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Greg Smith (Myrmidon Enterprises) on Tuesday issued a defamation writ against Tony Brisciani, Administrator of the website ZGeek. The users of ZGeek have responded by soliciting donations online for
Happiness is public, disappointment leaves you seething in a small production office. Fortunately, we don't know in this preliminary round who didn't score but should have. Here is the list of nominee
MEAA has mailed its strike ballot to members today. The vote closes on Thursday July 23.
No charges, no explanation, no contact - and now in jail for eighteen days. The Iranian Documentary Filmmakers Association continues to protest. And there is evidence of a forced confession on Iranian
The Walkley Awards have announced the new categories and rules after a review. The tough old bus of Australian journalism has hung a right and trundled onto the Infobahn.
Jackie O’Sullivan is to replace Caroline Pitcher as CEO of Ausfilm, which promotes Australia as a production destination.
OPEN CHANNEL would like to congratulate the winner of the 2009 Short
& Sharp Pitching Competition.
Only one week to go of Masterchef for the year, then Ten will have to cook up something else.
The Queensland Government will invest more than $227 million in the state’s arts sector in 2009–10.
In this production of 'Carousel' - playing at the Warrandyte High School Theatre - the voices of Esther Counsel and Gerard Schneider in the leads as Julie Jordan and Billy Bigelow were well cast, carrying the sometimes difficult vocal lines well.
The ABC switched on three new music digital radio stations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
Arts Victoria’s 09-10 funding programs open for applications.
The Creative Sparks grant is an initiative of Brisbane City Council and the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
Record-breaking crowds flocked to the 13th annual Alice Springs Beanie Festival, held over June 26 – 29 at the Araluen Arts Centre; and organisers have hailed the event as an outstanding success.
World-renowned sculptor and engineer Theo Jansen joins a host of leading artists, performers and thinkers to celebrate the bicentenary of Charles Darwin in Shrewsbury’s inaugural Shift Time festival.
Australian National Academy of Music – 2009 'Piano!' Festival
The search is on for bloggers, photographers and video artists.
Internationally renowned pianist, Leslie Howard, returns to Australia for the Queensland Music Festival, performing a recital of works by Liszt, Beethoven and other romantic composers at Concert Hall, QPAC on Friday 24 July.
NITV presents 'Culture Warriors', a nine part series demonstrating the incredible range of contemporary Indigenous art practices and the world-renowned artists that create them, in an exclusive premiere on Sunday 12 July @ 7.30pm.
The Minister for the Arts, the Hon Peter Garrett AM, has announced that funding for 8 projects totalling $73,805 will go to regional, rural and remote communities across Victoria through the Regional Arts Fund.
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