, and the dipping sun is almost obscured by the sand and the smoke from exploding shells as men of the 1st Australian Infantry Brigade storm the Turkish position known as Lone Pine.
THE AUSTRALIAN: EVERY mainland capital has an exposition of books, films or performances that is called a festival, or a multi-theatre venue called an arts centre. It's as if imagination and daring are left at the threshold when it comes to naming sites of creativity.
THE AUSTRALIAN: SALMAN Rushdie got to the heart of the matter in The Weekend Australian on Saturday morning. How, he asked, did you make "a second version of a first thing ... that is successfully its own, new thing and yet carries with it the essence, the spirit, the soul of the first thing"?
THE AUSTRALIAN: SHE lived large in an age long before the cult of celebrity, but the life of Australia's most famous opera singer, Dame Nellie Melba, spawned a wealth of myth and gossip.
THE AGE: ANZ'S $1 million sponsorship of the Melbourne season of the musical Wicked set an Australian theatrical record but the real value is almost double that when the bank's marketing efforts for the show are included.
THE AGE: The show must go on, even in a recession, and so far the signs are weathering the economic downturn — so far.
THE AGE: Suzy Freeman-Greene puts pen to paper on the endangered art of handwriting.
THE AGE: IT'S 30 minutes after the show and Robyn Nevin admits to feeling "a bit ratty".
THE AGE: IN RELATIONSHIPS of the heart there inevitably arrives a day when it's clear the honeymoon is over.
THE AUSTRALIAN: LUCINDA Williams didn't get where she is today by being happy. Some of her best work during the past 30 years has blossomed from misery, real or imagined.
ASA responds to Productivity Commission interim report on restrictions on parallel importation of books.
Producers Marcus Gillezeau and Ellenor Cox and their collaborators Michael O'Neill and Brad Hayward were last night awarded the International Digital Emmy® Award for Digital Program: Fiction by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for their all-media drama Scorched.
$10,000 Burnie Print Prize goes to Hobart artist Helen Wright.
Douglas Horton to step down as Artistic Director of ChamberMade Opera to pursue new directions.
Painter Dagmar Cyrulla of Kensington has taken out the $3000 major prize for the best exhibit in the 2009 Williamstown Festival Contemporary Art Prize. She was one of 106 artists short-listed to exhibit from a record number of entries received from across Australia.
Legs on the Wall appoints Patrick Nolan as its new Artistic Director.
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