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Burnout is less about time, and more about how you manage your sleep, what you eat and simply, your equilibrium – essentially the fuel that keeps you pumping.
Indigenous voices are finally being acknowledged as important voices in Australian galleries and museums.
A survey of 2,208 arts and cultural organisations across Australia has revealed that private sector support for the arts is on the rise.
The amiable mates follow their reliable recipe for spontaneous comedy.
Embracing curation as activism, this exhibition invites both artists and viewers to disrupt the ‘master’ narrative of Western art.
Shivanjani Lal receives 2019 Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship, Deborah Cheetham AO wins $60,000 Melbourne Prize for Music 2019, applications open for the 2020 Kat Muscat Fellowship, plus more arts news.
UNSW Art and Design’s revamped Design degree prepares students to be innovative thinkers, makers and entrepreneurs.
This week at the Aussie box office we receive an object lesson in the disparity between commercial success and critical acclaim.
Streaming contracts seem to be turning nasty, and composers are feeling the pressure internationally. Here is Caitlin Yeo, president of the Screen Composers' Guild.
Australia has not one but two awards systems to judge films from the Asia-Pacific region, from both APSA and AACTA. How do they line up?
As the sharks of Netflix and Disney+ circle, the Good Ship Aunty manages to repel boarders and somehow find new islands of audience, according to MD David Anderson.
A good grabby story is the common essential, but details are different when you're developing locally or internationally.
The talent, rigour and creativity of NIDA’s Master, Bachelor of Fine Arts and Vocational Diploma students are displayed in this exhibition showcase.
A charming, interactive and educational production that’s suitable for all ages.
A strong piece of theatre drawn from the stories of real Australian women.
A Symphonic Universe brings together rockstar physicist Brian Cox with music that evokes the stars.
This one-woman show has humour, great design and a killer concept for examining personal and political issues, but it doesn’t quite hit the mark.
The Museum of Australian Democracy’s new permanent exhibition looks at how we all have a role to play in supporting fair and fearless reporting.
Assembling an entire subscription season in just three months was the first of several challenges actor-turned-Artistic Director Mitchell Butel faced in his new role.
From inhabiting dialects to teaching actors to croak like a pelican, Charmian Gradwell's job as STC's Voice, Text and Dialect Coach is a fascinating one.
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