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Orana Arts in partnership with the Western Plains Cultural Centre and OutBack Arts are pleased to announce the artists’ selected to exhibit at the Regional Art Space in 2009.
Opportunities open for the skills and career development of South Australian independent artists.
On Friday February 6, at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, The Queensland Orchestra will present Jose Carreras in his only performance on the Eastern seaboard, and have given the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland the opportunity to be the beneficiary of this once-in-a-lifetime event.
Screen Australia analysis of the Motion Picture Distribution Association of Australia (MPDAA) 2008 box office results has found that Australian films earned $35.5 million in 2008.
We want 'Mary and Max', the claymation feature from Adam Elliot and Melanie Coombs, to succeed. The team is terrific, the set was enchanting, the industry needs a hit with integrity. So we are watchin
Mary and Max will screen alongside five Australian shorts at the 59th Berlin International Film Festival in February.
The Community Arts Network Western Australia Ltd (CAN WA) is calling for nominations for the CATALYST Community Arts Fund Select ion Panel to assess applications for funding.
With the AIDC now only weeks away, 22 teams are now practicing their 'trust me' expressions and paring down the text on their brochures to face the sources of international support.
Foxtel has picked up nine series from Mentorn International, including: three series of US reality show Work Out; four UK police series: Motorway Cops, Shops, Robbers and Videotape, and Night Cops ser
The second round of the WIFT Media Mentorship for Women Program is now underway, and three new mentorship areas have been introduced: Media Law, Interactive Media and Location Management. Tina Kaufman
Feeling its way as a part of a new organisation (and not the one they thought) the research mavens at Screen Australia have released the annual domestic box office backgrounder.
New Zealand-German copro feature The Strength of Water, from Auckland-based director Armagan Ballantyne, has been selected for the 38th Rotterdam International Film Festival (VPRO Tiger Awards Competi
News Limited and AWARD are pleased to announce applications to News Limited AWARD School will be available online from 16th January 2009.
Australian artist Lynette Wallworth is an exciting addition to the list of Australian filmmakers whose work will be featured at the Sundance Film Festival this week.
Seven West Coast acts perform free concert with City Riots for The 2009 Tunarama Festival.
Aspiring SA screenwriters have a chance to tap into some major talent by registering to attend next month’s inaugural AWG (Australian Writers’ Guild) Screenwriters Fringe 09 – with the event adding a number of new, high-profile screenwriters to its speaker line-up.
Lipsynch, directed by Robert Lepage, is showing as part of the Sydney Festival. Arts Hub Reviewer Boris Kelly says it is impossible to think of a production of the scope, vision and technical artistry of Lipsynch being produced in Australia.
White Hot unites the works of eight internationally renowned Australian glass artists who are at the forefront of glass practice.
Melbourne Recital Centre and MTC Theatre are two stunning new venues that will provide a range of new music and theatre experiences for the people of Victoria.
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